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No Praseodymium Celestia, She's Gone by Parclytaxel No Praseodymium Celestia, She's Gone by Parclytaxel
Princess Celestia: Have no fear, ponies. With my mane corrected by ~SirCxyrtyx, I have total confidence that you will be able to defeat Discord... with these!
(She opens the Elements box, which turns out to be empty)
All: [gasp]
Discord: No praseodymium Celestia, she's gone... wait, what?

Reference image (Reddit Matroska-S2E1-7:34) | Colour scheme | SVG source | Tumblr | MLPFIM by Hasb. / L.Faust / DHX-Vanc.
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:iconwilson8787:
I used this here: [link]
Thanks!
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Dragnmastralex May 14, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I see Princess Celestia has seen the new EQG trailer finally
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linkart29 Jan 9, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
[link]

Hey! Finished already! You should give it a look, if you want ;)
Thanks again!
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linkart29 Jan 8, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Hi! Hey, Would I be able to use this vector for something :3?
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Parclytaxel Jan 8, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I encourage everyone to use my vectors - no need to ask, since they're licensed CC-BY-NC-SA 3. I need a link to the original image and require that the derivative be non-commercial, but those are the only two restrictions.
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linkart29 Jan 8, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Don't worry :) I'll follow the conditions. Thanks!
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:iconsircxyrtyx:
I'm very excited that you used the #MLP-VectorClub sanctioned color guide, but there's something I noticed in her mane and tail. You correctly have the blue turn into light green, but the dark green does not also do that. The dark green should have a gradient from dark to light green, so that when the blue turns to green, it blends into the green stripe next to it. This can be seen in the the reference image.

An additional note on the color guide. It gets updated now and then, so it would be more useful to link to the folder containing it [link] , since that will always have the most up-to-date version. In fact, there have been several additions and corrections since the one you linked was put out.
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Allthestuffilike94 Nov 18, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
What's that mean?
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