A very beautiful piece, invoking a lot of thought and emotion. I found myself sighing at the overall peaceful tone. What especially stands out in the picture are Angel (what a cute touch, adding her!) Fluttershy's silky clothing, and the soft, almost pink moon. However, I do see trouble with the moon's and the lighthouse's light's reflection in the water. The ocean's a very bright white. Fluttershy takes up a lot of the screen, but I can see why she'd be posing that way and Rainbow Dash would be lying down like her casual, carefree self.
Beautiful, but there is room for improvement.
Thank you very much for the critique! Uhm but before putting my vote for fair or not, I feel just a quick reply to confirm a few things is needed if that's okay.
Yea I do see what you mean by the water, it's an error on my part as I've intended to give it a foggy appearance with an inner-innate glow coming from within the water, the location is placed in a more mystical-type land but in the end I wasn't able to portray this from just looking at it. So yea, I agree with that.
I'm not sure about the mention of Fluttershy's size, in relation to the drawing, however. Perspective-wise allows her to be up close to the camera, even then I didn't make her too large to clip out of the view, nor too small because I wanted to keep the characters in focus, Fluttershy especially being a key part to the composition.
I guess the main point I'm curious about is if you can elaborate on the 'room for improvement', because using that phrase leaves a lot of questions. If that's all you meant, the two things above, then alright that's all. Otherwise, please explain a bit more if that's okay.
Sorry, I spoke wrong What I meant when I said she looked bigger is than she took up a lot more space then Rainbow Dash did, she just seemed more important/prominent.
The room for improvement refers mainly to the ocean and little bit to RD's anatomy (which I forgot to mention, sorry again!). I don't really know where her body is when I look at her or how she's sitting.
Ah yea, the amount of space comparing the two is quite different, I guess my logic was that it would look like a shipping drawing otherwise, I wanted to give a Dashie a bit more distance as well.
Back-view + cloaks = confusion apparently, she's meant to be laying on her back, left-front hoof touching left-hind hoof, right-front hoof being lifted slightly in a natural sense to gaze, but because of the cloak I kinda end up leaving the viewers having to assume =S
Alright, thank you again for the critique! Voted fair now thanks to the clarifications.