Anonymous asked for Basorexia with Kyubei/TaeBasorexia - An overwhelming desire to kiss.
keltastalunta asked for Kagura with Petrichor
Petrichor - The smell of dry rain on the ground.
troete asked you:
Doodle 69- The Skies of Yoshiwara
The sun, the moon, and the stars of Yoshiwara.
keltastalunta said: mutsu +15 (i wonder if she has the yato appetite too)
what, this? this is just a light snack
"We don’t intend to live in a masculine or feminine way. We’re people who just want to live true to ourselves."
For Anon, who wanted something for Kyuubei’s birthday.
*blushes furiously* Thanksss. (I wish I still had time to make graphics. MAYBE IN A FEW MORE MONTHS…)
I wasn’t picked up and taken in. Back then the one who picked up the stone was me.
No internet for a few days so i watched Gintama and drew
Gintama girls are all so strong and beautiful i love them
"OHIKAE NASUTTE" Formal greeting of Yakuza.
art trade with cheesecake12 :D!
In my previous post about writing an OC/Shinsengumi captain romance, I said that there have always been independent strong women whose stories defy the easy stereotypes of gender roles in their society. And in terms of 1860s Kyoto, I was thinking of one young woman in particular: Narasaki Ryou.
'Oryou' was no friend to the Shinsengumi, as you'll see. But she's a good example of how you could write a spirited young woman who takes action on her own and still be true to Hakuouki's setting. (I've also tagged this post as Gintama because she's a minor character in Gintama and fans might be interested in her history.)
This picture is often said to be of Oryou, but it’s a matter of some debate whether this is true.
My commission from scholla . Here we see Sachan busily stalking her favorite slacker from the rooftops of Kabuki-cho.