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MLP - Peanut Bucker by AylaStarDragon MLP - Peanut Bucker by AylaStarDragon
Well, it's not one of the characters from the show.

This is Ohio's official pony, and Trotcon's mascot.

I wanted to draw her since I'm trying to get in as one of the artists. :3
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AhAintThatBad Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh shes amazing in this!
Did you get the artist thing?
If so i cant wait to see what you do for our amazing con!
DoughnutJoe Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2012

Don't mourn missed chances with Cheerilee, Hugh. This is the new best ship.
:iconpbjtimeplz:Peanut Bucker/Jelly time!:iconpbjtimeplz:
MisterJones4899 Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2012
I see you've got the "flowing mane" thing down pat.

Having the light come in from behind her was a great idea.

I suck at critiquing. I'm just gonna fav this and let the peeps that know the terminology praise this piece with their fancy talk.
Helsaabi Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2012
Wonderful work! ^^
Drew-Flashy Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Wow. That's extremely well done. Is that really airbrushed? Some people just have amazing talent.
AylaStarDragon Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2012  Student Digital Artist
It's all digital. I chose digital painting and airbrushing because it's fully shaded. ^^

Thank you. :3
SuperSonic68 Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2012
Woo! O-H!
Fairy-Slayer Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2012
That's a beautiful filly, contentedly flying along like the autumn breeze and enjoying nature (while running off some leaves a bit early perhaps). I love that pretty freckled face and huge, wonder-filled eyes, plus you did a terrific job making her leaping gallop flow as freely and enchantingly as the breeze itself. With the bright fade at the top you made sure our eyes are always drawn back to her, but no matter how I "adjust the contrast" (move up and down relative to my LCD screen) or adjust the histograms I can't tell if the trail is covered or open above. There just seems to be a lot of light coming from everywhere, though I have to admit that it gives her great definition without making her too dark by contrast. (Offsetting with the shadowy bottom-right plus underneath her does balance things out fairly well.) And the "dabs" with the closer tree, speckles of light, and then the freed leaves themselves, it's all gorgeous. The foreshortening and rounded perspective do a great job to convey the sense of speed and distance.

Anyway, she's a beautiful young mare and you've made her exceptionally dynamic and expressive while giving the scene some context. I certainly hope you're accepted into the group. They'd be lucky to have you.
AylaStarDragon Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2012  Student Digital Artist
Wow, thank you for such a thorough critique. :D

You've caught everything I was going for here. ^^ I tried to make this as free-feeling as possible in the mood.
BerryPAWNCH Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2012
Wow, fantastic work on the lighting here. :O
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