Twilight: You want to hurt my friends, you want to hurt ponies in Ponyvile, you want to conquer Equestria, well, not on my watch, I and my friends saved or helped to save Equestira several times, and back then I was just Unicorn, so lets see how will you like the fight without having huge advantage, BRING IT ON.
My mistake on this vector was that I've used too many points
WARNING! Upon using the pen tool, it's very crucial that you don't use that many points, especially around the tail
I'm still new at this, and I still have a lot to learn on vectoring, but I wanted to improve my skill from my first vector of Twilight Sparkle
My problem with my first vector of Twilight Sparkle was, that I've used a program called Simplify 3, and what happend was that it made the picture too bright and neon, the reason that I did that was because I wanted something different.
My other problem with my first vector of Twilight Sparkle was, I've used the Polygonal Lasso, and that made the edges of my vector look very ROUGH!
I aslo got her glow on her horn right, but I should've add more sparkles instead of two.
In the end, my first vector of Twilight Sparkle was pretty bad
I'm still going to keep on vectoring ponies, so I can keep on improving my skill
I've should've not added that many points on Twilight Sparkle's tail in my second vector, and go for more of the arc, since almost all of the ponies in any of the MLP characters, expect the human characters, have arcs
What I really wanted to do more then any pony vectoring is to, vector the old cartoon horse's from Rainbow Brite, and Whisper The Winged Unicorn, I really love those horse's, I even love the drawings of The Last Unicorn, I love the hand drawn muscles, the legs, the body, etc.
Until then, I have these ponies to work with.
Thank you everyone for liking my work, all it is, is trial and error
If I might make a suggestion: You should try using the paths tool in Photoshop (not sure if it's called that in Photoshop CS4), it lets you set two points with a line connecting the two, and you can curve the line to your liking. Makes for much much smoother lines than the lasso tool!
I saw your Applejack vector. Might I ask why it's such a low resolution? My vectors are usually around 6000x6000 pixels each. My methods aren't really vectoring, though. I just make selections with the Paths tool and color them in. Every time you see a color on my pictures, it's on its own separate layer. So yeah, mine aren't really vectors, but they are of just a high quality.