Like anbo mentioned, we usually decline submission requests which need to be fixed because our submission queue is long and you'll be right on top when you re-submit it. If we wouldn't do that, many vectors would've been expired before they could be fixed.
[ - read this part only if you're at least a tiny bit interested in constructive criticism, otherwise => nice work :> - ]
on the left ear(that one that's almost completely covered up by her mane), right where the ear outline joins the head stroke, is a little stroke width inconsistency, that could be fixed ;> besides that: the eyelashes are kinda squished together, which looks all too familiar, because those lazy animators(*huge sarcasm sign here*) don't adjust the position when ponies squint x) (that's not really a technical critique, more of a random note on the pic *g ) what i reallyl miss are the eye shines though, you know: the little things there (that would also eliminate the need to go far into white with the lower gradient color in the eye )
anyway... guess that's enough rambling for now, sorry about that
btw: what program did you use to make the pic in the first place?
oh and good job ... especially those shadows, (kinda) subtle yet efficient, very nice touch
ps: just noticed, one of the strokes in her mane ends in the middle of nowhere, this part usually just goes into the outline ._.
yeah, but thing about the screen is, that not all the stuff on there is absolutely correct especially the little things are screwed up sometimes like: misplaced/missing eye lashes, eye shines, missing tapers on strokes while the ponies are in a strange pose, missing highlights, layering issues with the mane while the ponies move very much, pointy ear tips and so on and so forth... might be of little interest for the person looking at the pic just for a pretty poneh, but (at least some) vector artists try to "correct" their images according to a certain set of "rules", which can be derived from the show... like a best practice. and when i see an pic, that is very close to that i just try to give some advice on how to go for the "corrected" style, that's all x)
soo... if you want to go for "exactly as on screen", no one is stopping you x)
however, if you want to go for the "everything must be perfect" approach, let me redirect you to this nice little guide, which should give you a good idea of what i'm rambling about (sorry about that xD) high quality vector guide (more could be found in the tutorials folder of the mlp-vectorclub ;> )
well, should be enough gobbledygook for one comment