This is just a poster idea; a way of saying thanks to Lauren Faust and Studio B for making the series for two years. Also decided to do this because Lauren has left DHX and I decided to commemorate her in this picture. And to be honest, I don't know how long this took me. I started in August, but to which date remains a mystery. Oh and that city in the background, well, it's the Vancouver Skyline. It's just a quick setup!
Things to keep in mind: - The screens say "clop", but this definition is "clapping". - I originally wanted the entire background to be the DHX studio. I still have the Vancouver backdrop, however. - Maryke Hendrikse and Trevor Devall are the only non-ponies in this picture. - Lyra has fingers. Big shout out to Nayuki for designing the posters. - ~omgwtflols and I helped designed Tim Stuby's OC. - I regretted adding Michelle's Apple Bloom hat. - Merriwether Williams is secretly Finn the Human. - AKR is now an unofficial alicorn, unless vetoed by a certain writer, or anyone else. - I am never adding blimp Twilight wings. - I also wanted to substitute the crowded silhouettes for any famous Bronies / Pegasisters, but I didn't. And I don't plan on doing it.
DISCLAIMER: Some of the crew members are left out out of the picture, but we still love them. These characters are not offensive by any way, shape, or type. Some of these characters and/or cutie marks may be outdated, customed, or redesigned. And I am sorry.
All vectors and cast and crew designs are copyrighted to their original creators. The cast and crew are copyrighted to themselves. My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is copyrighted to Hasbro and Lauren Faust.
After one month and a broken tablet, Lauren Faust is finished in all her glory!! This is a prime example of sacrificing posing and background in favor of caking on as much detail as humanly possible! Sadly due to the size of this image I had to scale it down a tad, though I don't think that it has affected the overall detail too badly.
Hope you like it, comments and critique are appreciated greatly