Luckily, I was commisioned by a friend who lives in town and helps his brother run an antique shop that I would often come to look for old bottles and other good stuff and sometimes I would show them my artwork as they would purchase some of my paintings to sell in their shop. Well I once brought over [link]
just to show them and the guy was begging me to sell it to him. I declined, telling him the other watercolor was personal art and that I plan to send it to
for Christmas. But I did offer him to paint him another pony watercolor for his daughter which he accepted.
He said that his daughter's favorite ponies were both Rainbow Dash and Pinkie Pie. So I wanted to paint a scene of the two and I thought a nice fall scene would be fitting because it's just like that Pinkie would make all these leaf piles just to hide in until her friends pass by them to give them a nice PEEKABOO! I no longer have the original now, having it sold to my friend and given to his daughter. But I was told that his daughter adored the painting so that was awesome. Now the owner of the store is asking me to paint him Johnny Test and Dukey for his son, so it looks like I may actually do more watercolor commissions and it's great because it'll be extra money to help pay bills and stuff.
And no this isn't RainbowPie. Rainbow Dash to me will always be paired with only Fluttershy, just as Pinkie Pie is only shipped with Applejack to me. It's just two good pony pals fooling around and having fun. However you can see it as RainbowPie if ya like, I won't get mad. And sorry for the crappy cellphone photo. The paper was too large to scan on a scanner.
Well enjoy. As always, my watercolors are painted with Peacock watercolors and mixed with old coffee, only this one was painted on Stonehenge watercolor paper.
My Little Pony (c)