Another last-minute print, this time of Starlight Glimmer because her voice actress is gonna be present! This one isn’t finished yet though; I need to add shading and highlights before it’s finished. o3o
So this is kind of a visual reference of sorts. If you’ve watched the show Inuyasha, did you know Kelly Sheridan (Starlight’s voice) is also the voice of the demon huntress Sango? I used to watch Inuyasha all the time when I was a kid, Sango being one of my favorite characters, and when I heard Starlight speak I always knew something was familiar about it. Welp, there it is, hence why she’s in a ponified version of Sango’s armor! I might actually implement this into headcanon somehow, but I’m not entirely sure… hm. Well anyway, I hope you like it so far! c:
When I met @caustizer
at BronyCon last month he gave me several ideas for short comics like
this one. I would have posted my paper sketch which I did shortly after
the Con, but I thought the concept deserved to be drawn digitally ^^ He also gave me some more ideas for OC-based stories (like those Lukida comics I did), which I might draw in future ;)
Mod Note: Chapter 2 page 1 “Mistakes made by inexperience” I could use more questions. This is the following morning, RIGHT AFTER the events of chapter 1. Artwork done by: @ask-professor-ponyarity Story Written by the mod: William S. Featuring @askpun @ask-acepony
The world of movies (and comedy) will never be the same again.
This ingeniously creative man has left a legacy of great movies, great performances, and great characters, and in my humble opinion the best one of all is Mr. John Keating from “Dead Poets Society”.
This movie shows how a teacher’s passion for his job, which is to look after and nurture future generations of students to be the best they can be, can drive him to the highest peaks and the lowest of pitches, yet the ups and downs of life don’t make him enjoy the ride any less. Through the best and the worst, it’s the inspiration we give in others and the one that we get back what makes us keep going forward.
Very much like how Robin Williams inspired an entire generation of actors, artists, comedians, and people in general, always with that perennial smile on his face, and a joke in his pocket.