As promised, here’s a picture of what my fridge looks like right now.
Close-up pictures of each individual drawing are on my Tumblr.
Sweetie Belle, Apple Bloom, and Scootaloo, AKA the Cutie Mark Crusaders, AKA three annoying and stupid little girls. I’m starting to like them a little more now, but their stupidity is just shocking at times. Even for children.
Zecora is from a mysterious faraway land that has zebras (Africa) and speaks in rhyme.
Unless I get any requests, this is probably the end of the Crayon Series (pony-wise, at least). Do you guys have any requests?
Trixie has no redeeming qualities whatsoever. In fact, it’s pretty obvious the writers made her a total bitch so she could act as Twilight’s foil. And yet somehow, she has fans. I don’t get it.
Meet Lyra and Bon-Bon, two background ponies who show up all over the place. Lyra is famous for doing things like sitting on benches and crying over parasprites eating her cake. Bon-Bon is famous for showing up next to Lyra all the time. And of course, if two people appear to hang out often, they must be lesbians. This is what some fans actually believe.
HOLY SHIT IT’S A DUDE
The last one I have for now is Vinyl Scratch, the DJ pony who showed up for less than five seconds and had no lines yet instantly became one of the most popular characters.
Hold on, I have to rant about something here. (The ranting is in italics in case you want to skip my bitching.) Vinyl Scratch isn’t her official name, as she has no official name. The one most commonly used, DJ P0N-3, is the worst pony name ever. I mean, for one thing, it’s leetspeak. If you pronounce it right, you’re just calling her “DJ pony,” which is unimaginative and terrible. If you pronounce it wrong to emphasize the spelling, you’re calling her “DJ Pone Three,” which makes no damn sense. DO YOU SEE WHY THIS IS A TERRIBLE NAME, GUYS?
Okay, I’m done ranting. Vinyl Scratch is the last one I have done right now, but more are on the way.
Next up is Luna, AKA the character everyone has been wanting to make a comeback since episode 2. Like her sister, Celestia, she came out surprisingly accurate. Oops.
Those colors were a bitch to get right with my crayons, by the way. I had to mix like three obscure shades of blue for her body AND her hair. YOU BETTER APPRECIATE MY COMMITMENT.
You didn’t think I was done making these, did you?
And with Derpy Hooves, the Crayon Series comes to a close. I like to think I’ve single-handedly made the world a better place with my art.
Maybe now I can draw things that aren’t ponies.