I did a lot of searching for a flower to name the queen, before settling on knautia (a kind of honeysuckle), partly because the flower looked kind of like one I'd already created for the old Flutter Valley set and so I didn't need to do much to design her cutie mark. Her manestyle was more difficult, involving multiple layers and a lot of careful alignment; for her attendants I just recolored the background flutterponies I'd already done to match G1 toys that I hadn't used yet. I envision her sounding a bit like a higher-pitched version of Queen Novo.
I renamed Yoda's escort to make them a bit more pony-sounding: in the cartoon they're Thire, Rys, and Jek, but here they're Fire (in red), Raze (yellow), and Joker (green). In the early CW episodes, of course, they didn't do a lot to visually distinguish the clones from each other, but later on they started adding haircut variations, scars, tattoos, and armor decals to make it easier to tell them apart. I suppose it wasn't actually necessary in this case since on page 4 I give Joker a rocket launcher, but by that point I'd already done the colors.
Fluttershy is going to be a bit more traditional in this story, since she doesn't have Twilight around to trigger her this time. Still, expect her to struggle a bit to rein in her rage issues.Next PagePrevious PageStar Mares: The Pone Wars #6 - First PageStar Mares: The Pone Wars #5 - First PageStar Mares: The Pone Wars #4 - First PageStar Mares: The Pone Wars #3 - First PageStar Mares: The Pone Wars #2 - First PageStar Mares: The Pone Wars #1 - First PageStar Mares: The Original Series - First PageTrope me.