It's interesting to see your own spin on the characters as compared to their establishing shots. How they appear in your style, and the exact appearance you've given them. They fall together well in the shot despite the drastic differences between them thanks to that style and approach unifying them.
I also kind of needed all three together in a shot, so yay! And given that I made the first offer half a year ago, I'm happy that it was finally possible to commission it to you.
The differences in their look here might make it a poor reference for my own use, but I did get what I paid for, the characters all in one picture. Yay!
The sharp ears and the insectoid, faceted eyes look great on the changeling. The segmented-ish legs and the buglike carapace and wings complete the similarity very well. And the flowing cloth kind of connects with the other flowing cloth on the skeleton and the hair and tail on Starbright in a visual perception kind of way.
Starbright has a great pose there. Dynamic yet wary, moving yet cautious, just what the doctor ordered. The expression is nicely mixed to reflect both of those aspects.
Finally, the skeleton looks awesome in that power pose and angle. The somewhat ghostly legs and skull make for a striking impression (and has a great example of (possible) pony bone structure), and the flowing scarflike bit of the robe links up with the sword and enhances the look.
The shading on all of them is quite nice indeed, true to the style in terms of appearance yet also detailed. The mist is rendered nicely, but hmm... the blurriness is kinda sharp in terms of contrast with the rocks they're standing on. At the same time, it almost seems like two of the three with the exception of Starbright were superimposed onto their backgrounds due to how the rocks merge together visually and the changeling's hooves standing on fog.
Still, overall, 's a nice piece.
I'd call it "So, a pony, a changeling and a skeleton walk into a bar..."