I really like this. It's so simplistic, and yet the little aspects are so endearing. The way you convey the theme of "adventure" is really interesting, with the transition from two different lightings (inside and outside the forest?), into brighter days. The way pinkie bounces out of the picture is so characteristic of her, and is really what first catches my eye here. It feels like My Little Pony, rather than a lot of fan art out there. It makes me happy. There are a few technical issues I could try to pick out, though. I don't really like how the green rim lighting is handled on pinkie. It's a little inconsistent, especially on the head. I also wish Gummy were better defined. I understand it was a stylistic choice, but the transition from Pinkie, who's very solid, to the very very loosely drawn Gummy is a bit too jarring for me. Some of the other loose background elements just look sloppy, too. The lizard in front of and further from the audience than Pinkie especially. That said, there's a lot to love about this. The pallet is fantastic, and put to good use. Even though the background elements feel fairly monochromatic, there's not really any wont for color diversity. The surrealty of the background is wonderful, and a really good choice I think: just enough context to create a simple story in the viewer's mind, while maintaining a simplicity that keeps it true to a My Little Pony feel. Pinkie's face is adorable. The brush strokes, also, really give this a great feeling--each one deliberate and evident. Good job on this!