Took me about 4 1/2 hours (on and off).
Vision: I absolutely love how the sun can be seen through the clouds, creating a very comforting effect against the rest of the sky. The lighting on Fluttershy and the way her eyes are brought out is rather soothing. Although, if she is in flight, the way the scarf is drooping seems a bit unrealistic, and her left wing appears to be missing.
Originality: I have never seen a piece like this. I love the idea!
Technique: I personally think that using the paintbrush was the perfect choice for this. Very........ soothing, as I said before.
Impact:This is the kind of piece that makes me wish I were a brony. So there.
Especially Fluttershy, who I can definitely call my favourite! I love how you captured her "wide-eyed wonder" look with such depth and three dimentionality.
The colours made me think of marshmallow and cotton candy, and I truly love how you blended the clouds to make it look cold.
One thing that might need attention (although very little!!) though, is the consistancy in hair texture on the left and the right.
Last word: Well done! Your technique is beautiful and enchanting, creates the nostalgic feel. Hope you never stop creating!
this is just gorgeous ;w;
And holy shit, I gotta be honest, I love those clouds. Oh, and Fluttershy looks cute too
This was more of a sky practice than anything.
This is really beautifully drawn.
Love the scarf, makes her look super cute ^^
seriously some of the coolest people and artists come out of nowhere from the fandom and you never see their stuff from before MLP:FIM
also this is beauteous to say the least, i love the attention to detail in the background fhjdfsdksls smashes my face against the keyboard
I would sit in drawing class, not paying attention to what the teacher had to say. I had raw talent, yes, but I never developed skill. I could scan some of my old works, since some aren't that bad, but I'd rather focus on improving my current skills, and learning new ones
By the way, thanks for the critique
look at the SKY holy SHIIIT
Thank you very much for this! Critiquing this soon!