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Before I shave my moustache, I decided to do a quick cosplay of Mouri Kogoro, one of my favourite characters in Detective Conan. Here’s a lil’ selection. ^^

1: Detective Pose Kogoro

2: Laughing Out Loud Kogoro

3: Suspicious Kogoro

4: Clueless Kogoro

5: Felt a sting on the back of his neck Kogoro

6: Sleeping Kogoro

7: Drunk Kogoro

8: “Mouri Poirot” Kogoro

9: Serious Kogoro

Photos by me, Shin Red Dear

Detective Conan is property of Gosho Aoyama & Shogakukan

A bunch of Detective Conan quick portraits. Conan/Shinichi, Haibara, Ran & Kogoro are the only characters from the series that I can draw without references. There is still room for improvement but at least they look like themselves. ^^

Art by me, Shin Red Dear

Detective Conan is property of Gosho Aoyama & Shogakukan

So this may be a controversial statement but: I LIKE AKAI’s HAIR. Fight me fandom !

On another topic, I used the official scarlet hue of red for the background for obvious reasons. ;) And I always wanted to draw Akai Shuichi in formal wear. ^^

art by me, Shin Red Dear

Detective Conan is property of Gosho Aoyama and Shogakukan

deardetective said: whoah, I relate to this too. I’ve been having this weird nostalgia / longing for the internet of the late 90s/early 00s (my teenage years. Livejournal was EVERYTHING.)

i miss livejournal a lot. i made genuine friends on there, people who are still friends long after we all abandoned our journals. i’m not saying i don’t like the tumblr community, but it just seemed easier to make more meaningful friendships on livejournal, i guess because writing long personal diary entries was encouraged and you could get to know someone a lot easier that way. but i might just be saying that because i’m getting older and finding it harder to adapt to new systems. there are plenty of people on tumblr who seem to have no trouble connecting with others.