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Small Talk by TheArtrix Small Talk by TheArtrix
Here's a little something I've been working on during the weekend and finished it today. The concept is fairly simple; just a scenic image of Twilight and Applejack having a little conversation while using their modes of transportation. Felt like drawing with nice lighting and fall season late in the evening is very suited for that.

And here it is for your childish amusement, enjoy.
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:iconbrongaar:
John Deere, eeyup.. I kept my John Deere Key... nothing is safe muahahahaha! joking y'all.
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lonelynightrain Feb 20, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Amazing work!
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:icontenko72:
Great scene and I like the traveling idea.
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DitzyKitt Jan 31, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
Aw it's nice to see a simple yet cute scene for MLP. Nice work ^^
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benjaminpotter Jan 16, 2014  Hobbyist Filmographer
nice work 
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TheSUNGlassKid Oct 19, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
I always like morning/evening shots.
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:iconprototypespacemonkey:
Could tell where this was from immediately from the sign and the... ehm... "fietssuggestiestrook" The english language just doesn't have a word to fully describe this glorious invention.
Great piece of work!
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TheArtrix Oct 15, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
It's probably okay to just call them "bicycle lanes" as they are known as throughout the Anglosphere. Dedicated roads for bicycling are commonly referred to as "bicycle paths". It is true that the road as depicted here is a relatively recent thing on country roads seen in the Netherlands and Belgium, and I think the majority of motorists don't know how to properly use them.

And thanks.
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