Well, my friend, seeing you delve into the subject of designing and painting humanized ponies is an event that most certainly brings a lot of joy to my heart, and a very BIG smile to my face!
Your sweet, humanized design of this meekly adorable pony girl is quite the lovely treat to gaze upon indeed. And I must say, the fantastic wardrobe design and composition that you have brought to life for Fluttershy here sporting her refreshing outfit inspired by the graceful fashion designs of the 70s, an era enamored in subjects dealing with very "Fluttershy-esque" feelings like peace and love, truly fits her trademark character persona in the most impeccable of ways; all the way down to the cutie mark design embroidering the hip of her pants. ^^
And of course, what could be more perfect than having this nature-loving pony girl surrounded by the natural, meadow-like setting that she adores so much, brought forth in all its splendor by your masterfully artistic hands? The sunlight beaming down onto the scene adds such a nice feeling of warmth to the piece, and the addition of the butterflies adorning the scene as well only adds that much more perfection to your fabulous design of your latest artistic masterpiece. ^^
Once again, my friend it's quite the awesome pleasure indeed getting this great chance to see your first endeavorings into the sweet subject of humanized/anthro ponies. And might I say, that your initial excursions into this subject here were undoubtedly quite the SENSATIONAL artistic triumph indeed!
Thanks so much for sharing another smile-inducing painting masterpiece with us, buddy!
Haha Yes, I figured that your sweet, 70s style design on her lovely wardrobe was intentional, my friend. As always, you never fail to find the absolute PERFECT compositions for your characters and settings, and evoking the absolute BEST vibes and feelings in each and every beautiful masterpiece that you create!
But of course, that's why I call you the absolute BEST at what you always so awesomely do after all, buddy!
Very nice, you did a good job making her more humanized/anthropomorphic while keeping plenty of her pony-traits in tract to still keep her familiar looking. I also like how you have her cutie-mark on her pants, so it's still visible. The bellbottoms are very cute, and suit her. I also like how she's holding her hair/mane.
The background is also quite gorgious, very good lightening effects, and forest-y. Reminds me of the Lost Woods from Zelda kinda.