Ack--Look at this cutie. She has a really neat design that stabds out without being over the top. Great job on the art! I really appreciate how the colors work well with one another without one being too dominant over the other.
Oh and a tip for the future, to avoid people thinking about a word rather than piece of art it's self. Replace the word with "Ninja", that's just to prevent butthurt people. And possibly place this under Mature Content, for it's little word. Because people find it offensive, even when it's used in comical purposes. But, thank you for this fabulous art!
An entire thread, dedicated to getting it on with imaginary figments, and arguments about how imaginary those figments are. Love the pony, really nice colors as has been said. And the coloring on her mane makes me jelly.
If you've ever been a roleplayer or an author, it becomes sort of the same thing. You can almost 'hear' or 'see' your characters as sort of their own people who are, because the job of the author is to put their creations through hell, may have a few bones to pick with you. Tracyjb gives her own example with this experience here: [link]
tl;dr: As a roleplayer and an author, I was doing tupla's before it was mainstream! /hipster
Oh I'm certainly both a Roleplayer and an Author. [link] I mean here's one thing I've written. I partake in more than one RP as well.
I understand what you're saying. Hell I've, in other stories I've written, spoken the lines and done several parts just to see how the interaction would flow or work at all. Sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn't. To effectively write I believe one must immerse themselves in a character.
But that's off topic I believe. I do see what you mean and I most certainly understand the similarities.