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I got the inspiration from this series after Resident Evil.
Finally some quality images... hope all of you enjoy them!
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I figured that I'd do a series that mostly dealt with crouching this time around.
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I figured that I'd do a series that mostly dealt with crouching this time around.
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Deviations titled "Bases For Bases" you have my permission to use to create bases.
Can be used for references as well.
I have been having trouble with people making bases out of my art without permission. So I am making "specified" drawings for people to make bases out of.

So I'm sorta art blocked right now. :ohnoes: So the bases are just random poses of girls. :dummy: I hope you all like the anyway.:la:

Sorry I haven't posted any art in a while. I'm giving myself a drawing intensive/art development type thing. :giggle: I'm still around. ^^

Other Bases For Bases:

Bases used: :iconsitaliar: - [link] :iconsparbases: - [link] :iconcraliedragonwolf: - [link] :icongothicsoulizzy: - [link] :icongumicat: - [link] :iconcrazyxemo: - [link] :icongothicsoulizzy: - [link] :iconlilithefox: - [link] :icontechno-knight: - [link] :iconflying-owls:- [link]

Bases©:iconkaya-snapdragon:
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Deviations titled "Bases For Bases" you have my permission to use to create bases.
Can be used for references as well.
I have been having trouble with people making bases out of my art without permission. So I am making "specified" drawings for people to make bases out of.

Here are some bases of sonic style children. :XD:
All the bases are pretty basic poses and any of them could be a boy or a girl. :dummy: Maybe number 3 is more girly. :giggle:

Please give me credit if you decide to use. :heart:

Other Bases For Bases:

Bases Used: :iconsonic972: - [link] :iconxoxamyvroseo3oxox: - [link] :iconsparbases: - [link] :iconk-437: - [link] :iconkikaethecheetah: - [link] :iconunknownlgs11: - [link] :iconfaiththehedgehog45: - [link] :iconhazelfeather10123: - [link] :iconnight-vegas: - [link] :iconsamthehedgehog78: - [link] :iconaurorathewerehog: - [link] :iconxvampyremaiden: - [link]

Poses©:iconkaya-snapdragon:
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Deviations titled "Bases For Bases" you have my permission to use to create bases.
Can be used for references as well.
I have been having trouble with people making bases out of my art without permission. So I am making "specified" drawings for people to make bases out of.

1. Couple sleeping. :meow: (This one was hard. It was difficult to make it look like they were leaning on each other.)
2. Princess carry. :love: (I know I like this one.) xD
3. This was supposed to be a dancing one. :dance: Hard to tell without a dress.

If you want you can tweak these. Change the eye shape or the positions of the hands and legs. Change them into the way you want. :la:

I'm still open for suggestions for future bases. I may do one you request.:meow:

Please give me credit if you decide to use. :heart:

Other Bases For Bases:

Bases Used: :iconderianathehedgehog: - [link] :iconunknownlgs11: - [link] :iconvaltiangel: - [link] :icononehourdays: - [link] :iconsilent-kokoro: - [link] :iconannathehedgehog12: - [link] :iconscrewy-artist: - [link] :iconmoonkitty-kimi: - [link] :iconserry-chan: - [link] :iconvampirecat101: - [link] :iconxxjariraxx: - [link] :iconiamhappytard: - [link] :iconkauaigirl99: - [link]

Poses©:iconkaya-snapdragon:
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Hexed version of a model developed by :iconexplosiveline:. The original replaced the texture of the Spitfire, but now the model is separate, so Explosive Line and Spitfire can be together.

Oryginal reskin of Explosive Line: [link]

Explosive Line (c) :iconexplosiveline:
Spitfire (in background) (c) :iconhasbroplz:/:iconfyre-flye:
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The OC-Pony Fire Hooves requested by :iconzuzzzz:
Download at the 'Download File' button.

PS. These are not twins. This is one form in two versions.
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Looking through my library, I noticed that I forgot to add to the gallery this character, for what I apologize. This little oversight.

The OC-Pony Hiroko requested by :iconmlmryuu2011:
Download at the 'Download File' button.
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Rules and Regulations (I know, sounds scary, but they're not):

Okay, I'm not that picky, but here are the rules and they must be followed!

1. You must mention us in all of your art using our stock and give a link to our stock site.
2. Send us a comment or note of what you have done so we can look at it!
3. You must not(this means not allowed EVER) use our stock for any pornography.
4. You must ask before making prints using our stock, but you can use it outside of DeviantArt. We don't bite, just ask!
5.You must make an effort with our stock. No changing colors or just adding a new background*, fixing mistakes in the picture, that sort of thing. You are not allowed to post it to your site as your artwork if you have done so. You guys can do it, we have no doubt!

*this does not include stock that is used as a background, such as our japanese garden photos. In that case, you must do something to the foreground.

P.S. We love to see our stock used as a reference for traditional art as well, so feel free to do so and tell us about it!
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Rules and Regulations (I know, sounds scary, but they're not):

Okay, I'm not that picky, but here are the rules and they must be followed!

1. You must mention us in all of your art using our stock and give a link to our stock site.
2. Send us a comment or note of what you have done so we can look at it!
3. You must not(this means not allowed EVER) use our stock for any pornography.
4. You must ask before making prints using our stock, but you can use it outside of DeviantArt. We don't bite, just ask!
5.You must make an effort with our stock. No changing colors or just adding a new background*, fixing mistakes in the picture, that sort of thing. You are not allowed to post it to your site as your artwork if you have done so. You guys can do it, we have no doubt!

*this does not include stock that is used as a background, such as our japanese garden photos. In that case, you must do something to the foreground.

P.S. We love to see our stock used as a reference for traditional art as well, so feel free to do so and tell us about it!
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Rules and Regulations (I know, sounds scary, but they're not):

Okay, I'm not that picky, but here are the rules and they must be followed!

1. You must mention us in all of your art using our stock and give a link to our stock site.
2. Send us a comment or note of what you have done so we can look at it!
3. You must not(this means not allowed EVER) use our stock for any pornography.
4. You must ask before making prints using our stock, but you can use it outside of DeviantArt. We don't bite, just ask!
5.You must make an effort with our stock. No changing colors or just adding a new background*, fixing mistakes in the picture, that sort of thing. You are not allowed to post it to your site as your artwork if you have done so. You guys can do it, we have no doubt!

*this does not include stock that is used as a background, such as our japanese garden photos. In that case, you must do something to the foreground.

P.S. We love to see our stock used as a reference for traditional art as well, so feel free to do so and tell us about it!
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WARNING: Keep in mind this bread will still contain caffeine equal to the amount in the coffee you use to make it (this could be anything up to 800mg per loaf depending on the coffee in question). You can, of course, use decaffeinated coffee if you prefer.

Mocha flavoured bread

Ingredients
  • 300ml lukewarm coffee (any coffee will do, the easiest method is to prepare a few shots of espresso and dilute them, which has the advantage of cooling it down)
  • 1-3 tbsp. cocoa powder
  • 1 tbsp. caster sugar
  • 2 tbsp. whipping or single cream
  • 1 packet/tablespoon of dry yeast
  • 360g plain or bread flour (either will work)
  • 25g of butter
  • 1 tsp. vanilla extract/flavouring
  • 1/4 tsp. salt
  • Powdered sugar


Instructions

  1. Stir the cream and the caster sugar into the coffee, place them in a bowl.
  2. Sift the flour, salt and cocoa powder into another bowl, add the vanilla.
  3. Melt the butter and put it to one side to cool.
  4. Mix the yeast into the coffee mixture. Leave everything for 15 minutes until the butter has cooled and the yeast solution has formed a foam.
  5. Stir the butter into the flour.
  6. Stir the yeast solution into the flour until it forms a dough.
  7. Turn the dough out onto a floured surface and knead until it becomes springy.
  8. Grease a bowl, place the dough ball in it and put a dishcloth over it. Leave it in a warm place for 45 minutes to let the dough rise.
  9. While you're letting the dough rise, grease a 4x8" bread loaf tin and dust it with flour (or a tray if you want to make rolls). Wash up all the dirty crockery while you're at it.
  10. After 45 minutes, tip the dough onto a floured surface. If you're making a loaf, knead it once again then place it in the tin. If you're making rolls, split the dough into 9 equal parts (cut it into thirds and then thirds again), roll them into balls and place them on the baking tray.
  11. Cover the dough with th dishcloth again, and leave it to rise for another 15 minutes. Preheat the oven to 220 degrees C.
  12. Sprinkle the bread with a little confectioner's sugar and cocoa powder if you like.
  13. Bake in the middle of the oven for 15-20 minutes, until golden brown.
  14. Place on a cooling rack. After cooling it can be kept in a sealed bag for up to a week.


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Just something I came up with while messing around yesterday.

As the name suggests, it's a coffee flavoured bread with a bit of chocolate.

I tried uploading a picture last night, but my Internet connection wasn't co-operating, so I'll try again tonight.

The bread itself is soft (almost cake-like). As you'd expect it tastes like coffee and has some caffeine in it.
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Lemon Moments

Ingredients

  • 225g butter
  • 175g caster sugar sugar
  • The zest (rind) of one lemon.
  • 1 tsp. Vanilla Essence
  • 1 egg
  • 285g Self Raising Flour (or plain flour sifted with 2 tsp of baking powder)
  • Pinch of Salt
  • Crushed Lemon Wafers


Method

  1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius
  2. Grease and flour a baking tray or baking parchment.
  3. Beat the butter and sugar together until smooth and creamy.
  4. Stir in the lemon zest and vanilla essence.
  5. Add the egg and beat into the mixture until smooth.
  6. Sift the salt and flour before stirring it in. You should have a slightly stick dough that clings to the spoon.
  7. Roll the dough into balls of about the size of a 2 pence piece (that's about the same as a Canadian 2 Dollar "loonie", a US 25 cent "quarter" or a standard diameter two Euro coin depending on where you live =P).
  8. Put the broken wafers in a bowl. Roll each ball in the wafer pieces.
  9. Place each ball on the baking tray and press it down slightly (keeping in mind it will double in size as it expands and spacing each ball accordingly). You might need to bake in batches depending on how many baking trays you have and the size of your oven.
  10. Bake for 15-20 minutes until they've expanded to twice their diameter.
  11. Allow to set for a few minutes before transferring to a cooling rack too cool completely.


Tips

  • The original recipe used imperial measurements, you may wish to use these instead; 8oz. Butter, 6oz. Sugar 10oz. Flour
  • The family recipe for melting moments on which this is based suggests using half butter and half Flora White (a vegetable based cooking fat) for a good balance of texture and flavour. Mix them bother together before beating in the sugar.
  • Zest the lemon just before you add it to the mix (zest loses flavour rather quickly).
  • For best results, mix up the batter and juice the lemon you zested, then use the juice to make the lemon wafers (it should only be a few minutes and it'll give the batter a chance to rest) before continuing.
The recipe for my lemon moments: [link]
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Lemon Wafers

Ingredients

  • 125g Plain Flour
  • 40g Butter
  • 40g Sugar
  • 80ml lemon juice (1 lemon)


Method

  1. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees Celsius
  2. Grease a baking tray (or line it with baking parchment if you prefer).
  3. Beat the butter and sugar together until creamy.
  4. Rub in the flour. The result should resemble bread crumbs.
  5. Add the lemon juice and stir it in with a broad knife.
  6. Once all the lemon has been absorbed knead everything together with your hands to form a dough. Keep kneading until you get something soft and very slightly springy.
  7. Roll out your dough on a floured surface. You should aim to get it thin enough to see through.
  8. Cut the sheet into shapes of about 5cm (squares work best if you just plan to use them for Lemon Moments, but you can use pretty much any shape you like).
  9. Bake for 10-15 minutes until the edges are just browning. Leave to cool before transferring to a cooling rack. They should still be slightly soft but harden to a crispy texture as they cool.
  10. Allow to cool completely before serving or using in a further recipe.
The recipe for my lemon wafers, which are also needed in the recipe for my Lemon Moments.
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.psd of two routers designed by me as a freebie for icanned.com. The layers and named and grouped: download it for free by visiting the link below.

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Elegant Button :) Free resource by icanned.com
Enjoy,
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An elegant sharing widget .psd file. Hope you enjoy this free resource :)
You can download for free by clicking the download button on the top-right

Free icons by: www.premiumpixels.com
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Also check out what I've written for
... the eyes: [link]
... the nose: [link]
... the legs: [link]
...neoteny & acceleration: [link]

Stock photos for...
the ear: [link]
the full-view horse in 3/4ths provided by ~Notorious-Stock: [link]
and the same horse in side-view: [link]

Sources for vectors:
Pinkie smiling at the camera: [link]
Princess Luna: [link]
Twilight: [link]
Pinkie with the misplaced tail (also links to the screencap which was traced from): [link]
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Another thing I've written on the various possible mistakes I've learned about.

Edit: Jan 2, 2013: changed the name of the series for 'marketability' reasons, added more content.
Nov 25, 2012 : rephrased some parts.

Also check out what I've written for
... the eyes: [link]
.. and nose: [link]
...the ears, tail, and the core: [link]
...neoteny & acceleration: [link]

Another leg tutorial I think has a bit of merit, by *Whatsapokemon [link]

Sources for...

Standing horse: [link]
Jumping horse: [link]
Hoof: [link]
Elephant: [link]
Crazy Twilight vector: [link]
Diagram about homology: [link]
Photo of the horse skeleton is at least a century old so it's public domain :D
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EDIT:
Feb 12, 2013: Moar content.
Jan 2, 2013: Changed name of the series for 'marketability' reasons, added a few tidbits.
Dec 3, 2012: Edited to be more objective

If there are stupid errors, bad phrasing, or anything else which makes these notes less awesome, don't be afraid to point it out.

Also check out what I've written for
...the nose: [link]
...the legs: [link]
...the ears, tail, and the core: [link]
...neoteny & acceleration: [link]

Source for photo of horse's eye: [link]
Source for photo of the girl's eye: [link]

The example I pulled as an example of a totally comical art style is from Edd, Edd, n' Eddy. Like the pics of MLP, I consider its usage fair use.
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As, promised here is the tutorial for creating the pilot turnaround from the concept piece: [link]
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The new Character series has begun! Check out part 1 of Sketching the Outline: [link]
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WOW 4000 likes on CoCo's facebook page!? [link]

Decided to push the next part in the character series to thank you guys for all the support! Check out the skin and clothing tut here: [link]
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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!

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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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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The cutie mark of :icontrivial1888:'s character, Candleglow. At least I hope that is his name.
I went through a load of different looks until I was satisfied with it. I think it looks pretty decent. At least it's not a green lantern rip-off.
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A rudimentary SVG animation of Twilight's teleportation. This one is actually frame-based instead of time based. It's because the thing is a bit too complicated to reasonably interpolate through. I could probably get back to it later if I have the time - this seems like heresy.
I looked into the whole APNG business to save my animations better, but I'm afraid dA doesn't support it.
The SVG has the same speed, 20 frames per second.

Use at your leisure. The file was validated, so if your browser doesn't play it properly (that is once), there is probably something wrong on your side.

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A statue based off of the ones at the beginning of MLP S02E01.
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