I’m officially over drawing the TWGOK girls. I know there are still some girls left, but uhhh…I thought I have to move on to newer pieces of drawings because my art blog is like filled with these girls(I’m so sorry ;_;), maybe I’ll draw them in the future. Nevertheless, I have fun drawing all of them and I learned some few things.
I gathered everything known about the Tsukuyomi theory as of ch.60… or everything I know of at least….
Mostly my theories, but a few facts from undergroundsky. I invite you to read through the “Tskuyomi theory” tags for the things I might have missed.
Introduction: How the theory came to be
Spells on gods
It may have been a hint for Yato’s “Father” role in his survival, but as the chapters releases, it becomes even more likely that it hints at something else. This added with the convenient fact that gods don’t remember their past life spawned an interesting theory:
Yato is not at his first incarnation and he has more than one true name…
“I think the ideal world lies somewhere, but that world might not necessarily be a perfect world… Are flaws really bad? Because they are not perfect, they become worried; they don’t stand still and instead move forward. After they become perfect, they will stand still. Incompleteness… is the ideal.”
i honestly dont know what my favorite part of this color page is.
is it shion doing the cute little foot cross as he reads? is it cravat sitting on his head reading with him? is it hamlet being the one turning the pages? is it nezumi just looking at shion and playing with his hair? is it tsukiyo totally seeing whats going on?
Hearts is the 4th track from “Romanesque” Buck Ticks debut extended play released on 12-inch vinyl, cassette and 8cm CD (which contains a bonus track on March 21, 1988. With lyrick by Sakurai Atsushi and music by Hisashi Imai.