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Friendship is Radioactive

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Yes...I am a brony!

This is the first time Ive really tried to emulate the MLP: FIM style.

Her Name is Uranium all though she PREFERS to be called Uri (Pronounced Yury) this is mainly just experimenting with her color scheme, and I know the whole radio Active simble as a cutie mark isn't all that original but she's just one in the cast of a comic I want to start working on.

The Characters will be anthro but like I said just fiddling with her color scheme!

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I like how you made the G1 bow.

Nice

Reminds me of the OP I made, hes Toxicity.

Amazing :)

Is it me or did I just see the glimmer in the eyes twinkle, 'cause I swear to god I saw them move.

Looks cool

To be honest I don't mind watch the show and I actually prefer Fluttershy out of all of them as well. This piece here though is very good.

The background is simple yet looks chaotic as well since it is mostly dark colors being used here to paint the scenery. Then comes the pony which you did by hand. I agree with you that a radioactive symbol is not very creative but let your mind expand a bit and I am sure you can come up with a much better looking cutie mark here.

She actually looks pretty cool. Kind of laughed at how her name is a pun on Yuri as well. This piece was pretty cool.

Overall, another pony OC I see here.

cool

i really love your creativity you put on your pony,and nice background.

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Mar 28, 2011
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