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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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A background from the comic that I vectored, using multiple screenshots from the show (somepony always had to be in the way). I was thinking about uploading the vector file too, but I'll rather upload only wholesome vectors, e.g. whole houses (in this pic only the parts are done that you can see), and upload the backgrounds simply in high resolution. Maybe it will be useful for someone.

:iconyouareplz::iconallowedplz: :iconnoncommercial1plz::iconnoncommercial2plz:


As always, MLP:FiM is owned by Hasbro and created by :iconfyre-flye:, please don't sue me.
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Howdy everypony! :party:

This is one of the tests I force every single one of the character animators interested in helping out with Double Rainboom to complete before I allow them on the crew. It's an incredibly convenient and easy way to learn how to animate using symbols in Adobe Flash.

So I thought I'd go ahead and post it for you all to enjoy! :la:

To watch me demonstrate this demo in front of a live audience, then check out my YouTube video here[link]

You can download the .FLA in CS4.0 format via the links below:
Adobe Flash Files ► [link]

And I'm always looking for ways to improve the demo - so if any of you Flash-savvy animators have any ideas, then go ahead and post them in the comments below.
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Hi all, thats my first font i hope u gonna like it :)

if you use / like it, please :+fav: fav my work here on deviantart to support the font and xfragg3r

leave me some comment aswell :)

You can download the font while you click "Download" here on dA!

still creative, xfragg! :D
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+walkthrough

Super-duper basic eye tutorial
I don't really have a set eye-style, but I thought this one was pretty basic.
So here's the written instructions!

(Note: The brush settings never change, but I put them up every time to show which tools I was using)

1:
I sketched out a basic eye shape
using the Pencil tool.

2:
In a new layer I drew out the new,
sharp lines using the Pen tool

3:
I typically put the iris in a different
layer than the lid/etc. Also added
dem eye-lashes.

4:
Put in base colors using the pen
tool! If your lineart doesn't have any
breaks in it, you can use the magic-wand
tool and fill the rest in, but I just
manually colored this one.

5:
Here's where I start airbrushing in
some colors. To color within the base-colors,
I check the 'Preserve Opacity' box in the
layers-options area ("Lock" will appear
on the layer). Then I pick a new color,
use the Airbrush tool, and blend a bit
more with the Blur tool.

6:
Time for some cell-shading. Generally
every time I shade I use the layer's
'Clipping Group' function. Above the layer
you want to shade, create a new layer
and check the 'Clipping Group' box. Try
coloring on that new layer! Tis very handy.
I picked a deeper, darker shade of blue
and used both the Pen and Airbrush tool.

7:
Moooore airbrushing. Added the pupil,
airbrushed a lighter shade on it, and then
airbrushed black at the top of the eye.

8:
Layer effects! For the highlights I used the pen
tool with a light shade of blue, changed the layer
mode to be 'Luminosity', and lowered the Opacity
down some. For the shadows, I airbrushed a
shade of purple in (forgot to add the Airbrush
tool to the side, sorry! No setting change of course),
duplicated the layer (by dragging it up and dropping
it over the 'New Layer' thumbnail), and set the
newly cloned layer's mode to Multiply.

9:
Now that I got all dez bitches colored, I merged
them together. If you're using a bunch of
clipped layers like me, your layer-pallet-thing
might look something like mine. Anyways, to
merge layers down (note: This isn't the best
option if you plan on going back and editing
things more) go up to layer and hit 'Merge Down'
(or ctrl+e). After that, to add hilights, I put
mine OVER the lineart layer. Yup that's pretty much it.

10:
Look at that desu eye you just drew.
SO KAWAII I CANT EVEN. PLZ BE MAI WAIFU KAWAII-EYE-CHAN.


Yeah okay bye
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Just throwing this one out there - how I draw simplified pony eyes.
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Video Tutorial [link]
SVG [link]
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Another tutorial of my own without tracing it. I've created the guiding of my own as well. But at the moment, I'm trying to work out how I could variety the noses around rather than just always circle it.

There are two tips on this tutorials. Hope it could help you somehow. Just let me know. =)

And of course, I should mention this... The noses are best to start with before you draw the eyes, lips and ears because noses are the centre of the entire face. Try that. It worked for me.
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