How to Draw Twilight Sparkle

In this quick tutorial you'll learn how to draw Twilight Sparkle in 8 easy steps - great for kids and novice artists.

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At the bottom you can read some interesting facts about the Twilight Sparkle.

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How to Draw Twilight Sparkle - Step-by-Step Tutorial

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Interesting Facts about TWILIGHT SPARKLE

Twilight Sparkle is a member of the My Little Pony casting group from a retail franchise of toy animals that are modeled after a small equestrian species. The characters were designed in 1981 by Bonnie Zacherle, an American illustrator. The manufacturing company Hasbro, began displaying her patented products in retail businesses. The trend was extended into the media on a television animated series.

Did you know?

  • This character is a unicorn-pegasus.
  • She is a little purple princess.
  • The character is a member of the royal Alicorns.
  • She has a female pony friend named Applejack.
  • This character has a female unicorn friend named Rarity.
  • She has a female unicorn-pegasus friend named Princess Luna.
  • The character has a female unicorn-pegasus companion named Princess Cadance.

She has as a minor enemy spirit horse group named The Windigoes, a minor to moderate enemy male chimera named Discord, a moderate enemy changeling named Queen Chrysalis, a moderate to major enemy unicorn named King Sombra, and a major enemy demon named Lord Tirek. She saves the Crystal Empire. The portrayal of Twilight Sparkle with the other story characters, is to show how humans can overcome common obstacles in life every day. For example, she saves a place called Ponyville. Many of the other creatures that are met on her adventures, have real historical names, such as the Wendigo from the native culture of Canada. Others that are met in the cartoon plots, have personality names, such as Chrysalis.