GUESS WHAT. I’m back to working five-six day work weeks again, so lets upload some older art I have done for my RP group but never got around to uploading.
I just, don’t want month long periods without SOME art on my blog. It is…an art blog after all.
First two is my Human that I play. You’ve seen Myra before. Her soul weapon is a crowbar and she tends to duel wield. She aint happy in that one pic (because a giant flower ate her best friend) and I wanted to try extreme foreshortening I HOPE IT WORKS.
Second is her and her parents, Joe and Audrey. They are scientists that go around busting hoaxes and frauds. They are a very happy family. I play her parents too. Nerds. All of them.
@sushinfood plays a Gaster based on one of @guppys-paw‘s gaster (werester I believe). Of course I had to draw him transforming because that skeleton can never be happy. Give the guy a vacation plz from all the melting and snarling.
The Babyblaster Papyrus player (Nessa) made it so that Papy can assume a mid shift form and so I drew it out. He’s a sweet baby.
So yeah…these are all oldddd so here’s hoping I can make some newer art eventually.
AS LONG AS PEOPLE STOP GETTING FIRED AT WORK JESUS CHRIST.
the fact he essentially only appeared in one book, I’m here to prove why
Odasaku is one of the best and best developed characters in the Bungou Stray
He has epic skills
not necessary for being a great character, it makes him more awesome. From his
assassin days, he has picked up some great skills, including his keen
observation and his duel-wielding. This creates cool fights scenes, and you
want to root for Odasaku.
delivers some of the best lines of the novel. One of the most notable (even
making it to the anime) is when Gide tells Odasaku his intentions, and Odasaku
responds by telling him he can he can introduce him to a funeral business for a
discounted price. Not to mention, when Odasaku basically sasses Mori
twice: first, mentioning how he saw Mori’s behavior with Elise, after he is
told to forget he saw anything; second, he refuses to answer Mori’s question.
For someone supposedly terrified of Mori, Odasaku sure says a lot of gutsy
He is also relatable
being as amazing as we all know (or will come to know), he expresses a lot of
self-doubt. He sadly lacks confidence, a feeling a lot of you can probably
relate too. But he doesn’t do it in a whiny, wallowing-in-self-pity way. He’s
not unbearable. Instead, his low confidence becomes apparent through his
self-comparisons to others (especially Dazai–like cut yourself a break, no one
really compares to Dazai) and his under-estimations of his own skills. I’m sure
we can all relate to these thoughts.
He has routines
is a person, and, accordingly, he has an apparent life outside the Mafia. This
includes his routines. He frequents the same bar–the bartender even knows his
drink! He even has a favorite meal from a favorite restaurant, curry. It’s
these little details which make Odasaku come to life as a character.
He has meaningful relationships
considers himself to be Ango’s friend, and that is shown again and again, from
casual meetings at the bar to Ango’s betrayal. As the story progresses, Odasaku
tries harder than anyone else to believe in Ango. As evidence appears
suggesting Ango’s betrayal, Odasaku tries to deny them (within reason). He
wants to trust Ango. Even when the whole Mafia is convinced that Ango is
Mimic’s spy, Odasaku believes otherwise. He puts himself in danger to save
Ango’s life. He keeps believing in their friendship until Ango physically
leaves him when he is poisoned.
is the most important character in Dazai’s development and characterization.
Although they had a casual friendship focused mainly around trivialities,
Odasaku is the only character to understands Dazai. He is able to see Dazai’s
loneliness, and he realizes (albeit almost too late) that he has the ability to
help Dazai because he understands him. After his fight with Gide, he regrets
not reaching further to Dazai, not helping. In the end, he does see
Dazai one last time, and this meeting is a critical point in Dazai’s
development. He forces Dazai to confront the truth–he’s not going to find the
answer he is looking for in the Mafia; he may never find it. But Odasaku
provides Dazai with hope and a direction. He guides Dazai to the good side. He
is the impetus which starts Dazai growth to a better person.
But he also has many meaningful
relationships outside the Buraiha Trio.
With the children:
becomes the father of these five orphans. Certainly, he doesn’t live with them
(it’s too dangerous), but he feeds them, and he plays with them. He nurtures
their dreams–except for the one kid who wants to be a mafioso. In that case,
he guides them. On a similar note, not that a child wanting to be a
mafioso is a good thing, but it demonstrates their respect and love for him. In
the future, he wanted to leave the Mafia and secure the children safety and
With Natsume Souseki:
from being the author of his favorite book, Natsume Souseki plays a bigger role
in Odasaku’s life. In the same way Odasaku guides Dazai to the good side,
Souseki points Odasaku in the right direction. He gives Odasaku a goal and
motivates him to become a better person, which leads to my final point…
He has a dream and he works towards
to Souseki, Odasaku decides he wants to be a novelist. He wants to write about
life. However, as it established many times, you cannot just leave the Mafia.
But, that does not deter Odasaku. Instead, he turns his life around, so he can
be qualified to write about life when he does get his view of the ocean. He
stops being an assassin, and, in fact, he stops killing all together. For
Odasaku, this is a significant step towards his dream; he would be unqualified
to write about life if he continued to kill. Although he never finds his room
where he can see the ocean, his efforts ultimately make him a better person.
And for those reasons, Odasaku is truly “Flawless.”
So proud sister moment. I finally got my younger brother to play Dragon Age. Now it was only DAI, but I just wanted to rope him in with the graphics first and then submerge him in the other games. But that’s besides the point.
I gave him no background information on any of the races, specialties or culture… etc so everything is basically as if he doesn’t have a huge DA fanatic of a sister.
He created a Rogue duel wielding Male Qunari named Katoh (He googled Qunari names… I kind of want him to romance Bull just to see his reaction.)
Got really scared when the ‘mean lady’ with a ‘funky’ braid started to rant at him.
Yelled at the screen for Cassandra to chill.
When he first saw the breach he said that it was like my social life. ‘ugly and spewing shit’. (thanks bro… -.-)
Started singing ‘London bridges falling down’ after the bridge collapsed.
Called Solas an egg
Asked to pet Varric
Tried to equip Bianca to himself
Compared Donald Trump to Chancellor Rodrick
Choose the mountain path
Named the pride demon spike
I left the room when he went searching for the logging stand in Haven and he started yelling curses and ‘DIE DIE DIE!’. I asked him where he was, thinking that he somehow already got to the Hinterlands… he said he was still in the ‘skiing village, but like out in the field’. I deadpanned and asked him if he attacked a druffalo