Over-all, a job very well done. It matches the style of the pony world, as well the colors are very deep. The lines are correct, the over-all figure very well crafted. The eyes are quite lovely, as well, I might as well add. Though, the impact of the work is limited due to the simplicity of the color scheme - as deep and fluid as they are, the more color is added to a My Little Pony piece, the more it sticks out - such as Rainbow Dash, in this instance.
As well, I put the vision on it as a three-point-five due to some spots seem to be blurred in this part. It may have been an error, or some sort, as well the over-all layout, I believe, could sue some improvement. On the case, originality is quite well-done, if I may say so - the color scheme, as well as the over-all look of the piece is very unique in the world. The way the smile and eyes match makes it a very good piece, though could use some improvement. As for technique, I am no illustrator, so it would be wrong of me to say that I could do better - and I doubt a lot of people could. Though, I put the technique at a four due to some minor problems with the over-all picture of the pony: the tail seems more akin to a fox, and the nose appears somewhat too... swollen, you can say. Again, it is a very well-done piece, and the detail is good.
Though, speaking of detail, it could be possible to add more onto the body, hair, and tail of the pony in this case - the more the better, in my opinion.
Thank you so much for the detailed critique.
Yes, I did miss a few parts of correcting the blur lines. I tried to give it a "foggy" appearance.
For the fox-like tail, that was on purpose. The owner of the pony had the design, so I gave it a crescent moon look, as her name is Midnight referring to the moon.
Thanks so much for that! I'll keep working on it!
You are more than welcome. I try to simply point out some flaws to make you better as an over-all artist. As well, how did you manage to put that option on your work, if I may ask?
Like, do you know how you asked for critique? How do you add that to your works?
First, you need to have a Premium Membership. If you have that then you can use it.
When you submit your artwork, near the bottom above the ratings you can check the box that allows for critiques.