pony love computer
"No man has a wholly undiseased mind ;
in one way or another all men are mad.”
Yet somehow I doubt this is what he meant
Haven’t posted in a bit. Things have been going on but I’ve still drawn the occasional comic here and there so here’s some miscellaneous scribblings from the past week.
Briefly entertained the idea of ponies and their genderswaps
I was going to do one for each of the six girls in bed with their male counterpart but ran out of steam by the time I got to Applejack and couldn’t get her pose right
More of the manwhorse.
This series seems to make some people bristle because either they don’t like seeing their waifu with someone besides themselves or they resent the fact he’s a zebra which I mean I guess is just proof people can still be racist even in a land of magic marshmallowy rainbow ponies.
Rover is an interesting character. I like the Diamond Dogs in the show for being so outside of the standard of what we see, and they present an interesting dynamic for being pseudo-monstrous —an aesthetic I’m sure anyone who’s read DiveQuest knows I love to play with. Rover’s the only one that really strikes me in particular though, since the other two are a bit less interesting and more nebulous in behavior.
Rover is loud, obnoxious, insecure, easily confused, and nowhere near as important as he believes he is.
Forget Snails, if I wanted a self-insert to project onto, Rover’s a much closer match.
Snails and his hypothetical offspring, paired with each member of the mane cast.
Contrary to popular belief, most of my work with Snails is not actually intended to be trolling.
This, however, was just trolling.