No problem. And I kinda feel bad now since this place alongside Canterlot, Ponieville, Everfree Forest, The Crystal Empire and basically all of the other places on Equestria ( I'm referring to the entire planet ) got incinerated and dam freaking destroyed in one of my storylines, and the entire planet being turned into a hellesh world and the ALL of the ponies and the other inhabitants were forced to leave, yes LEAVE into another world and leaving there now twisted world behind. And I guess you'll probably now want me to tell you HOW THE HECK ALL OF THIS HAPPENED ! and where did they go, right ?
Alright, but to still give you an idea, basically all of this happened because the mane 6 alongside the Elements disappeared and reached into the world in where everybody else will eventually come, and because of there disappearance Equestria remained vulnerable and this was the perfect opportunity for an evil that has been hiding and plotting in Tartarus for near 1000 years, waiting for such a opportunity to appear, and as soon as the news arrived and broke from Tartarus and attacked, Equestria didn't stood much of a chance, not even with the alicorns, being completely overwhelmed by the never ending attacks and armies. And all of this happened without the mane 6 knowing, having there own problems to deal with, and only when the princesses arrived, the cruel reality was revealed but it was already to late and thus a mass exodus started, slowly but surely.
And if you're wondering where did they arrived, well here's a small clue: three letters back.
Oh dang this is gorgeous lighting! Scootaloo's colors look so vibrant! imo Those somewhat-sloppy lines in the foreground are making the whole picture seem less finished, and I think it would be nicer if Scoots and RD were just a bit larger to help vary the sizes in the composition. Well done!
was gonna write a crit for ya but then DA screwed up and i lost the whole thing =/ so hers the short version: its a nice image with great composition, just be careful of the amount of things in the scene cause they can break it or make the image too busy but thee is a great focus to this piece so keep this level up
The best thing about this image is the sense of space and light! Like little Scoots, I just wanna get out there! Your use of the blue palette with the little sparks of other colors really sold this image to me.
I appreciated how you retained the iconic "swirls" found in the series' artwork. In a way, it plays off of the implied Greek mythological background for the pegasus ponies.
Best of all, it doesn't come off like "Canterlot in the Clouds." The softness of the image reminds us that we are, like Captain Nemo, "Mobilis in mobili," moving within a mobile element.