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This group is for all who really like or love My Little Pony: Friendship is magic.
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If you want to put up art here you must be a member first!
The art must have been done by you!
Please put up finished art that you are really proud of!
Do not put up traditional sketches unless they're very detailed!
Please choose the right folder to submit art!
If you choose the wrong folder the picture will be removed!
If you do upload a sketch, it must be good scanned and not a photograph or blurry!
If your art is removed, don't resubmit it!
Be kind to all!
You can put up 2 pieces of art per week!
No literature, only art!
No blurry and to dark pictures only good quality art!
No killing, bloody or gore art!
ONLY PONIES IN THIS GROUP no art from other shows at all!
This is how it looks right now, I still working on it but hope you enjoy this group!
Have a nice day or a good night! HUG!
Good artists in this group with good pony art! Take a look! ^^
Fluttershy's FriendThe day is beautiful. The ponies play in the sunlight, but one weeps and cries to her teddy bear. In the cold corner of a cottage on the edge of the Everfree, a certain pegasus cries.Fluttershy's Friend by Cicklefron
"Why did you leave me?" She asks herself this very question over and over. "Why did you leave me?" Over and over she weeps into her teddy bear. Thinking it could be the friend she lost.
The closet is cold, and dusty. She doesn't care. The cold feels like a warm embrace compared to the loneliness of her lost friend. Dust cakes her eyes, making her almost blind. "I could've stopped it." A little spider crawls down her mane. She shakes. That little spider makes it for the darkness of its hidden web.
She then looks at a spot on the wall. She thinks back to the days when they would play together. Her mind thinks back to a happier time when it was only them and nobody else. Ponies would say, hi, but they weren't as sincere as her friend's company. She was the only one that truly understood her sorrow.
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