My first reaction to this, and please note that it was a humours one, was "Oh lord, poor Rarity". I have never seen such a crossover as Looney Tunes and MLPFIM. But I like what I see and I like what you did with the picture. Next to the characters the background is the next best part of the picture. It's a very detailed sunny winter setting which I find to be one of the best types of backgrounds. I can only imagine how Rarity got there but I'll bet Bugs and Daffy think "Rather her than us". Great job.
The concept is brilliant keeping with the characters actions with canon cartoons. The main problem is characters who are white in an environment that is white, the use color to highlight their bodies is done well and not obvious for the effect. The sky effects bring the characters to immediate focus. This is well done an nicely colored piece. The capture of the characters make them easily recognizable. The entire piece is very funny and clever. Despite their size differences they are well done. There is no need for an elaborate message on the piece. It is very original and well conceived from an idea and execution.
That would be Hugo, the Abominable Snowman who appeared in two Looney Tunes cartoons. Primarily he appeared in the 1963 Bugs Bunny/Daffy Duck short called "The Abominable Snow Rabbit" directed by Chuck Jones. He's based on Lenny from "Of Mice and Men".
Oh yeah! Well in that case, you've earned a fav. I knew I had seen this guy before. Honestly I can't decide a specific reason, but I like what you've done with this, it just feels like it all worked out nicely. So good job, basically.
btw the character was taken from the movie adaptation of the book "of mice and men" of Lenny the mentally challenged friend of George that always wanted to take care of bunnies because he loved soft furry things... like the mouse he carried around and killed by squeezing it too much thus the way the snowman treats everything the same way.
AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! I read that Jim the cave troll comic incident too when it was on trade paperback! While I think Georgina would be a better name in this situation, that's pretty hilarious!
And next thing you know, I'm suddenly thinking (already when I first read the comic) of a ponified version of the show or movie (or somepony singing the theme of) 'George of the Jungle'! [link] and [link] XDXDXDXDXD
In retrospect it should've been Fluttershy in her 'dangerous mission' outfit from the "Magic Duel" episode. But I went with Rarity because of that scene in issue 2 of the comic when Jim the Cave Troll picked up the dummy ponies and the one he calls 'George' is the one that looks like Rarity. Hence why Rarity is the victim here.