Continuining with the "Ponies in the Wild West" comission theme that Fernindt asked me to do, here we have Twilight Sparkle as a, and I am citing verbatim, "Missionary for the Church of the Sun". It has nothing to do with religion nor faith, but more about how missionaries back then taught people how to read and spread their interest in books (even if it was just one). I personally saw her as a doctor, but comissioner rules, and in the end his idea was more related to books than mine. We could have drawn her as a book keeper, though I don't really remember many book keepers back in Old West times.
I like her glasses though. She looks more bookish than usual. Also, I hope you guys can tell the irony of the picture.
Art by James Corck. Concept by Fernindt. Twilight Sparkle comes from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and belongs to Hasbro.
Last one of his Wild West comissions which I greatly enjoyed drawing. For the last one, Fernindt and I went back and forth a couple of times. His ideas was much better than mine (Trixie as a Can-Can girl, though saucy it doesn't fit her showmare image), so here you have an old timey poster of Trixie selling her multifunctional snake oil, perfect to cure every single ailment that might affect you. It can also make you strong as a minotaur, and fast as a bullet. That is, if you don't die from food poisoning or something worse after drinking it. Seriously, did snake oil ever worked on people, or was it all just a massive placebo? Tell me in the comments, I'd love to know!
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Art by James Corck. Concept by Fernindt. The Great and Powerful Trixie comes from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and belongs to Hasbro.
I sort of ran out of inspiration last night, so I put the episodes on shuffle and drew the first pony I saw. <3 I also clearly have no idea how to paint, but that's fine. It means I have a lot to look forward to as I improve
I may or may not have taken the title from that awesome song by PinkiePieSwear.
A beautiful picture, painted in SAI in about two hours, of Fluttershy. I think it turned out rather well, though I could do better if I weren't so lazy. The watermark is there because this was a commission by a friend of mine that doesn't have a dA.
He suggested to draw Rainbow Dash either as a cavalry soldier, or a native american with war paint and feathers. After how she acted in "Over a Barrell", I didn't see no reason to draw her as anything else but "Dances with Turtles". Silly Dash forgetting your element of harmony every once in a while. You should write it on your hoof next to that grafite wrist watch you had in "Party of One".
Okay, okay, I'll stop messing with her. I love Dash, you know that. She is an awesome pony, and she has a very special place in my heart. Along with Rarity and Twiley, she is my favorite of the Mane Six. But you have to admit, sometimes she does act like an idiot. I wonder what did she do in this picture this time. I'm pretty sure something that will cause the destruction of something due to poor decisions and even poorer execution. I enjoyed doing the war pain on her body. I originally was going to give her a Tomahawk hanging from her waist, but I ended up changing my mind half way through the process. I wonder if that was a good idea or not. You guys let me know in the comments.
Art by James Corck. Concept by Fernindt. Rainbow Dash comes from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and belongs to Hasbro.