She's sweet, isn't she?
Happy Easter! Here's a drawing for y'all!
So just a drawing dedicated to the newest episodes of the premiere to season 5 of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. Real good episodes to initiate the new bunch of episodes. They were engaging, and I would love to see if anything pertaining to the end of the episode carried over to a later part of the season. If you missed the episodes, not to worry. I won't spoil them. The farthest I'll traverse into the premiere is talking about the character here, Sugar Belle. I'll try to be as prudent as I can.
The gist of the premiere is that the Mane 6 are called to a village in the middle of a big desolate desert because a map that materialized in Twilight's new castle and set a path for them, which would lead them on their journey. There they meet the mayor of this town, Starlight Glimmer, who runs on the philosophy that individualism and diversity are poisons to friendship and acceptance, so everypony in her village agreed to this philosophy. They sacrificed their cutie marks and talent so they could live in what Starlight thought was "peaceful." Enter Sugar Belle, a character that conformed to this idea of civilization. She is one of four new side characters introduced to the series. Whether she has any strong significance the season like Coco Pommel or Seabreeze, I'm not too sure about, though I did read a comment on Derpibooru theorizing that some of the season could branch off this episode and Sugar might be one of the characters to contribute to the season finale, much like the last season.
I don't know about you, but I think I've developed an affinity for Sugar Belle. Not sure if waifu status since Rainbow Dash currently holds it for me, but you could always have two...right? Most people thought Coco Pommel was cute. You tell me if this is awkward or not, but there was a point in the show where I sort of forgot the "Belle" part in her name and I was calling her "Sugar" with an unknowing smirk on my face...all until they said her full name again.
Shown here is Sugar Belle in a field on the outskirts of the equality town. Let's say this is set some time after the premiere and the ponies of the town took their diversity and talent to heart, and that includes environmental and agricultural matters. Just a little headcannon since in the episodes, the town was dull color-wise. She takes pleasure in the subject of a conversation she is engaged in, (hopefully) looking cute and sweet as sugar.
I hope everybody had a great Easter and a great day overall! I can't wait to see what season 5 of MLP holds for us.