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Been a really hectic time the last month or so. Just a lot of stress on top of health problems and art block on top of all that. I'm still trying to get art done, but it's slow going. The pictures for my last two commissioners are my main priority atm, I feel awful taking so long on them. Just wanted to let everyone know that I'm still alive!
Wow, I was not expecting this when I got up this morning.
I'm so very pleased, and a bit embarrassed since it's such an old work too. It's right in the middle of the period where I was developing my own semi-realistic style, so it's a bit awkward in that regard. As the case with most artists, I look at it now and there's so many things wrong with it. Snout is too short for her face being tipped down, pectorals are a bit too big. Horses are so muscular in general, it's tricky to make them realistic but still "feminine". Now I know to make it subtle, only emphasizing the bare minimum of muscles. You can draw a male pony muscular and no one will bat an eye.
To suddenly have a flood of people praising it...it means so much to me. To love my art, even this old piece with all its flaws. It was really just the kind of thing I needed to encourage me. I know I've learned so much more since then. I can do even better.
For all my new watchers, I will continue to draw the best I can and thank you so much!