this is a amazing piece of work it just realy makes me sad for pinky of her and dealing with the pinky clones and how her clones just want to have fun but the real pinky wants her freinds happy realy great work and this is geting a bit to long so bacicly i love it and should have lots of favs and loves Pinky is best pony but if you think differntly i have 3 words to say LOVE AND TOLLERANCE sorry about all these spelling errors lol but srsly this is awsome and your awsome for making this
I like the concept of this, how she is surrounded by lots of copies of herself and still feels so lonely. You did a good job. But still I think this drawing could use a little more contrast. That's just me, I might be wrong
God, Pinkie was so unjustified in that episode. I thought she made a bunch of real commitments, not just wanted more "fun." Like if she pinkie-promised AJ she'd help with the barn, and did the same to another friend for a relevant task, IE not sunbathing or picnicking.
Good episode, half of the message delivered. She also needs to understand that her actions can also be disruptive and needs to pace herself, else she'll earn everyone's ire because of her bouncy, often annoying nature. Also to take everything in moderation.
I thought the message was delivered just fine without any problems.... the fact that we got to see Pinkie Pie keeping a strong will power throughout that paint dry sequence just to prove to her friends she's the real one in order to be with them again was just undoubtably heart-warming.
Well...I do love the episode, but I can't help but be alarmed they risked
Pinkie Pie didn't sit through the paint dry sequence "just" to prove to her friends she was the real one. She could've been zapped, easily, and...what, exactly? Well, probably never see her friends again.
Also, mostly because Pinkie (and everypony) got the idiot ball, she also had to prove to herself that she was the real one.
My question is: where's the hurry? Why not just round the Pinkies up and CAREFULLY determine which one was the real one? What if the other Pinkies, destructive though they were, could've been integrated into society (and if they couldn't -and I don't think they really could, they failed the test just to cut up over the stupidiest manner-, then WHY is it so hard to figure out which Pinkie is the real one?)
I mean...they let the CHANGELINGS go, but not these?
Also, I'm not sure exactly WHY the spell would send the real Pinkie back. Can Twilight banish anyone with this spell?
I'm not letting it ruin my appreciation for the show, but...I'm going to have to say that deadline fever fucked up this episode, hard. The subtext and possibilities of the ending are just horrifying.
No argument here on how the rest of the episode was delivered, just felt if they worded the letter a tiny bit, would of been better. Though my biggest gripe is just the beginning, right before the intro. Nothing in particular with it, just felt like they were pushing everything along a bit quicker than necessary.