OK, OK, I admit it. I just really wanted to draw Fluttershy in a wedding dress.
Created in Inkscape, and put together in Photoshop.
If you like this, feel free to back link to it, or to recommend it to EQD and other forums.Logo
The Ponyville logo is greseres' MLP: FiM logo ([link]
), the font is Celestia Redux ([link]
). I've used the same font throughout the comic.Background
I've used gameguy001 's Sweet-Apple-Acres as a background for all frames ([link]
). I modified it slightly be replacing the ground with my own simpler version, so that I can push it further up the frame, and adding a shadow in for the fence.
The barn is mostly scratch drawn. But I used Stinkehund's Sweet Apple Acres (svg) as a guide. I used their color pallet, and the plank effect for the the planks on the side of the barn. I made my barn a lot simpler than the original. Partly because I'm not very good at drawing, but also because I grew up in a small town and prefer my barns to be more functional and less frilly.
The Well, hay bales and barrels are also from Stinkehund. As is the archway in Frame 9.
I used SirSpikensons' Pinkies barn paint for the side of the barn ([link]
Applejack from Frame 1 is a modified version of PsychoanalyticBrony's Rarity's Roots ([link]
). I used it as posture guide, and then redid one of my existing vectors to match.
Applejack from Frame 2, 3, and 4 are basically modified versions of previous Applejack vectors from my "Without Magic" comic series. Any credit is the same. Otherwise they're scratch drawn.
Applejack from frame 5 is a modified version of my Standard Applejack model. I was originally going to use VoaxmasterSpydre's Whhaaaaa?! ([link]
), but their color pallet was too different from mine, and their lines were much thicker. So it didn't match in very well. In the end I used one of my existing Applejack vectors but modified it to stand in the same pose and use the same expression.
Applejack from Frame 6, 7 and 8 are modified versions of my old vectors. Any credit is the same as before. Otherwise they are scratch drawn.
Fluttershy's dress from Frame 9 is mostly scratch drawn. The butterfly broach and trimmings were inspired by this image ([link]