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Finally. Vectors of all ponyscopes from this app [link] Looks like it's gone now :icontwilightshrugplz:. Designs fully belong to The HUB.

Made with Ponyscape v. 0.3 by :iconflutterguy317: (more information in :iconponyscape-vectors:). These power strokes are really awesome (even though they're all buggy and can crash program, I've lost my progress 2 times from this) and much better than pseudo-strokes.

Archive contains all signs separately in high-res (6k px on 1 side) and .svg.

.svg only:[link]

Tell me if you find any stupid error.

Now go make something better with them.

Wallpapers:
by :iconmorningstar-1337:
by :iconsuperdimentiobros:
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New and improved!

All of the color guides are getting a revamp. The guides are all now two pages, one for digital applications (such as vectors, painting in Photoshop, 3D modeling, etc) and the other for print applications (customs, merch, T-shirts, et cetera). The PNG preview for the digital guide should be OK to use as well, so the PDF is optional.

If you use Google Chrome or Safari, they will attempt to open the file in-line with Google Docs PDF viewer. DO NOT EYEDROP THOSE COLORS. SAVE THE PDF FILE. The Google Docs viewer displays in a very low bit depth that results in dithering of the colors. Until Deviantart gives me a way to disable this, you should use the download file link to view the guide!

They are also now more space efficient, and will be able to scale better with ponies that have more colors than normal.

The Digital guides aim to be as close to the show as possible, while the print guides aim to be as close to official merch as possible. When there's no merch of that pony (e.g. background ponies) then the print colors will be based on my conversions which will aim to reproduce the show without looking too weird or have obvious gamut problems.

It is safe to eyedrop the digital colors or use the hex/RGB codes - the swatches should match up just fine. Just make sure you're working in sRGB color mode.

For the merch guides, the spot colors are rendered using CMYK alternate color space. This is based on my own examinations of the merch boxes, where the spot colors are simulated straight to process anyway.

A note about Lyra: As one of the background ponies, her colors were designed primarily with TV in mind. Her normal colors are generally unprintable in standard four color process gamuts. You might make out better with eight-color printers (e.g. the newer Epson wide formats) but since I haven't tested that, I can't tell you for certain. You've been warned.

The vector image used in this guide was provided by :iconmoongazeponies:
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DILeak is proud to present the front, three-quarters, and profile flash puppet rigs for Derpy derived from the official puppets being used for Zachary Rich's next pony animation - Double Rainboom!

You can download the .FLA in CS5.0 format by clicking the download button to the right of the picture.


v1.0 ► (February 8, 2013) Final release - front, 3Q, & profile views fully nested with mouths, eyelids, cheeks, ears, and other general body parts.


CREDITS
• Zachary Rich (assets, rigging)
• Aaron Lavarnway (assets)
• Kurt Smith (assets, rigging) [link]
• Michelle LaPalme (assets)
• Rachel McWhirter (assets) [link]
• Christer Jensen (assets)
• Travis Tessmer (assets)
• Sean Simon (assets)
• Eric Kurzmack (assets)

OTHER PUPPETS
[link] -Rainbow Dash
[link] -Twilight Sparkle
[link] -Rarity
[link] -Applejack
[link] -Pinkie Pie
[link] -Fluttershy
[link] -Octavia
[link] -Vinyl scratch
[link] -Berry Punch
[link] -Bon-Bon
[link] -Colgate
[link] -Derpy
[link] -Lyra
[link] -Spitfire (DILeak)
[link] -Spitfire (Jordo76)
[link] -Trixie
[link] -Filly Mane 6
[link] -Daring Do
[link] -Photo Finish

• MLPFiM Original characters created by Lauren Faust & DHX Media • MLPFiM © Hasbro Inc. • Double Rainboom is no way designed to infringe upon the rights of Hasbro and DHX Media. It is, completely and utterly, a fan-made concept and intended for free distribution for the promotion of My Little Pony.
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I felt like trying to make a tutorial, so here you go. :<

Part 1

Useful links :

:bulletblue: MLP-VectorClub quality guide : darcowalways.deviantart.com/ar…
:bulletblue: :iconmisteraibo:'s tutorials : misteraibo.deviantart.com/gall…
:bulletblue: :iconzutheskunk:'s Unicorn glow tutorial : zutheskunk.deviantart.com/art/…

:bulletblue: Color guide : i6.minus.com/iurGZ8Q9WHQVp.png

:bulletblue: Cutie marks' gallery : mlp-vectorclub.deviantart.com/…
Yes I didn't mention it in the tutorial, but I prefer using the MLP-VectorClub's cutie marks (well except in this example 'cause the cutie mark was really well drawn) rather than tracing the sketch. It's both faster and more accurate.

:bulletblue: Thanks :icontheholytuna: for that tip on the eyelash part. :)

:bulletblue: Gradient and clipping video complement
:bulletblue: Taper video complement
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I feel like people don't give enough attention to Rarity, so enjoy this vector from "Sweet and Elite".

Edited: Added shading to back hooves and neck piece
Edited: Fixed incorrect hair colour, added shading for dress tie and eyelashes
Edited: Added lighting to outfit

SVG file here: [link]
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So you can make your own.
You'll need Photoshop.

    1. Download the .psd file from the button on the right.
    2. Open it with Photoshop.
    3. Click on Photoshop's menu the "window" tab, and then check "animation" (or timeline, depending on your version).
    4. There you should see 14 frames. There it is! You only have to draw your character over the moving face to make it appear jumping.
    5. You may draw ears (meaning: please, draw the ears that I didn't).
    6. The hair is only an example, just to illustrate the way it should move when jumping.
    7. To export, go to file, export for web, and there you can change the size. Choose 10%, or 50x50.
    8. Credit is appreciated but not mandatory.

Enjoy!

:iconleaglem::iconbokurac::iconmastertoon4::iconchrisgurl::iconfi-chan2::iconrainbowglowfish:

EDIT
If you can't afford Photoshop, try downloading GIMP: it's free and it lets you animate.
Myself, I do the drawings in Paint Tool SAI, then export as .psd file and animate in PS.
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New and improved! EDIT: Rainbow's yellow mane/cutie mark color was incorrectly listed. This has since been fixed, please redownload the updated copy.

All of the color guides are getting a revamp. The guides are all now two pages, one for digital applications (such as vectors, painting in Photoshop, 3D modeling, etc) and the other for print applications (customs, merch, T-shirts, et cetera). The PNG preview for the digital guide should be OK to use as well, so the PDF is optional.

If you use Google Chrome or Safari, they will attempt to open the file in-line with Google Docs PDF viewer. DO NOT EYEDROP THOSE COLORS. SAVE THE PDF FILE. The Google Docs viewer displays in a very low bit depth that results in dithering of the colors. Until Deviantart gives me a way to disable this, you should use the download file link to view the guide!

They are also now more space efficient, and will be able to scale better with ponies that have more colors than normal.

The Digital guides aim to be as close to the show as possible, while the print guides aim to be as close to official merch as possible. When there's no merch of that pony (e.g. background ponies) then the print colors will be based on my conversions which will aim to reproduce the show without looking too weird or have obvious gamut problems.

It is safe to eyedrop the digital colors or use the hex/RGB codes - the swatches should match up just fine. Just make sure you're working in sRGB color mode.

For the merch guides, the spot colors are rendered using CMYK alternate color space. This is based on my own examinations of the merch boxes, where the spot colors are simulated straight to process anyway.
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New and improved! [ERROR FIXED] The hex code for Pinkie's body fill was wrong, but the actual swatch was right. This has been fixed.

All of the color guides are getting a revamp. The guides are all now two pages, one for digital applications (such as vectors, painting in Photoshop, 3D modeling, etc) and the other for print applications (customs, merch, T-shirts, et cetera). The PNG preview for the digital guide should be OK to use as well, so the PDF is optional.

If you use Google Chrome or Safari, they will attempt to open the file in-line with Google Docs PDF viewer. DO NOT EYEDROP THOSE COLORS. SAVE THE PDF FILE. The Google Docs viewer displays in a very low bit depth that results in dithering of the colors. Until Deviantart gives me a way to disable this, you should use the download file link to view the guide!

They are also now more space efficient, and will be able to scale better with ponies that have more colors than normal.

The Digital guides aim to be as close to the show as possible, while the print guides aim to be as close to official merch as possible. When there's no merch of that pony (e.g. background ponies) then the print colors will be based on my conversions which will aim to reproduce the show without looking too weird or have obvious gamut problems.

It is safe to eyedrop the digital colors or use the hex/RGB codes - the swatches should match up just fine. Just make sure you're working in sRGB color mode.

For the merch guides, the spot colors are rendered using CMYK alternate color space. This is based on my own examinations of the merch boxes, where the spot colors are simulated straight to process anyway.
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A simple table for simple needs.
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[link] for rules

CREDIT Polar-Dream
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