And a tree. Don’t forget the tree.
Wait. You Forgot The Birds.
YOU FORGOT THE HOLE IN THE TREE.
AND THAT TOTALLY RANDOM FLOWER.
Where the fuck did you guys get my childhood drawings
WHAT’S UP INTERNET
If you’re a gamer, you probably noticed all the new stuff being announces at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles. I’m super excited, especially about all the announcements from Sony and Nintendo.
Lots of people are excited for different consoles and their respective games, LIKE THE 3DS. So here’s your chance to win one! The winner will receive a red 3DS XL system (like new, used only a few times) with its original box, charger, manuals, and AR cards. Plus, the two latest killer apps for the 3DS, Fire Emblem: Awakening and Animal Crossing: New Leaf!
- Sadly, the 3DS is region-locked, so I am only shipping to the United States.
- Reblogs count, Likes do not. Only one reblog will count per person.
- If you make a fake/empty/giveaway/side blog to reblog, you will be disqualified.
- I will need the winner’s address for shipping purposes, so you have to be comfortable with sharing this information.
The giveaway will end on Friday, June 21st and the winner will be announced on that day! Good luck!
Keiichi Sato’s artstyle has gotten so bad.
Fanart of The Big O and Dorothy. Lost motivation after realizing I wasn’t sure how to cast the light and shadow on the piston arms. Finally finished when I referenced some figurine phones a week after I started.
I just watched the entirety of The Big O anime not too long ago. Maybe some of you will remember when it was on Cartoon Network (eons ago). What a brilliant show… it’s too bad the plot became so obtuse and the story was never really completed. Shame they don’t seem to make anime like this anymore. Dorothy is such a sweetheart.
Yes, clearly I’m not hitting that 3 pieces a week target. Ah well. :P
we uphold several traditions, most of them quite common, one we do that most families do, is that my grandfather, whom is still alive, even after serving in ww2 (against the americans mind you, since we moved to the states a few weeks after i was born) we drink sake and celebrate our loved ones good health! and there is one heirloom that i will possess soon, our family sword (i’m an only child and we are technically breaking a bit of tradition, since if there were only daughters, a male cousin received the sword)