This here is the smallest comic I have made thus far, it beats out the previously smallest ones by four panels (unless you include my tumblr comics, in which case one of them is only one panel long).
I tried a slightly different style on this one, it almost the same as the 'Princess Pony Perks', and 'I've Got a Bone to Picnic' style,
P.S. I cannot believe it has been almost two months since I last made a comic... I've got to work on that. Thankfully this one didn't take but three days to make.
Edit: I nixed the darker shading for a normal style of shading.
My Little Pony: Friendship is Magicİ and it Characters both belong to Hasbroİ.
One slight problem with the style which has only appeared now (Applebloom's fault), is that because of the size of a filly's eye, the lack of a pupil is very noticeable. I am not a very good artist myself, but I might suggest making the iris a bit smaller and moving the white spots slightly towards the middle.
The 'set dressing' is great; I remember I said one of the previous pieces felt a bit cluttered in the background, but the background here is perfect. The pie and rolling pin describe the setting wonderfully, though I do wonder what Applejack and Granny were doing before Applebloom walked in. It seems as if they were simply staring expectantly at the pie.
The story and speech is executed very well. The punchline made me chuckle, which I assure you, is a very rare thing indeed. It just goes to show that real life is sometimes funnier than fiction.
~All My Best
I don't totally get it
They didn't take the money silly .
Applebloom lost it.
That's what I think messed me up.
Nah, he doesn't know about the tooth fairy yet.
Hah yeah, my mom has watched MLP before, so she would understand that these are the only characters that would suit this, but otherwise she might have also wondered why I depicted my nephew and I as femalesXD!
Haha just messsing around! Did you show it to her as a sort of "this is what I'm interested in" sort of deal?
Oh, no it wasn't like that.
My niece watches a lot of cartoons, and sometimes you can't help but to watch them as well, and MLP is one of those cartoons.