Out of all of your MLP wallpapers, this one is, sadly, the least appealing. I'm not sure why, it may be a combination of things (the background, the silouette, the pose, etc?) or it may just be me, but I prefer the other 5 of the Mane
I'm always trying to improve, so thanks for the feedback. This was the second piece of the series, so I was still developing this style at the time. The others are better themed to their characters, whereas this is more abstract. I may do a different Twilight in the future.
Thanks! When I looked for MLP wallpapers, I couldn't seem to find one that I was truly content with. Don't get me wrong -- there are some amazing artists out there with great wallpapers -- but I didn't manage to find any to my personal liking. So, I decided to make ones I would use
Stay tuned for more! Celestia is up next, and eventually the rest of the main cast.
Can i use your wallpaper for our french site about Friendship is Magic? We have a section on our gallery for wallpapers ([link]). We want to create in France a place for the french fans and for the childrens, they can find somes arts, coloring etc in security... We credit you with the link of this page But if you dont want we remove it^^
This was created with a tablet and Photoshop. The tablet gives me control for creating the brush-like strokes in the background, and for general coloring. Photoshop provides the use of layers and the ability to blend them together, as well as vectors to create clean shapes (Twilight's silhouette), and filters to render artistic effects (used on the background).
Lovely work! The outline of her body is so beautifully crisp against this coloured background. Nice feeling it has, orderly yet chaotic with those lines and colours. The black splatters and lines around Twi together with the purple glow around the front make her appear even more sharply defined, and the pointed yet softly rounded lines of her hooves and mane and tail and... well, everything are just great. You've managed a wonderful effect here, maker. Well done! Well done indeed!