Now Underpable, my favorite part about your drawings is how much expression you give to the characters' faces, and this drawing is nowhere near an exception. The face Princess Celestia makes here totally convinces me that she's going through severe sadness. Everything from the squinting eyes to the red cheeks and nose to the whimpering bottom lip conveys the right amount of emotion. I also like how the background blends into a darker shade of purple as it ascends. Not only does it make it easier to read the text, but it also looks like she's shouting up towards the sky. As for criticisms, I'd say the little "sob" captions aren't needed. Like I said, you perfectly capable of giving your subjects emotions. You don't need captions to indicate what they're feeling. Speaking of emphasis, there could be an exclamation point at the end of Celestia's word bubble. If she's shouting Princess Luna's name, then she should have the exclamation point at the end to show that. Other than that, I think this piece is pretty good. Keep it up, Underpable. I'm eager to see what you'll craft next.
Doesn't matter how many times I come back here. Tia had to banish her little sister, and then to just shake it off and continue to rule. It must have took immence willpower to smile to her subjects, despite the pain she must have felt. Still have this headcannon where she might have drowned herself in alchohol and cried herself to sleep the first few dozens of years. Makes me wish that I could go to their world,to the time right after banishment, hug her and tell her that everything's gonna be OK.
I've always thought celestia was the little sister but Luna told her that SHE was older because celestia grew to be taller and Luna just wanted to keep her little sisters pride up. :I
im so weird
im so weird