We here at Horse News are not shy at all to controversy or even the trivial jabs at our writing abilities. However, after responding to our Cringe Corner article, user xxxSnIpErStOoXeYbBYxxXD went over the line and said we either don't draw or can't draw well ourselves. My god that's simply terrible, as well as insensitive. In fact we were so insulted we wanted to showcase our incredible abilities in a new series we like to call "Horse News Draws". But what exactly did we draw? We wanted to create pieces that would fit the spirit of our site and the board that spawned us, while all together having a deeper meaning than what's on the face, certainly not like some disney drawing.
Rainbow Dash with her favorite phallic objects seemed appropriate.
MLPcritic - "Rainbow's Lament"
This first piece is from yours truly. A simple yet powerful representation of the frustrations of the Horse News work force. Notice the use of text in reference to old Political Cartoons of old. Showing the work load placed upon the "awesome" shoulders of Rainbow Dash, mixed with the perversion of the real world. By far the weakest of the pieces in this showcase, but important none the less.
Ren Haru - "Gluttony of the Equestrian Horde"
Malic - "Never 4get friendships past"
Smigglypuff - "Et Screw, Rainbow?"
A statement on the repressed sexuality of the modern female, Smigglypuff's piece paints the tale of sexual revolution. You are meant to be angered, to be wary, and to be rustled. The reds represent the woman in all of us, regardless of gender, and screams for the viewer to celebrate that. Truly not for the young, the adult piece knows how to convey the themes of lust and misogyny, and when we say misogyny we don't mean it in the way Tumblr uses it.
Jim - "Ejakulat tief in mir"
In this age of big budget military, it's nice to see artists like Tuxxy have the balls to fight the military industrial complex with the power of the canvas. Blood is represented in the rainbow splattered on to the canvas, misshapen and ugly. In contrast, the structured and powerful frame of the tank shows the impending doom. The fact that this piece also contains an allusion to soldier/police brutality and uses a pony to represent this brings this together perfectly.
We may not be artists, but hey at least we're not the writers behind any Adam Sandler films. Horse-News isn't nearly that bad.