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My Little Ponies by Kinky-chichi My Little Ponies by Kinky-chichi
I've secretly always wanted to draw MLP fanart >u> ...I could recite the movie word for word when I was little. he he

I wanted to draw something really different where I could use my imagination though, so I went for the 'somewhat more realistic magical fawn-like sparkly horsey look'.

I've watched a few of the recent episodes, I like the characters, how it's animated and the modern feel to it. But it kind of bugs be how with every generation they become less and less pony like. :S ...and then I go and draw them looking like deer. THE IRONY. D:

I hope you enjoy! If you don't though, keep it to yourself :P I don't really care.

MLP copyright Hasbro(?)
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AprilSilverWolf Featured By Owner Jul 17, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
Pinkie looks like a pig haha, suits her!
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Ba-sh Featured By Owner May 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
cool
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LLGold Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2013
vary cool
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BlackNastopian Featured By Owner Jan 18, 2013   General Artist
I love how you made them semi-realistic
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VampireFoxHL Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
I was going to complain about the ears... and then I saw your description. Oooooooookaaaaaay. -_-

Other than that... they're absolutely adorable!!! ^_^ I want one! Rarity looks a bit masculine... but in a bishonen kind of way...? Lol. I love your use of color and composition. I think my favorite pose is Fluttershy's.
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MenollySagittaria Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
LOL, real ponies aren't "masculine" or "feminine." You can't tell the difference by just looking at body pr head shape . . .
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VampireFoxHL Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Features. You seem to misunderstand that using "masculine" or "feminine" is describing sex. A man can be feminine/have feminine features and a woman can be masculine/have masculine features. Describing appearance. In no way am I trying to identify the sex of the animals. Why would I? We all know they are female. Anything can be described as masculine or feminine. Tinny v woody. Rugged v dainty. When describing a llama v alpaca, I might describe llama as masculine in comparison to the alpaca's feminine qualities (Alpaca are smaller and daintier in appearance to the llama.)

If we were looking at a picture of "real" ponies, I'd have to say from lack of experience and having never owned ponies, that I agree with you. However, this is not the case as they are portrayed in a semi-realistic way. Poses, very human personalities, wittle eyebrow things... and the fact that Rarity is staring awfully seductively. I think the heaviness of the color of her eyebrows gave her a "masculine" look is all.

I apologize if those are not the words you would use but I hope at least you can understand how I was using them and what I meant. I mean, I would say that with the pose, softness, shyness.. of Fluttershy, she looks the most "feminine" of all. In any case, whatever, I love it. >\\\<
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MenollySagittaria Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I was just making an offhand comment about cartoons vs. real animals :P
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aedificatoris Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2012  Student General Artist
Absolutely fantastic! This is what I wish I could do. The posture, form, and expressions do not only have a wonderfully naturalistic feel, but are delightful!

I do see what you mean about the deer like bodies; the ears and flat backs in particular. However, even if more horse-like features would have been nice to have included, their absence does not really detract from your work.

Just a thought about the 4th Generation style; while it is very cutesy, it does have (at least) two features that make it appropriate; first, it is very simplistic, making it easy to draw, modify, and animate. Secondly, the large eyes give them a great deal of expression which would be otherwise harder to convey.

Also, a third, minor (and probably unintended) point. Based on what I understand of neuroscience, a key element of intelligence is brain shape; that animals with higher reasoning skills (like humans) tend to have rounder cranial cavities. Based on this reasoning, the rounder skull shapes of the G4 ponies would rather make sense.

Anyways, my inarticulateness prevents me from expressing how much I love this piece...Thank you for posting it!
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MenollySagittaria Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Do pigs, parrots, and dolphins have round skull shape?? :^/ Where did you learn that?
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