Remember when I said that I was putting a hiatus on pony art? Yeah, make that an indefinite hiatus.
I'm sure none of you have noticed yet, but my page is now disassociated with ponies besides the groups Equestria Digital and MLP-FIM-Wallpapers and some of my brony friends. Lately, I've been more and more disappointed with the asshats in this fandom and gradually, the drama got too much for me. (However, the people in Equestria Digital are cool asshats.)
On to the point: I'm stopping production of pony art indefinitely. "Why?" you may ask. Not only for all the drama in this damn fandom, but recently, I felt a void in myself while watching these horses. For years, I've felt emotionally deprived: I can act happy and laugh and smile all day, but I knew that I was only lying and deluding myself with these emotions - basically, it felt fake. I started to watch ponies back when I was in sixth grade in 2010 - yes, I am 14, now shut up - and that was the first time I started to feel like I can believe myself being happy for once. Enter 2014: season four's here. I watched the first few episodes of it, but it felt... weak for a lack of better words. It couldn't fill the void of emotionlessness. I couldn't feel real emotion from myself. It felt fake.
Basically, I lost emotional commitment to the show.
Now, this isn't as indefinite as it seems - if I'm in the right mood, and I can find the right vector or drawing (ie: a friend finds them for me), I'll make some pony art for fun. But, I'm not following the show anymore. Case end. For good. No ifs, ands, or buts.
I'm still going to make art, but it won't be pony. It'll mostly be composed of animes I've watched - ever since I started watching animes, that void now feels full to the brim of different, real, human emotions. And I couldn't be more happy.
tl;dr: I'm stopping production of pony art and starting up production of anime art because of a problem between feeling real emotions.