In the wake of my anger, I was exhausted. In the aftermath of the library battle, my whole body ached from exertion. My nerves felt frayed from the content adrenaline. Eating a bloatsprite skewer, I looked over the small underground chamber once more before curling up on the upper bunk of the pair of bunk beds built into the wall. I tried not to think of the colt skeleton on the bed below me. The skeleton of his father was by the door. A sip from my canteen took the edge off my thirst. It was almost empty; I had to conserve.
Righteo! Here's a dual-purpose work (hope neither party minds). This is my entry for Week 63 of the MLP-ATG Alumni's weekly themes - "Draw a pony recovering." Also - this is a free commission for neva22
who asked for "something related to Fallout:Equestria. I figured I'd kill two birds with one stone, and draw a pony from Fallout:Equestria, recovering
This picture was is meant to be an illustration of LittlePip from Fallout:Equestria, as she holes up in a cistern at the end of chapter 3. Those of you who have not read this awesomeness. Please kindly go here and receive an education:[link]
attempting to copy
awesome clean style, but I kinda went over-board with the shading as usual. Oh well, there's always next time.
The rest of you, how'd I go? I drew and shaded this in pencil, but then scanned it in, and did the background and the lighting on my Wacom. What do you think? Is this hybrid method viable? My Little Pony and associated characters are © Hasbro and Fallout 3 and likenesses © Bethesda Softworks