A Guide to Vampiric Ponies EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT VAMPIRIC PONIES AND MORE:More Like This
To become a vampire, one must not only be bitten by a vampire, but bite that vampire themselves. Only through the transfer of blood between a vampire and pony can that pony become a vampire.
When bit by a vampire;
An Earth Pony’s strength grows and they can be incredibly fast. Running so fast they look like a blur. And due to their strength, they can jump really high, like a cricket.
A Pegasus, gains huge bat wings and can climb on extreme angles such as upside down. Plus thanks to their wing size, they can carry more weight so they can pluck a victim off the ground and feast.
A Unicorn’s horn starts looking demonic (twisted, curved, spikey, jagged, etc…) but they are more powerful in dark magic, being able to hide their horn’s appearance if need be and teleporting becomes easier as well.
Crystal Ponies gain the ability to mesmerize
A Guide to WolfponiesEVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT WOLFPONIES AND MORE:More Like This
To become a wolfpony, one must either be bitten or scratched by a wolfpony, or be cursed into wolfpony form by an enchanter.
Werepony is not the correct term, seeing how Were translates to man. Lycanthrope or Lycanpony also isn’t correct because Anthrope translates to man. Lykos is wolf. So Wolfpony is the closest term to being correct.
When bit by a wolfpony;
Earth Ponies turn into the largest and strongest of wolfponies.
Pegasi are unable to fly. Their wings can no longer hold them in flight because the bones change to solid rather than hollow. This instead makes their wings less fragile and can cause quite a punch in a fight.
Unicorns are unable to use magic in wolf form because they no longer have the mental capacities to cast their magic, instead they physically use their horn as a weapon.
Crystal Pony bodies become a lot tougher. I
Don't get playedAlright, so there was a recent 'happening' in the dA forums concerning a commission offer made by someone with the starting price of $30. The piece they were asking for was supposedly a really highly detailed piece, large resolution, and basically something you'd spend (on the low end of the market) no less than $250.00 on.More Like This
Now, from here on out this may be purely opinion and because my participation in the industry has only been for about 10 years (as in being paid for my work) I may not be the best person to speak on this matter. However, I have to say something, if only to put my own opinions on the matter out there.
15 years ago I got my first commission. It was a full colour realism portrait for someone of their dog and I offered to do it for $5.00 using traditional media.
They took up the offer and it took me about a week of working on and off to finish their image. At the time I wasn't anywhere near being sure of my skills even though I'd been drawing comprehensively