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Positive Plant Potion Progress by TheFriendlyElephant Positive Plant Potion Progress by TheFriendlyElephant
Applebloom, are you trying to grow your own Jungle? 

Based off of the most recent episode where at one point, Applebloom is trying to grow an apple into a full grown tree using nothing but a special potion to speed growth up. 
I thought this was an interesting idea so I gave it a go. 

Here she tests the potion out on a Coconut, an Elephant Ear bulb and........uhhh......?a parrot plant seedling?
And the potion was a success! Making all the seedlings fully grown and waaaay to big for the pot they're in. 

"Twilight will be so proud!" she says with a big smile. 





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BarryFromMars Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
I like how you photographed this one. Also, The reds on Applebloom look nice and the "Parrot Plant" Looks flowy. I think those coconuts are rather tiny, But that's OK.
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TheFriendlyElephant Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks! I wasn't exactly sure how big a coconut was so I tried to draw them in proportion to the tree itself. 
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BarryFromMars Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
When it comes to coconuts it depends on the coconut, And in the world of MLP: FIM I do think tiny coconuts are OK.
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TheCloudchaser Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This one is really excellent! The only advice I can give is that Applebloom's head seems a little too big for her body. Scarlet Macaws are my favorite kind of parrot, by the way. I used to see them all the time at my favorite vacation spot. Good times...
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TheFriendlyElephant Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I really need to see what your vacation spot looks like. Sounds very nice if it has Macaws! Somewhere in or near South America? 

Sorry about the size of her head, i wanted her expression to be prominent and seen clearly. I tried to get her body to be as proportionate as possible by still looking cute without looking too large. 
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TheCloudchaser Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ecuador, to be precise. That's where I'm from. My family used to vacation in a place called Mangayacu, a charming little camp in a forested mountain range. There were a few open-air restaurants in the area where you could enjoy a meal with one or two Scarlet Macaws or a toucan perched on a branch nearby.  

I know what you mean about drawing a head bigger to make a facial expression clear. I made a similar mistake in my latest drawing, drawing the subject's head big enough to make his face somewhat recognizable and then having to shrink his body slightly to fit on the rest of the page. It's a mistake I seem to be making more and more often it seems. 
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TheFriendlyElephant Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Your latest drawing of Snake seems pretty proportionate. I don't really see anything wrong with him. Looks great actually! 
I don't really see it as a mistake, but an Artistic way of making something more noticeable. 
Almost like caricatures except not a as drastically deformed. 

And if I ever go on a vacation to Ecuador someday, I'll defiantly want to eat at one of those open air restaurants, that sounds really cool to see wild birds while eating. 


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TheCloudchaser Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You're too kind, Ian. To tell the truth, Snake's upper body is the right size but I shortened his legs to keep them from being cut off by the bottom of the page. It's easier to see the mistake when you compare my drawing with the original artwork, believe me. Perhaps I need a bigger sketchbook to avoid wavering between the inevitable outcomes of drawing something too big as to properly enhance the details or drawing it too small to fit on a single page. 

I've dined at some pretty ritzy establishments in my life and as great as they were, they simply can't measure up to a restaurant in the jungle that houses indigenous wildlife to enjoy your meal with!
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a6p Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
She grew the parrot, too.
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TheFriendlyElephant Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
 There might have been a Parrot egg maybe with the seedlings before she applied the potion. Probably trying it out with animals now! 

I saw your comment on Derpibooru under the same picture and you said you weren't sure if it was a Parrot. 
And it is indeed a Parrot. A scarlet Macaw to be exact. 
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