I really love and respect all of the artists, musicians and writers in this community. I’m happy that something as simple as a television show brought out the artist in myself as well. I have only recently started doing digital art, because of MLP, and it is my favorite artistic medium.
I think the fandom made me into a very jealous person. I used to enjoy artwork and be glad when others have good luck but now it all just makes me jealous and angry for some reason.
I did a drawing of Sweetie Belle kissing Spike in a cheek with Spike blushing as crazy. When my little cousin saw my picture, she asked if Sweetie Belle has a crush on Spike. I told her yes. She also said that Spike was supposed to like Rarity, but I told her that Spike still does. It just that from what I think, Sweetie Belle may have a crush on Spike. So then, my cousin believe so.
My favourite pony is Rainbow Dash whereas my mom’s fave pony is Scootaloo, that’s why we love it whenever they get to be together on screen and always draw silly fanart of them :P
Scootalove ftw! <3
I’ve always been intrested in a background pegasus with yellow mane and blue/purple coat. I always thought she was called Cloud chaser, but when “Hurricane Fluttershy” came out with Flitter and Cloud chaser, I was very confused.
There’s not a lot of fanart of this pony and I still don’t know how to call her
I have no problem with R34, but being a frequent lurker of derpibooru I am beginning to think that many of the Rule 34 artists have no idea what the female anatomy looks like.
(I am trying to keep this as SFW as possible.)
The artists draw the lady parts bulging out of the ponies’ backside and it’s almost comical how disgustingly incorrect they are about what girls look like under their panties. Some R34 artists do it well and it comes out very beautifully—so much it doesn’t look like “smut” as some may put it. As for other artists, please, familiarize yourself what it looks like down there, if not for the sake of your own art, but at least to do the characters some justice.
I don’t watch the show. But I follow fan-art and fan-music, the effort the Bronies put out is amazing and they should be proud of themselves
I think that the younger talented children are usually left out of the fandom; I am below the age of 13 and still can create art, write fanfictions, and contribute to the community but still do it averagely and at the, or above the, standards of most.