Hey. Is it possible to get a higher resolution version of this picture? I think it is beautiful and I would maybe like to print it out and hang it on my wall. I'm going to Galacon in couple of weeks and I was also planning on getting Nicole Oliver's and M.A. Larson's signatures on it.
Do you think this is against the idea of free will? Think about it, Twilight's cutie mark was on the Tree of Harmony which is why Celestia took her as her personal student. That basically means Twilight was the chosen one this whole time. I do not like the idea that even within her own universe, Twilight does not have control over the things she does.
yeah why people keep on hating poor celestia she never did anything wrong they even blame her for makes twilight as alicorn come on how the heck that works one celestia cant used elements two she just want to helps twilight to how control her alicorn powers
i know that already look at me i still likes twilight sparkle even as alicorn even as human i still likes her no matter what they even called twilight as alicorn mary sue look who talking the ones makes overpowered ocs i seen in my life that not fair to twilight sparkle and that so unfair to bashed on celestia for unfair reasons
Your artwork is incredible! I see great consistency with this uniquely characterized style of yours. I've been hooked on your work for a while, just so you know. (just been silent about it) Also, just so you know, I've taken the liberty to post an argument on your page too. I hope this doesn't bother you, but if it does, please hide/flag my message as spam.
For all you other people out there, about the whole "wings" thing... I actually found a few of the past episodes (especially from season 2) to be remotely entertaining, which is quite surprising considering the show's content was merely always meant to be for little kids, er, I mean girls. However, I never became enthralled enough to ever consider myself to be a "brony" What I saw in the season finale was rushed, poorly written piece of work that felt like just another modern, run of the mill, roll-your-eyes cartoon that I'd be forced to watch with my little cousin. I can and have lived without watching this little show (never touched my life in some unforgettable way), but even you too-big-for-your-briches bronies have to admit that the finale was... *cough* not that good. You defend the cheap, clumsy, overly-cheesy, over-hyped episode by calling it what it is: a cartoon that WAS aimed at little girls. However, you forget that the series underwent subtle changes and started licensing many, many toys and other random gear that little girls certainly wouldn't have any interest in. You can call show that was never intended for older audiences (esp those of the not so fair sex xP), but going by the episodes I have seen, I can tell you that this finale seemed downright sloppy. If you think about it, the very reason this silly show was even being watched by grown adults is because of the supposed quality of its previous episodes. No one could care less if from the very beginning the show's quality reflected that of its many predecessors... would they? xD
Yikes, now even I have to admit that that's a little harsh.