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VectorMare by Great-5 VectorMare by Great-5
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Over a hundred faves now! W00!!!

Now on Equestria Daily's Drawfriend #617! I honestly don't know how you EqD guys found this, but I am extremely grateful for this swell feature, and all the comments and faves I got just all of a sudden because of that. So thank you, EqD...you rock my world!

It's 2049 and Equestria's cities, forests and icecaps are fouled with toxic sludge. Ponykind has escaped to the stars, leaving mechanical "orbots" to clean up.

One powerful orbot, Raster, oversees the clean-up through a planetwide ComNet. Tragedy strikes when Discord, coming back a third time, uses his chaos magic to scramble Raster's master control circuits.

"WarHead" is born, and he stands for tyranny, hatred and oppression. By WarHead's decree, Equestria is forged into an instrument of death for the returning ponies.

VectorMare lands her space barge after delivering a load of sludge to the sun. Unhindered by evil mind control or Discord's magic, she will not rest until WarHead is defeated and Equestria is again free.

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My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic is 2010-2012 Lauren Faust AKA *fyre-flye and Hasbro
Vectorman is 1995-1996 Blue Sky Software (now defunct) and Sega
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Tim244 Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Someone please hack a Vectorman cartridge. I want to play Vectormare on my Genesis! :0
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Great-5 Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist
I presume a romhack might be a possibility, but then again I think Vectorman isn't just composed of a single sprite, he is composed of lots of little ball sprites held together with code. So you'd also have to add new scripts to the game somehow, scripts that reshape Vectorman into a four-legged equine form, AS WELL AS include the new sprites to make Vectormare.
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Tim244 Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It'd be a lot of work, I know. But wouldn't the finished game be more than awesome?
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Great-5 Featured By Owner 1 day ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Indeed it would.
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zigaudrey Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh my!That's awesome and hardcore! :-D

Good job! :D
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Great-5 Featured By Owner Jul 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Glad you like :3
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xxVectorZeroxx Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2013
that... that is pretty awesome. ponies go with everything dont they?
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Great-5 Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah I guess they do. Haters would disagree though, but screw them. Btw, ever played Vectorman for the Sgea Genesis?
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xxVectorZeroxx Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013
I find the shows voices to be too squeeky, and the stories not quite up to my taste. the characters themselves, and the art, are quite amusing, and a nice step off from reality and give me a chance to relax. they are cute, like kittens or puppies, so i keep art of them laying around on my hard drive.

the designs i quite enjoy. i espically like how i already said, the fact that you can "pony" just about everything. the unquiqe original art style is such that you can make distinct combinations of things, you know the source material, and you know the thing is MLP. i get an esp hearty chuckle when you combine excessively manly things (like halo, Spartans from the 300, or Wh40k) with ponies. the dichotomy between the two subjects is so damn far it becomes hilarious.
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Great-5 Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Nothing wrong with only liking some aspects of a given show...it's not the most common way to be a fan, but it's also not uncommon either. There are a handful of shows, games, etc. that I only like some parts of, like say, character design. I personally think the ponies' voices are adorable and beautiful, but to each his own. Anyways, how big is your MLP art folder on your hard drive? Mine is well over a gigabyte in size last time I checked, with thousands of images I've been collecting since August 2011. I am currently in the process of re-organizing my MLP images, like sorting them according to character and subject matter so I can actually FIND them in my collection. But it's a *huge* project, and I'm not even close to being done.

And yes, ponies DO go with just about anything. You kinda have to be careful about ponifying non-pony characters or mentioning MLP out of context when there are non-bronies around, I've found, because you can inadvertently start flamewars with people who often bitch and moan about how "ponies are everywhere" nowadays (well it's kinda true,) or how mentioning MLP in a non-MLP setting is somehow taboo, despite the fact that you can mention pretty much any other series out of context. I find it to be a stupid and annoying double standard, but sometimes it's best followed to avoid being trolled.

And as for the "ponies crossed over with manly things" thing, I LOVE that sort of fanart. I am a big Ponyhammer fan, because I got really big into Warhammer 40,000 about a year after I became a brony (although I have been casually into 40K since I was a lot younger, just it was mid-2012 that I really started to get into the game.) Now granted, I mostly play Dawn of War instead of the actual tabletop game, but I do have a box of half-painted Orks and Ultramarines that I never use, but intend to someday. Although Ideally I WILL learn the tabletop game rules eventually because in the next year or two, my friend and I plan on using his 3D modeling skills and his 3D printer to build a custom army based on my original sci-fi universe, which he is also a fan of. We're modeling that army, and the role of each of its units, off of the Blood Angels space marine chapter, so it will be easy to play tabletop wargames just using the Warhammer codex.
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