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:iconwarriorsfan97:
WarriorsFan97 Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2016
Are you open with any requests, your way of making mlp scenes like theses area awesome ^_^
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KlarkKentThe3rd Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2016
If only you uploaded that new Luna sketch here, I would favourite it.
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PixelKitties Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
It's actually already on my DA right here! 
My Little Sunshine Redux by PixelKitties
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Racesgirl2000-1 Featured By Owner Mar 29, 2016  Student Artist
Can you do either 1950s ponies or 1980s ponies please?
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PixelKitties Featured By Owner Apr 5, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
I do quite a bit of both of those, just haven't added anything new in a while!
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:iconracesgirl2000-1:
Racesgirl2000-1 Featured By Owner Apr 6, 2016  Student Artist
Okay, I understand
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catz537 Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
So...do you use some sort of vector program to make these? You make them exceptionally fast. Or at least, you submit them fast
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PixelKitties Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
A couple reasons.  With new stuff, after five-ish years of ponies I have A LOT of assets in my bag of tricks.  When I don't have to create new rocks, trees, hoverboards, teacups or giant robots from scratch all the time it speeds up the process a lot.  The other reason is that I have a huge backlog of unreleased stuff that I've been posting lately in an effort to get back in the habit for Season 6.  
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catz537 Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I see...and your drawings are very show-accurate, so you do have a vector program?
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PixelKitties Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
I use a few different things.  Most of it I do in Photoshop using a combination of the pen tool and creating weighted arcs out of circles and sphere shapes- which means in the end my stuff isn't really vector-based.  When I do need something with a bit more control I use a free program called Inkscape.  It's extremely powerful and versatile, comparable to Illustrator for most of my purposes. 
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