Anyway.... Skin tones. I didn't want a monochrome cast, so to speak. I wanted to make them just as diverse as their pony counterparts. Plus, it was fun to experiment with different skin shades. ^ ^
As mentioned above, Photoshop started to crash on me, so I couldn't do the background like I really wanted...But, it turned out decent in the end. Overall, I'm quite pleased with this.
Close ups of each:
Twilight Sparkle: [link]
Pinkie Pie: [link]
Rainbow Dash: [link]
My Little Pony©Hasbro
Original designs©Lauren Faust
I was inspired by Starfire from Teen Titans. In the comics, when she flies, her hair leaves like a trail a fire. And that's what I was going for~ Thanks, again.
Wow! This is bangin'!
You have so brilliantly combined humanized My Little Pony characters with the aesthetics of magical girls & fighting &/or RPG video games. It is so cool that I had to put it in my collection
Their outifts totally match their personalities and they feel like the perfect outfits for a fighting or RPG video game. Nice touch with the cutie marks on the girls' left cheeks. I also love how you kept the horns on the unicorns & the wings on the pegasi. I'm guessing they can retract when they're not in use.
Nice job here, they are the perfect all-female superhero team! Well done!
I love their look and their clothes *-*
When Photoshop crash is because it couldn't take no more AWESOME!!!!!!!!
I was actually planning on making humanized versions of the 'mane 6' ponies for my group ... I think I just found the best reference for the characters! ~i'll make sure It's give you the credits!
(Would you have any sketches or drafts of their designs to share with me?)
That's just my style. I don't draw "super kawaii", with super huge eyes with rounded faces. If it makes her look like a man to you and others, then hey. People see things differently. Ain't nothing I can do about that. Can't please everybody.
I'm a tad bit late on the whole MLP cartoon and I'm embarrass to admit that I just started watching it this month!