Don't you think you've had enough?
Another comic! Extra ponies!
Srsly this page took me the longest time out of all I've ever made even if it's short. I don't even know how many ponies there are. Used at least 300 layers >_<
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Part 1: -You Are Here-
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For starters, I was really really impressed. As I said in a comment, "I'm not even a die-hard Doctor Whooves fan and this impressed me." I have not followed the story of Doctor Whooves at all (except that Derpy Hooves is/was his companion during his time in Ponyville), but I could follow what happened in this short comic, which is a feat in and of itself. The last panel, I think, was what really got me. It was the one that locked it all together and sealed the deal. The one simple dialogue bubble with the tiny smile. That was art.
Speaking of art, similarly to the idea behind the art, the art was simply stunning. There are many My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic artists out there. Many of them are talented, just as you are. But I think this stands out in its faint originality. There are artists who give the ponies a makeover and draw them in their own style completely. Some fans think this is very original and more often like the different style over the traditional one. Other fans lean toward the traditional style in perhaps and act of loyalty to the original or, perhaps, for the sake of good old nostalgia. But this comic does something magical. Keeping a more traditional style, it locks that nostalgic feeling into place, setting the mood of the comic.
Overall, I think this is a very beautiful and well-done piece. The fact that I am even writing a critique should tell you that because I don't stop often enough to write a comment much less write a critique. Very well done. I applaud you and this art.
but if many of you would know... the doctor always hates endings because they are always the most overwhelming part of the story: the conclusion. an invention of Shakespeare's that changes a being, like a spell after you finish summoning it.
we invent conclusions to end the beginning of an end and beginning of something new but it always never changes in the end. i dont know if i learned that here but thats the note i want to leave off, like a functional drive left for you to remember when times feel dark.
yeah.. i got nothing more to say... Bronies honestly always seem to suprise me at how good the community is at telling stories, better than any fandom i've ever known to this point. its beautiful that i see it that way, that im still part of a amazing community which has its downs but seems to always remind us of what we are capable of even if in the end they don't change the world. and i guess noone would read this, no need to, the only audience im talking to is myself im telling myself a critique!
sadly when the most happiest things happens, the only way to enjoy life like you just have is to step back into the black void of horror death and destruction and so on so that the bright colours can be changed so that you see the next bright colours with happiness.
as i once read in a story: you cant have lightness without darkness. and thats where im going to leave this, accepting that beautiful truth that allows me to live on in any possible way, sides the fact that ponies are the cutest cartoons i've ever seen xD and that they blend really good with any story, light or dark if its done by a proffessional story teller.
best doctor Whooves ever!
.....WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO COME BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
PS Amazing comic...SAD
SO. MANY. TEARS.
SO. MANY. SAD/HAPPY SMILES.
SO. MANY. LAUGHS. Wait, actually compared to the sad moments there were hardly any of these.
And then the end when all the ponies came back, well, a weird five-minutes were spent doing a mixture of cheering, crying, and yawning because I stayed up till 2:30 in the morning to read this.