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Queen of Exposition by Reginault Queen of Exposition by Reginault
Vector traced from S02E26 of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, owned by Hasbro.

It takes more than supreme shapeshifting skills to subjugate a species; a Queen of the Changelings must be able to supply a proper narrative to accompany her conquest!

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OceanRailroader Featured By Owner May 12, 2014
I used it in this artwork oceanrailroader.deviantart.com…
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OceanRailroader Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2014
I used this for this artwork oceanrailroader.deviantart.com…
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Deathirst Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Just letting you know that I used this for a background kind of thing for my MLP Color guide

Thanks for making this awesome vector :)
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ZuTheSkunk Featured By Owner Jun 29, 2013
Do you think you could update the colours with the ones from our newest colour guide, please? [link] :)
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xenoneal Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2012
Great job with the wings, I'm sorry to say all my experiments in inkscape with transparency have ended in failure. Oh, and love the title, never thought of that before, but you nailed it on the head!
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Reginault Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2012
Yeah, the wings took as long as the rest of the vector. I ended up drawing filled shapes (bezier curves on both sides of the stroke instead of a thickened stroke) for the border of the wings, drawing a shape that overlapped with that as the fill, then using the Path > Exclusion (or was it Difference?) to clip them to where they didn't overlap. Then I had to do an Exclusion for the ovals (again, using filled shapes and not thick strokes, which was annoying having to overlap the two ends) to clip them out.

I was unamused with how Inkscape handled transparency, clipping and thick strokes.

Any changes to the shape forced me to redo the Path, and I used some gradient fills to smooth out the overlaps... Never again, Chrysalis!
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