1. [link] 2. Straight enough. 3. Big is better. You're arguing stylistic choice. 4. Again, stylistic choice.
I try to keep it accurate to the show, but I like also like to add my own style: bigger eyes, bigger ears, smaller snouts, smaller mouths, etc. If you don't like it, then that's your problem. If I wasn't trying to keep it close to the show's style, I'd be drawing anthro and giving them obvious non-canon traits (that don't further the hentai plot, that is).
You read it however you want to. If I remember to, I'll try to write the dialogue in how the way the pony might say it. Otherwise, the text is there to tie the scenes together. If you don't like it, then replace it with however you think the pony would say it.
Your criticisms would be OK if I were writing a serious comic/fan-fic. But I'm not.
1. Too bad. It stays. And I will continue to do it since it bothers you. Most people who have problems with my art can't stop looking at it, so I got no worries about losing a viewer. 2. Doesn't bother me. Seems to bother you a lot, so it stays. 3. If I wanted to make exactly like the show's style, I might as well just copy and paste bases. You don't know what cognitive dissonance is, so please don't use it to think you're smart. 4. Nope. Draw your own pony comic if you feel that mine aren't up to par. Oh that's right, you can't draw. Funny how that works, huh?
Wow, you're kinda stupid. People say that I draw my ponies cuter than the shows because of the bigger eyes and ears and smaller nose and mouths. It's a style choice. If you're worried about proportions, go to the anime artist people and tell them about how their proportions suck. 0/10 trolling. You're butthurt about my art, and you've been so on Twenty Percent Cooler for months now. I can't put my finger on why, but I think it's because you're jealous that you can't draw.
Well shit, I better change my style to reflect YOUR personal taste. And I do want to see you do better. Maybe then I may take your advice. If you're giving me art advice while you aren't able to draw, then why should I take them?
I don't know why you're extremely butthurt. You've been trolling for a long time. But don't stop, because it amuses me.
I remember you commissioning gay pony art from me. Was it because I stopped taking your commissions? Idiot.
I like keeping it close to the show's style by not making them anthro and keeping the coloring style similar, but I like to inject a little of my own style into it. Otherwise, I might as well be using MLP bases. The way I do it is to make them "cuter" by giving them bigger eyes, bigger ears, and smaller snouts and mouths.
And what, is that supposed to get me to start drawing genitalia or something? If you don't like the way it looks, then that's your problem. You are arguing a stylistic choice, which is why I don't care for them. Also, I don't remember shoving my art in your face. If you don't like the style, then don't look at it.
Who the hell cares? I'm not going to go back and fix it just to ease your neurosis. If it doesn't bother me, then I'm not going to fix it.
When someone tells me something that is objectively wrong ("you forgot to color in one of their legs", "her cutie marks is backwards", "eye color is wrong", "text is hard to read", etc.), then I change it or acknowledge the mistake. What YOU and some other people are doing is criticizing based on personal preference. You want genitalia or you want me to draw them a certain way. No. YOU do that.
And, like I said, you've been a dickhead to me way before this (on TPC). The difference was that I didn't know you were the one who commissioned the gay pony drawings from me until you posted your butthurt on my dA.
I take criticism fine. You aren't criticizing me. You are expressing your butthurt at me. You're not the only one. I always get people who "criticize" me for not drawing genitalia on my ponies, or drawing them in bondage or in sexually explicit manners. This isn't criticism. It's butthurt. And the few criticisms that might be criticisms are nitpicky things that does show that you're, in fact, butthurt.
You're the only one who thinks my ponies borders on the "uncanny valley". Most people say that I draw it in a cute way. If you have a problem with it, then don't look at it. Again, because YOU don't like my art, YOU feel that I need to change it. How is that not suggesting that I change my style?