Name: Frostbite
Sex: Male
Type: Pegasus
Build: Daft
Body: User Image - Blocked by "Display Image" Settings. Click to show. Feathered Fetlocks
Eyes: User Image - Blocked by "Display Image" Settings. Click to show.
Hair: User Image - Blocked by "Display Image" Settings. Click to show.
Cutie Mark 8D: A gray cloud with a few snowflakes under it. The sun peeks out just a bit in the corner.
Brief Character Description: Frostbite is a stubborn yet very hard worker. The pony mainly likes to live in cold places where there is plenty of snow or very high elevation (ex: Mountains).
+ Ref pics where possible: User Image - Blocked by "Display Image" Settings. Click to show.

Fireflight: Just checking that the image is exactly how you'd like your quest to look like, with the white body markings, tipped wings/ears/fetlocks etc?

Also to let you know that the G4/Phonyland style doesn't have any gradients or soft edges, so all the tipping on body and hair would be done hard-edged, without any soft gradients. The edges would be hard and probably jagged to mimick the way you have them right now. As such, we'd only use two colours that you have on your body swatches, blue and white, unless you specifically request that there are two distinct 'layers' of tipping, like the hair.

For the eyes, if you look at normal Phonies, the eye colouring style is that we use one colour, and gradient it from dark (top) to light (bottom). If you specify two colours, this will count as a non-normative eye gradient of two different colours. And if you'd rather it look exactly like your art - the darker shade as a ring around the pupil, and the ligher shade as another ring - it will also be non-normative.

Since the body tipping and hair tipping pattern will already be non-normative, you probably don't have to worry too much about that.

But for his eyes, I'd need to know if you'd like to: 1. give us ONE eye colour and let us gradient it as usual, 2. have a two-colour gradient or 3. have distinct rings of eye colour around his pupil.

Hope that's all clear enough and just mark the title for QC again when you're done!