A fading dreamland.
Some princesses definitely do not dream of magic sheep. That was an interesting episode altogether, though I believe everything was just an excuse to animate Big Mac as an alicorn.
I was going to do some color splashy dreamscape with Luna anyway like I've done with Celestia, but the episode came just in time to introduce Tantabus and give the idea a little twist.
I am using your artwork in a YouTube video that combines, "Lullaby for a Princess," "Luna's Reply," and "Luna's Soliloquy" into the first Lullaby for a Princess Trio.
I have given you credit alongside the many other artists who are featured in the video. I do not intend to make money with your hard work. Please let me know if I have not given you enough credit or if you notice something I could improve.
Okay, I would add a link, but it seems to trigger a spam alert.
Just type in, "Lullaby for a Princess Trio" in YouTube, and you'll find the video there.
Hope you enjoy!
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Ever since then I've been practicing at least few hours a week on average and turned it into something I want to do in the future. So 5 (soon 6) years in digital and roughly most of my life in pencils, if that "once a few months" period counts.
That's about it in short! A little more in-depth breakdown in my Journal entry: Three long years... I guess it's time for a story.
I wish this was in a higher resolution so I could have it as a desktop wallpaper. :3
Thanks for your willingness to work with me, but I'm guessing it'd be a lot of work for you since I'm not using a "normal" monitor.
I'm currently using a monitor with 3440x1440 resolution and a 21:9 aspect ratio. :3
(and Luna? you are worthy!)
Congrats on the DD!
I love the use of colours!