You're getting a lot better with each one you do! Curves are much smoother and the width consistency is good. The only thing I really have to say is the gradient in the eye and the iris shape on the eye on the right. The iris looks like it takes a down angle where it goes to the edge. I don't know if the screen shot was like that or not, but it might look better with more of a curve. Oh, and there is a tiny overlap where the inner part of the mane meets the ear (but that's really a quick and easy fix of moving a node). But overall, there are less and less little corrections with each vector. You're improving very fast Good work!
Thanks! I know exactly what you mean about the eye but it was like that in my reference. Maybe I should have listened to my gut on that one. I appreciate you taking the to comment, the only way this fandom can stay alive is through communication!
You're welcome! Sometimes it's alright to stay away from the source material if you think it'll look better. I learned to vector with anime style stuff and that was always a big thing. Sometimes the original artists messed up on a part, or something on the original looked weird, so if you think you could improve it, then go ahead. I think that carries to ponies as well. The nice thing is that you could always go back into the file and edit it. When I finish a vector, it's never actually finished. A week later I'll notice a weird line and go back and redo it. XD And I like helping others with vectors. Like I said before, I learned to vector through an anime vector community that felt that helping each other out and having someone pick at every little thing was one of the best ways to get better at vectoring. No one ever took it personally because in the end it made you look harder at details and become a bit of a perfectionist about it. And you're totally right! Communication!