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So, it's the beginning of the month. A lot of artists I'm seeing are starting something they call 'Ink-tober'. It's not something I'm interested in doing, because I want to do my own self-imposed challenges, to try something new and see if I can pull it off. Anyway, this newest challenge is one I'm going to call 'The Ponifying Challenge' Why this title you ask? Why that's simple! Have you ever wondered what a character from your favorite show (not including MLP) would look like as a pony? Do you imagine what their race might be in the world of the MLP universe if they aren't a pony? Because let's face it, the show is filled with many diverse and intelligent species and the pony races make up only a few of them. What I want to do for this challenge is to help you make your imagination take on a form in picture! A few things to note: - Very Important: Only one entry per person. - Please include any pictures you can find of your character, along with information about who they are, what their personality is, etc, because changes are it could be a character from a series I've never heard of. - Character can be from a TV show, comic, movie, or video game either live action or animated. Anime and manga characters are also acceptable, but no characters that fall on the risque side please. Keep it family friendly! - If there is a specific race you want me to change the character into, be sure to let me know what you would like it to be! Otherwise, I'll turn them into what I feel fits them the best. - Post an entry on this thread or PM me. I'll also be posting it to my twitter, deviantart, and tumblr art blog. You can find links to those in most of my recent pictures and on my 'About me' section of my user page and down below as well. - All final drawings will be full body, flat color, so no shading this time. I'll be keeping this free offer open until Tuesday October 8, 2019. You have until then to send me an entry. After that day this offer will close and I won't accent any new entries. My Deviantart: https://www.deviantart.com/midnightfire1222 My Twitter: https://twitter.com/MFire1222 My Tumblr (mod/art blog): http://midnightfire1222.tumblr.com/ Here's an example I did for a commission back in June where I ponified 2 characters from Rainbow Six: Seige.
There was a recent post on a topic I made a while back called "Why is "Its for kids" being used as a cop out?". It basically said that MLP should remain this innocent Slice-of-Life show designed to sell little girls toys and nothing more. This makes me question, are these people trying to limit the show's overall potential? If Friendship is Magic was your traditional, episodic gag cartoon with no continuity, or character development, like SpongeBob or Ed, Edd n Eddy, then it's fine for it to remain a silly slice-of-life show. But it's not, whether you want to accept it or not, FiM is more like Gravity Falls, Adventure Time, My Life as a Teenage Robot, or Codename: Kids Next Door. A character-driven show that, while episodic, has things in the world that change, characters that evolve and develop, and plot points that come back into play in later episodes. To say it should not evolve past a Slice-of-life structure, and should remain this safe cartoon to sell toys for it's entire run not only limits it's potential, but it can also turn fans away. Believe it or not, fans in and out of the target audience want the show to grow and change. There can still be Slice-of-Life episodes, but they shouldn't be the only focus. If Season's 4 & 5 are any indication, there's going to be more adventure in the series from now on. So do you think FiM's potential is being held back?
If you didn't know, Miiverse is a social network by Nintendo created for the 3DS and the Wii U. In posts, instead of text, you can draw. But the drawing parts is severely limited, only 1 color, and only 3 brush sizes. Here are some of the art I drew. Hope you like it!
These days, there are plenty of games that are free roam. This typically means that the game gives you the option to explore the world around your character. Some games use this to their advantage and give you big, fun open world to explore. Other games don't do that. Some set it apart where the world around you is so limited, there's almost no point in having the free roam option there at all So, is free roam sometimes too limited? Which games have the best and worst free roam?