Last one of his Wild West comissions which I greatly enjoyed drawing. For the last one, Fernindt and I went back and forth a couple of times. His ideas was much better than mine (Trixie as a Can-Can girl, though saucy it doesn't fit her showmare image), so here you have an old timey poster of Trixie selling her multifunctional snake oil, perfect to cure every single ailment that might affect you. It can also make you strong as a minotaur, and fast as a bullet. That is, if you don't die from food poisoning or something worse after drinking it. Seriously, did snake oil ever worked on people, or was it all just a massive placebo? Tell me in the comments, I'd love to know!
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Art by James Corck.
Concept by Fernindt.
The Great and Powerful Trixie comes from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and belongs to Hasbro.