I just fell in love with art. And the way you drew her so anatomically correct, with that amazing mane and that gorgeous tail... you even did that ladylike sitting position on the chair. I don't know how to describe this as anything but perfection. Must be hard to work in such a position for hours on end.
Also, Opal looks like a bunny. That's so cute how kitten like she looks here. But hot damn you did wonders on her mane and tail. Just wow.
It's a really lovely view of the exhausted pony, so caught up in her inspiration that she really tuckered herself out. Good thing she can balance on her rolling chair and the sewing machine so well, but I'm guessing this pose is well "practiced." You matched the lovely flowing of her mane and tail with the curve and flow of her body and all the shapes and shadows. All very sleek and smooth with a slightly ethereal feeling. The high viewpoint does a sweet job letting us fully see everything that conveys the quiet mood as Rarity slumbers under the bright workshop lights. (I wonder if the artist here is often in the same situation. )
Let's just hope that Opalescence isn't planning to spoil her pony's little nap.
I like the way you've drawn the mane and tail and give them much volume. Quite interesting that you drawn her with a more realistic equine physionomy by the lenght of her body and neck. And the cute Opal.
Wow your style is absolutely beautiful and brilliant. I really love the amazing detail that you gave to her mane and tail, while also adding textures to all parts of the piece like the table! The character design is stunningly original and resonates with Rarity extremely well! I cannot emphasize enough how much I love the shading and artistic wonder that is poured into this piece! This is truly a beautiful display of grace and mastery! I very much hope to see more of your work! Great job! Kind regards, Princess Luna
Sweet Celestia. Not only this is more of your lovely somewhat surrealistic style, it's also a picture of Rarity.
That hair is amazing. Seriously. The shine, the shadow, the separate strands and individual hairs and the interplay of tone along its length... So lovely. And the body, of course: the detail and precision you put into depicting it is not lost on me. The spine, the sinews of the neck and legs, the structure of the bones, they all feel great and even somewhat lifelike despite this not being a deliberately realistic piece. The large hindquarters, the mane pattern and general body structure are quite horse-like, yet I still "feel" Rarity in this picture, this is still her—that's not something many can accomplish, at least not easily. Finally for Rarity, that face, with those lush eyelashes and that adorably short muzzle... Surprisingly cute and decidedly beautiful. Then comes the background and Opalescence. For Opal, the detail is very impressive indeed; she remains quite show-accurate despite this being a completely different style. The cloth and the table are nicely detailed, and that (obviously rather durable) chair feels impressive in terms of how much work must've gone into it. This is a very complicated angle to work with, and I commend you for that. I'll be bold enough to mention that due to this difficulty, the horn of hers seems to be angled a bit incorrectly, but only a bit. It wouldn't take much to put it straight again. Overall, the shading in this picture and its traditional-like, pastel quality is lovely. Well done, well done indeed!