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Steampunkshy by NastyLady Steampunkshy by NastyLady
So here she is, the fifth Steampunk Pony, Fluttershy.
I tried to make her more demure than the other ponies. And I have to admit, I quite like this dress. It's... nice. However, I don't know why, the butterfly staple is my favourite detail here.

Like I gave other ponies "proffesions" or how should it be called, I simply can't think of anything for Fluttershy. While drawing, I was thinking about quiet, polite girl from the city, and now I have no idea how to sorta "sum it up" in one or two words. The Girl sounds weird.

If you have any better ideas just share them. I'd be grateful.

EDIT:
Thank you, :iconprincesslunaftw: for "The Timid"!

Other Steampunk Ponies:
The Inventor - Twilight Sparkle [link]
The Mechanic - Applejack [link]
The Lady - Rarity [link]
The Pilot - Rainbow Dash [link]
The Random - Pinkie Pie [link]
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The Princesses - Celestia and Nightmare Moon [link]
The Dentist - Colgate [link]
The Flyers - Spitfire and Soarin' [link]
The Smuggler - Carrot Top [link]
The Messenger - Derpy Hooves [link]
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:iconenderjoc:
EnderJoc Feb 8, 2014  Student General Artist
Wow
So awsome 
Very poney

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:icontime-moose:
Time-Moose Dec 27, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
These are all so beautiful!
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:iconkossori-monoceros:
I'd always wondered where this came from. Funny what a search for "Cheerilee" will bring up. 
Glorious!
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:iconme-zimm:
"The Debutante"

Wiki: "from the French débutante, "female beginner") is a girl or young lady from an aristocratic or upper class family who has reached the age of maturity and, as a new adult, is introduced to society at a formal "debut" presentation. Originally, it meant the young woman was eligible to marry, and part of the purpose was to display her to eligible bachelors and their families with a view to marriage within a select upper class circle. Debutantes may be recommended by a distinguished committee or sponsored by an established member of elite society."
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:iconnastylady:
NastyLady Jan 21, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Oooh, that one is very nice too! But a bit late. I like the idea, though.
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:iconmythraill:
Mythraill May 23, 2013  Student Artist
yeah!
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:iconsongbirdsighing:
SongbirdSighing Apr 16, 2013  Professional General Artist
"The Caretaker"?

Or is that too...spooky? Anyway--gorgeous job! Hello new wallpapers!
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70f9 Apr 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
how on earth do you draw like that?!
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:iconnastylady:
NastyLady Apr 15, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Hella practice. And a bit of observation skills.
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:icontheexhorsecist:
Oh, hey: how about "The Spiritualist?"

Steampunk emphasizes the technological aspect of the Victorian era. But there was a strong parallel current of mysticism throughout the 19th century. Part of it was in reaction to the mechanization and materialism of the time, but there was also a sincere belief among many that supernatural forces could be identified and described the way heat, electricity and light had been in the previous century.

Ernest Holmes, a member of the New Thought movement (a mystical school of the the American Pacific Coast in the 1880's) seems to sum up Fluttershy quite nicely:

"A mystic is not a mysterious person; but is one who has a deep, inner sense of Life and Unity with the Whole."
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