The Art Shipper someone who ships 80% because of the fanart and the doujins available and 20% from observing the way the characters interact in the shipping. Mostly composed of shippers with rare ships or shippers who are very new to the fandom.
I didn’t bring my pencils and my Geography class was cancelled so..
I used my inking pen to doodle without sketching and wow–
It’s quite a mess..
Anyway the first one was inspired by a comic on fb from my senpai, which was a doujin with an idea from @yellow-h’s comic :3
I hope you guys like these ^w^
Does anyone else miss Takahiro and Tarou from Mou Ichido, Nando Demo (Aniya Yuiji)?
It’s definitely one of my favorite series (so glad Yuki introduced it to us). This is from that doujin I mentioned awhile back. So I actually translated it back then. A super awesome cleaner will probably be cleaning this when she has time. But I was bored today, so I decided to clean and typeset this page for fun (LOL, it took me an hour 😰 ~ I’m horrendously slow at cleaning and I tried to match the 8 billion fonts on this page). But hopefully, we’ll be lucky to have their superior cleaning. But until then, deal with my cleaning for this tiny spoiler! Worst case scenario, I can probably just clean this chapter (and just try my hardest). But I wanted only the best for this awesome couple.
Anyway, here’s the beginning of how Takahiro gets topped!!!
Anyway, I think it would be best to actually focus on the projects on my projects page. So we’ll see which one I randomly pick next! Please excuse my projects page right now. The html is kinda in limbo right now. However, I actually commissioned a projects page, so it’ll look REALLY COOL soon. So definitely be as excited as I am about that hahaha 👍🏻
Note: Moon and the turtle is a Japanese idiom that has a meaning similar to “like chalk and cheese” or “like day and night.” On the surface, they share some common characteristics, but are extremely different in actuality. Both the moon and the turtle are round, but the moon shines bright in the sky while the turtle is in the ground, often dirty and covered in mud.