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MLP: LUNA by FOERVRAENGD MLP: LUNA by FOERVRAENGD
After looking at drawings of Princess Luna, I think a typical scene-haircut would fit her. Just giving her that "subcultural" look somehow represents her story; being jealous of her older sister and feeling unappreciated. Just like many teenagers out there probably feel.

And even if Luna do have a dark hue in her original "form". I gave her pale skin to make it look like she's a nocturnal person; she is active at night where she cannot get any dark tan.

And no, I didn't want to give her a tiara. My painting skills are for now only limited to portraits. In the future, I shall practice more on how to paint clothing in a realistic way.

Next pony I do will probably be Celestia. Stay tuned!

tools: corel painter 11

MLP-Characters I've done this far:
RARITY
APPLEJACK
FLUTTERSHY
PINKIE PIE
RAINBOW DASH
TWILIGHT SPARKLE
PRINCESS LUNA
PRINCESS CELESTIA
ZECORA
DISCORD
SPIKE
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Critique by KennyLover33 Dec 12, 2011, 12:40:28 PM
This is a beautifully done version of Princess Luna as a human, and one of the best. The shading and the details were really well, and this is very realistic, and it really matches her calm personality (season 1). The cool colors of her hair gives it a really nice touch. Though, I do recommend that if you draw her again, make sure you add a flip to the bottom of her hair, and making her have a crown much like the pony Luna, so it can be more recognized and more looking like the pony Luna. But other than that, It is really good. I hope you will continue with your human pony artwork as new characters are introduced to the series :)
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