i'm susie queen of the vampireponies a new evil villain for my little pony friendship is magic season 3 and i live in nightmare castle next to ponyville and the everfree forest my evil plan is to bite everypony in Equestria and ponyville
hello i'm susie queen of the vampireponies a new evil villain for my little pony friendship is magic season 3 and i live in nightmare castle next to ponyville and the everfree forest my evil plan is to bite everypony in Equestria and ponyville.
I love how you actually gave her a figure and she wasn't just a stick. This particular design has just made me happy and I think it is something good for younger girls to look up to instead of a Barbie doll. So thank you.
I really love the designs of the characters. Super Girl has to be my favorite because of her more assertive attitude. I like how she her right hand curled up on the top right drawing. It reminds me of an Al Hirshfeld or Eric Goldberg drawing.
Just curious... Would you say that Craig had a major influence on your style? One thing I've always wondered about is... where did this sort of style originate? I see that many of us are using it, yes it seemed to have come out of the blue some time around the early 90s. I first recall seeing it, and observing it as something distinct, on Cartoon Network, specifically the Premiere Toons / What A Cartoon shorts. Would I be incorrect in guessing that it's a mixture of 1950s children's book style, with some Japanese influence? John K. likes his retro cartoons, and Bob Clampett was obviously an influence for him. Some of this is obviously John K.'s influence, though I don't see the more grotesque parts showing up in your artwork. Were the animation programs at the art colleges you guys attended influential in any way?