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Zombpony

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I've become obsessed with My Little Pony Friendship is Magic... So as normal with me I had to zombify a pony. This is zombpony. She didn't get her cutie mark until after death because her special talent IS death. The cutie mark is a skull with it's brain exposed. She roams equestria looking for brains of the most lively ponies trying in vain to fight her fate of perpetual death. Pinkie Pie better watch out for this ghoulish pony, after all, she's the LIFE of the party and that is exactly what Zombpony is looking for.

I will be practicing with MLP a little more so I can eventually get used to the style enough to paint my daughter Rainbow Dash for her birthday. This one was just for fun. Let me know what I need to do to make this more like Lauren Faust's style.

EDIT I thought I should add that I did use a pose template for this. I'm trying to get the style right so I'll probably use templates for a few drawings before I feel comfortable enough trying my own poses. I'm not used to doing animals at ALL. D:

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Awesome

MLP is a good cartoon, even though I'm older I can still appreciate a good cartoon. I like how you zombified it!

Abbyka responds:

Thanks. :)

FOR PONY!

Who isn't obsessed with MLP?

Abbyka responds:

It's definitely one of the only good cartoons out nowadays. Most of the crap my kids watch makes me wish I would spontaneously go into a coma. D: This show, though, is awesome.

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