The art style was rounded, not as harsh or contain clear cut lines (this is good). The humor was very well presented, as Derpy is typically your average pony who is not of that social standing where one typically talks like that, and the fact that we can see it contrast through her previous type of speech (both in text and content) adds a smile to my face. The fact that she talked like Rarity was equally mirthful. Overall, good show. My one comment is the fact the sometimes the text was hard to read in Derpy's lines, as it sometimes blended in to the back round, but now I'm nitpicking. -hug- Good job mate.
This comic is cute and hilarious. The way that Derpy is drawn (especially during the first few panels with her normal crossed eyes) I find to be diabetes inducing. I also like the attention to detail in the comic like how Derpy's tongue has blue dots on it because it is her voice the the poison joke is impacting. It's also funny to me how Derpy's change is shown not just through the dialogue, but through the font her dialogue is presented in. The change to cursive really helps to imagine the kind of royal, sophisticated voice that she ends up having. The "tally-ho" at the end also gives the viewer an idea of the type of accent she starts to talk in. What also helps is the fact that as she is talking in her "joke" voice, she is not smiling or frowning so it helps imagine the voice that much more because it shows what emotions she conveys through her dialogue. And I can honestly say that I can't find anything that I dislike about this comic in terms of it's art or premise.
For those who can't read cursive, this is what Derpy says.
Panel 1: Very well, my dear friend Carrot, if it is of your wish, then I shall oblige. I realize that the pristine health is paramount to alleviating any and all worries of those who care for me deeply, and I would be foolish to betray such trust that my friends and family would have with me.
Panel 2: Now then, shall we browse the immediate area for a location to hold our mid-day meal that would be more to your satisfaction? I do believe there was, at least, the nearby merchant providing a service of selling baked goods. As you very well know, I do enjoy greatly the baked delicacy known as muffins. It being my second choice this day. I suggest we move along so we may feast!
Panel 3: Make haste, my friend! The oven waits for no mare! Tally-ho!