Collabed with the mighty ...that makes 2 now! Funny how he makes me post them. XD Give him credit too on this!
FIRST! This is a COMIC....not a single pic. You have to think about it for a second or two to finally get the true idea of this comic. Anyway how the heck we did another collab like this....IDK. It's really interesting collabing with Tsitra cause our styles are so different. This is what happens when you blend the MLP style (me) with a realistic MLP style (him). PURE GOLD!
I can't tell you how long this took me over 4 days to do this. He did the sketch...I did everything else...re-lineart, color, BG.....it was nuts!
Anyway hope you guys enjoy this comic. Really was incredible to work on and a nice bow on the end of my marathon week of Livestreams. Excuse me while I rest up...I'm exhausted. Comment? Critiques?
Time spent: 23-25 hours over 4 days Program: Paper + Photoshop CS5
PLEASE don't COPY, trace, or recolor any of this WITHOUT asking us. Remember to link this back to us if you put this on a site or something.
At first when I saw this, I only thought that this was some kind of single picture, but then I started too think about it and here's what I liked.
1. First of all, very interesting joke you have made, I've yet to see anyone else draw or try to deviate from what you are trying to make your viewers achieve.
2. I also enjoy how you seperated the texture of the 3 working ponies and pinkie pie in order to match the scene where she had broken out of.
Now for a few things that didn't seem as well to me...
1. It took me much time to understand what scenes were which, but from my point of view what I'm understanding right now is a. The actual comic consists of the first picture featuring pinkie pie and twilight, the 2nd panel, the 3rd panel, and the destroyed fourth panel. b. the ponies we are seeing right now are ponies that ALREADY CROSSED the fourth wall, including pinkie pie for your humor purposes.
Your kind of "Detail over Transitioning" to a high extent could be a bit frustrating to others mainly because you decided to put shadows below the ponies and items.
Well judging from these conclusions I have made I give you: Originality: 4.5/5.0 Although the topic with "Pinkie Pie breaking the fourth wall" has been done many times, your picture has opened up new horizons of originality of this topic, which we barely see in most drawings of this criteria.
Technique: 5.0/5.0 I did say your "Detail over Transitioning" would be frustrating to a few others, but making art out of a comic as if it were a well done drawfriend picture in Equestria Daily, is something I barely see at all.
Impact: 2.5/5.0 The real objective of the comic is not seen right away and could be easily mistaken as a picture. I would give Impact a higher rating if your goal was to make a single drawing, but unfourtunately this isn't the case.
Vision: 4.5/5.0 Your vision of what you want us to see primarliy matches up with your originality. Once we understand what is going on in your picture, the joke is as clear as a summer sky.
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