She needs a second wing, and some work on the hind legs.
The brush you are using looks odd,with vertical lines going through your lines.
You have the form down, but you should work on your fundamentals. It looks like you very closely referenced some vectors. Go to fyre-flye's deviantart page and examine how she does her cartoony lines. Try to emulate those loose, long, but controlled curves to inject energy, emotion, and "marshmallowiness" into your ponies.
You're obsessed with "detail" and "fidelity" over stylization. May as well not be a pony.
I have no idea how to vector
Use Google to find a guide.
>tfw you're artwork is so shitty you don't even qualify for bad critique.
just post it. I will give you a comment.
I don't know where to start. Never did anything drawing wise, so it all seems too overbearing.
Find a book about perspective. Like "Perspective made easy" for instance.
First off, don't draw in low resolution, it makes your brush strokes look weird and cramps the amount of area you can draw in. Start a new image in your native resolution at the very least.
You're sorely lacking in perspective. Try looking up one and two point perspective or follow the resource below.http://www.conceptart.org/forums/showthread.php?t=181436#.UWa31qKL34Y
Also I just realized this post is 3 months old, fuck me.>>4332http://www.squidoo.com/how-to-draw-learn#module164479096
Also look at the sticky on this board.
Start watching an episode, stop it when you see an expression you like. Draw the face.
3 months old, and I still saw your wonderful critique, (I got better)
>not on first page
let's fix dis shit
Sad to say that nobody uses it.