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Don't mind the fact that some of these are sideways. Also don't mind the fact that these were drawn using pencil and paper. The other spoiler contains everything drawn using my primary art style.
First off, some minor corrections to the last image I had; I forgot Sunburst's glasses, so not much has changed. Images are spoilerized because S8E23 spoilers. Now, bear this image in mind because there are four more images related to the previous image and they're all connected. Note: previously, I was making a single image and then drawing a companion image that conveys a message that is the opposite of the original. Now, I'm drawing an entire web of interconnected images that are all related to each other somehow, and the goal is to convey a story based on the entire set of images (or a subset) instead of each image conveying its own message or story. (The one I have in mind is that Pinkie Pie turned herself into a kirin at either the worst or best possible time and now she's stuck that way for a while, while Glimmy's still bummed out that she broke her kite, but bringing in the Sunburst laundry pic makes it look like Pinkie is pretending to be a kirin in Sunburst's laundry room; bonus points if you can come up with a different story.) 1: Remember that Glimmy pic I drew? I connected it back. 2. This is my art contest entry for October: Kirin Pie. (I checked and kirinification has become a recurring theme this month; I don't mind at all but let's just say that after some poking around, some kirinifications work too well while others require very little context/backstory if at all.) 3. Oops. 4. Guess it's a good thing that all my images are connected because I could use this for another ongoing event; I had something like this in mind for a while, but had no good idea of what to use for a background. I'll leave this one open for interpretation. Fun fact: this is also a reimplementation of an even older image I had... BONUS IMAGE (featuring four of the young/student six):
I couldn't decide on a single emotion, so I went with two. Take the symbolism with the kite however you want. I'd highly appreciate feedback on what I can do better; I always think I'm doing something wrong. (Yes, I did see the feedback from last month's thread; I just never made a proper reply to any of them.)