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You are Mine by smilingDOGZ You are Mine by smilingDOGZ
I think I've been reading too much Sunstone lately..... NAH!

If you don't know what that is here is a Link. A little warning  though if your not into BDSM or any mature stuff do not proceed.
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:iconeonorteashadowmaster:
Sunstone, eh?  I thought I recognized Shiniez's style here.
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:iconthatbronywithglasses:
Damnit, nothing is safe from R34. 

Seriously. Nothing is totally safe from it. Because if you do something with it, it becomes something.
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:iconwarmandude7:
This isn't really R34, since that means "Porn of everything". This isn't porn at all.
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:iconthatbronywithglasses:
If things kept progressing... you get the idea, it is more about what is implied
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1. Some canon information to clear up the "ages & relations" commentary (&/or confusion)...  ;)


 ~ a. Spike was hatched by Twilight Sparkle's powerful magics, but it was Princess Celestia that raised Spike until he was of age & growth enough to assist Twilight Sparkle in her studies & duties.


 ~ b. Princess Celestia assigned Spike to be Twilight Sparkle's assistant once he was old & able enough to begin doing such duties.  Conversely, Princess Celestia charged Twilight Sparkle to be Spike's caretaker (note: not "parent" or "sibling").


 ~ c. While the ages of the primary pony cast are deliberately left "imprecise" (though Lauren Faust envisioned them between "12 to 17"), there is a generalized age-&-maturity range for them.

  • Applejack & Rarity are the "eldest." (note "quotations")
  • Fluttershy & Rainbow Dash are the same age in the "middle."
  • Pinkie Pie & Twilight Sparkle are the "youngest" among the circle of friends.  Twilight being more "mature" in attitude because of her prodigy nature and role as leader of the Elements of Harmony.  {Which now also includes being an alicorn princess too, I suppose.}
  • Spike & Twilight Sparkle are "close" in age-per-year because Twilight applied to Princess Celestia's School for Gifted Unicorns at a very early (filly-)age at the time when she magically hatched Spike.


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Dogz777 ...


2. Art-wise, you have markedly improved upon portraying Spike.


 ~ a. The thick locks and "soft" forward-mohawk are definitely a vast improvement over the previous version of the backwards-mohawk and buzz-cut.  Likewise, the dark-green & light-green of previous hair clashed, the current all green is much more visually acceptable to the eyes.


 ~ b. Clothing, with its canon coloring to baby-dragon Spike, are much improved as well.  Keeping the pants a neutral color (such as dark blue or black) is probably the better choice over trying to color them green & purple


 ~ c. Human-Spike's lanky, but still fit, figure is also a good artistic call, since Spike can get his "beefcake" via his dragon-form.  Lanky is good, you do not want "thin," however.  Spike should also be significantly stronger than he appears to be, even in human form.  Just as we see baby-dragon Spike being able to lift-&-carry masses & weights far in excess to his size, this should be reflected in your human-form Spike as well as dragon-form.  An example between the two would be human-Spike being able to lift a toppled oak dresser off of Rarity single-handedly, where-as dragon-Spike would shield Twilight Sparkle from a burning & collapsing building and then dig them both out from under all the wreckage.



3. A minor artistic detail refinement...  It took me a few visual passes to figure out that Twilight had used her magic to lock the door.  While the purple "Chck" is a good detail in matching Twilight's magic-use, I might suggest adding a small glow or spark emanating from the keyhole as well to reinforce that it has been magically locked.  Otherwise, it is a very good artistic call on keeping the colors oriented to their appropriate character, it gives clear visual direction to the audience.


4. From a storytelling perspective, it is a good idea to include both the Twilight Sparkle & Spike 'ship as well as the Spike & Rarity 'ship {portmanteau'x make my eyes twitch}.  One of the most iconic storytelling tools is the Love Triangle.


5. As a creative suggestion...  If you really want to add some story-twist and drama in the Romance field of your (overall) story, you could use an additional Love Triangle which would (partly) overlap between the Twilight-Spike-Rarity triangle.  This would be adding the also-popular Applejack & Rarity 'ship.  With an Applejack-Rarity-Spike Love Triangle, this gives Rarity her own personal character drama & screen time as well.

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PurpleSquidz Feb 8, 2014  New member
If you payed attention, I believe Pinkie Pie is actually one of the older characters,and spike is a baby, as Twlight said.
Re-watch it x3
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When you live to the point that a 100 yr nap is normal, baby is a pretty relative term. Especially since Magic Kindergarten is when Celestia's School for Gifted Unicorns starts.
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:iconpendrake47:

If you want to get canon-technical, Pinkie Pie is referred as being younger than her fellow Elements, most specifically Fluttershy (Fluttershy is +1 year older than Pinkie Pie).  Likewise, Applejack and Rarity have referred to Pinkie Pie as a younger ("kiddo", "young lady").  But as I said, the specific numeric ages are deliberately left "imprecise" by the MLP:FiM production crews and writing teams.

As for Spike, Twilight refers to him being a baby in terms of dragon maturity, but he is (obviously) far more in maturity compared to ponies to his numeric age.  Thus why I specifically said Spike and Twilight are "close" (the word used by Lauren Faust, not me) in terms of age-per-year, numerically speaking, not by maturity or by racial difference.  However, Spike is indeed the very youngest (again, age-per-year) among the primary cast.

The canon information I posted is from the canon wikia's, the comic books, and Tweet references by Lauren Faust, Meghan McCarthy, and others of the MLP:FiM writers.

So "yes, I paid attention."  ;)

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Or Twidash. You know, Dash with Twi. The beloved hero of the masses, bathing in the lights of praise and glory, and the feared/hated anti-hero of the shadows, walking alone and fighting alone. If it weren't for Dash later in the story that is. ;P
That and Twidash is as if not more popular than Rarijack so that is a fair idea as well to consider if Dogz want to think about an additional love triangle. That is if Spike will even be in love with Rarity. I would like to read some comics where he isn't a puppy in love with Rare... <.<
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Actually...  I specifically avoided the Twilight Sparkle & Rainbow Dash 'ship for creative suggestion, for two (2) reasons:

 - 1st: Dogz777 already has the Love Triangle intended with involving Twilight->Spike<-Rarity.

 - 2nd: To use characters besides Twilight Sparkle.


My creative suggestion for an add-on of the Applejack->Rarity<-Spike Love Triangle gives those characters their own separate screen time and drama.  Good storytelling with a multiple primary cast means taking care not to overly center around one specific character.


But if you want to get into brony-dom demographics ;) , the popular Romantic categories & 'ships are...

 - 1st: "The One who was Always There" Romance ~ Fluttershy & Rainbow Dash, Twilight Sparkle & Spike; Generally speaking for the category itself, it is hard not to love this particular theme of Romance.

 - 2nd: "Opposites Attract" Romance ~ Rarity & Applejack, Twilight Sparkle & Rainbow Dash

 - 3rd: "Love at First Sight" Romance ~ Spike & Rarity


Personally, I try to avoid getting too involved with 'shipping, despite my love of a good Romance (pun intended).  But with brony-dom, that is like trying to avoid fish in the oceans.  :D

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