I it is very nice that rainbow dash decide to help scootalo and i almost cry because this time dash didn't want to be all show off and i really love this art so keep up the good work!!! <3 <3 <3 oh and this won't let me put send so im doing a drwaing a picture of pokemon so guess what pokemon im drawing i will be wating for your answer gj gjg jg ed ed ed ed ws ws rf yg h oh and the wordsthat i typed o was bored.
The plot is fairly unique, but I've seen the same style of drawing ponies in so many other places. A unique art style will bring the comic out among others, even if it takes adding shading here and there. Another thing to note is, well, they're just standing there. There isn't a lot of emotion going on, so as a result, I really don't get much emotion (or 'feels') from reading this, because you bought out the final scene too quickly. The switch between emotions was too quick, so honestly, there was no 'sudden impact' in terms of critique.
Next time you produce a comic which focuses on a sad, tense, or plot-twist kinda moment, I would recommend try bringing the moment out, like adding a few more frames til the final conclusion. Or perhaps, make the speech look discrete, so it looks 'mysterious', and even if that doesn't work, add more speech, meaning the reader would have to channel throughbthat before they reach the end. When you think of sad, what do you link in with it? Depression? Darkness? A look of sorrow? Clouded teary eyes? Make the comic feel (or look) realistic. That way, readers can link the morbidness of reality wiith fictional characters. They can feel the trauma the character(s) went through.
Conclusion: The layout is good and orderly, but it is lacking in originality and impact. Try improving in these areas, whatever it takes.
You idiot. In Sleepless in Ponyville, she took Scootaloo under her wing. Now, you'd think she'd be more like this. And before Sleepless, this wouldn't fit, you're right, but it sounds like Fluttershy to say this stuff.