To celebrate Halloween, and put an end to this series of depressing pictures, I bring you a pony that I don't draw often enough, despite how much I like her. I have to admit, I am surprising myself with these ideas, and even though I say this is the end to it, it's not the end to my ideas. There is going to be sequels to all these pictures, and they will be a lot more uplifting than these ones. You can count on it.
But for now, let's enjoy some more pony getting a dose of suffering, shall we? I realized that with my last four pictures I was showing ponies in distress, helpless and about to lose their lifes. Now, I don't have any problem drawing that but I thought it was getting a bit repetitive, and when Rainbow Dash appeared in my random number generator I decided that she won't be in distress. Rainbow Dash is never in distress. Well, except for a few couple of times-anyways, what I mean to say is that I consider her too badass to be screaming for help, so I drew her the way I see her: As a badass.
Sometimes you just have to stop running away and face whatever is chasing you. One will always recomend you that, if you feel yourself overwhelmed by the situation, the best thing you can do is run away. Facing the problems up front can be a very poor idea, even moreso when the problems aren't worth the trouble. In many cases that would be true, but one can only run for a period of time before it gets tiring. You can run, run, run, but if your problems keep chasing the only thing you have left is stop running and face them. It doesn't matter how big they are. It doesn't matter how powerful they are. You just have to do it. You are tired of running away, so turn around, plant your feet on the ground, and face them. Things aren't solved by ignoring them, they are solved by solving them. So get to it.
Art by James Corck.
Rainbow Dash comes from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and belongs to Hasbro.