This piece is very adorable. The expression upon Rainbow Dash's face really highlights her very innocent and childish discomfort as Fluttershy very sneakily giggles at her.
I enjoy that the artist has chosen to recreate something that happened in the show with their own vision in mind, also that the relationship between the ponies is subverted, and in a sense reversed in this scene. As Fluttershy is usually the less agile one and Rainbow Dash is the one who holds the charismatic position. It was a great scene to choose to depict and the artist has drawn the body language and facial expressions of the characters very well that can't help but make the viewer also laugh.
The drawing, just as the show does, carries a very carefree sense of light heartedness, as we know that Fluttershy is not cruel but rather surprised by Rainbow Dash's rare clumsiness. The depiction of the characters, seemingly as fillies, only highness the cuteness level of this scene, and successfully draws out an original style to the artist.
This one establishes a visual character sketch of two contrasting ponies. One who doesn't experience frequent moments when she can chortle at her far brasher companion's failings. Meanwhile, the equine who is concerned with perfection and style is attempting to accomplish an impossible task through the most inconvenient and convoluted means conceivable, spurred on by her stubbornness which is a poor substitute for competence and determination. Without knowing it, she is exposing her own failings, which is forgivable given the artist's use of tiny proportions to a large cranial structure that suggests the pegasus in question is far younger than the canonical mare of whom this picture is an adaptation of. This draws on the human desire for childhood nostalgia, and the innate cultural habit of attributing cuteness to delinquency, to the point that absurd acts of self-sabotage are completely forgivable. Thus we have a portrait of two characters cast in a whimsical light, magnified by the use of pastel colors to suggest the vibrant age of discovery that is foalhood.
This is probably the cutest thing ever! I really like it! Just so CUTE! I really like how at the description. Just giggle and not helpXDD I find this really fun to look at! Dashie trying to fix this and Fluttershy just chuckles at her
Well, everything exists in one universe or another. But I don't think it's something that would exist except in a universe specifically made to explore that idea. So as long as you're not reading a story ABOUT that, you should be safe.
In the episode, Rainbow accidentally shatters a crystal chalice that they need for their endeavors. In the next scene it's "fixed" with copious amounts of glue. Rainbow is also covered in glue and tape from repairing the chalice.