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from the life Twilight by Holivi from the life Twilight by Holivi
favorite people around you, what could be better?
Hmm, well, probably not enough parents in the frameХ)
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:iconfoxtribe:
I love this! Cadence is so pretty!
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KasaixKaru Jul 27, 2013  Student Digital Artist
Reminds me of Lilo and Stitch!
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MonsturNao Sep 12, 2013  Student Artist
My thoughts exactly lol
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rainbowdash1471 Jun 18, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
I love your art! It is so amazing! Please keep doing it! :#1:
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lifeisbutavapor Apr 28, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Not gonna' cry... Not gonna' *sniff*
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SolarFlarePony Jan 23, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I love how you draw anthro ponies! :heart: They don't look creepy like lots of the other anthros I see... :XD:
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:iconthoma-san:
The MLP: FIM ponies are already anthropomorphic, but, being a stick in the mud aside, I totally love her style as well.
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Here-for-the-ponies Jul 11, 2013  Student Digital Artist
The key difference being most anthro ponies have mostly human anatomy with the exception of hooves, ears, wings, horns, and their faces, whereas the show's style gives them simplified equine anatomy and only has them exhibit anthro poses and flexibility sometimes.
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:iconthoma-san:
You speak the truth about that. Also to be noted on the subject of anthropomorphism, the show lets them talk; gives them higher mental qualities in the realms of reasoning, rational thought, etc.; and places them in a structured society that strongly reflects that of humans.
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Here-for-the-ponies Jul 11, 2013  Student Digital Artist
I actually always thought anthropomorphism was purely a physical characteristic (or set of characteristics) but I looked it up and apparently it isn't. I guess the reason I didn't think of that is that most of what we see of anthropomorphism is visual, and many times we technically can't deduce speech in many works of art.

Also, nonphysical characteristics such as human intelligence and culture complexity doesn't vary and makes the concept passive in a sense.

Interesting talk. Today has been chock full of rhetoric for me.
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