This is such a pretty pretty movie, and I’m soooo in love with the world and the characters!!♥ Sadly it’s not been released in English yet, but if you have the means to watch it in original French or any of the currently availabe dubs (x) DEFINITELY DO SO!
When a faun named Mune becomes the Guardian of the Moon, little did he had unprepared experience with the Moon and an accident that could put both the Moon and the Sun in danger, including a corrupt titan named Necross who wants the Sun for himself and placing the balance of night and day in great peril. Now with the help of a wax-child named Glim and the warrior, Sohone who also became the Sun Guardian, they go out on an exciting journey to get the Sun back and restore the Moon to their rightful place in the sky.
Here I am after 7 bilion years with sailor moon fanart
It’s my first time working with pens, and I LOVE IT. Ugghh
I’ve been a little down with my art lately because of school, and my part time job, and also my computer as been acting weird, so I couldn’t do anything digitaly. But now I found the magic of this pens, and it looks really close to what I do in the computer, so I’m really happy 8D
I’ll try to make some Steven Universe fanart soon, and I’ll take sugestions ;)
I put too much effort into this, the Tiznés made me do it I swear I found this funny when I first thought of it, honest (Based on this) (Also I tried to keep consistent with the timeline and not give Magnolia her… well… Magnolia haha–)
(Another thing; some of the panels have captions, jsyk–)
God ok but trawling the ag tags and where is that post about fandom generally hating a female character being my cue to adopt her as my fave bc I love Laura Moon?
Especially the way she’s been fleshed out (ha) in this adaptation? I don’t know, the way she’s so straightforward and unapologetic and kind of sees herself from the outside both in life and in death is so relatable to me?
But that characteristic isn’t played in a Strong Woman™ sassy way, but in a removed and nearly coldly logical way. The way she sits down with Shadow and calmly lays out why she needs to rob the casino, she is nearly clinical about her feelings about belief and the afterlife, and then when dead, the way she clearly explains her infidelity with no frills or softness to gild her own actions? She sees a problem and for better or worse logics herself into what she sees is the best possible solution with absolute zero sentimentality. The way her expression of Love — her approach to Faith and Death is absolutely complicated (compromised?) by that emotional dissociation…
It’s not a female character that is normally portrayed in media and I find myself very much drawn to her despite (and because of) her faults. I'm intrigued by the way she isn’t blind to her shortcomings, but is the opposite of precious about them.
And surprise — a female character is written with severe faults but a complicated and atypical personality (much more than she got in the book), and the reactions to her are, well, quite strongly negative indeed…
Fuck this scene killed me. Kei had always have this self deprecating air about him and after a while you figure out that it’s his defense mechanism. He got pulled out of a match because of an injury. He allowed himself to be escorted to the infirmary even telling the rest of the guys to hold forth while he was gone and then - and then - Akiteru (his brother, his forever hero, the person he never wanted to see him in this state) comes up and sees him at his weakest. Naturally he would turn to his defense mechanism of just casually putting himself down just so it all seems like it’s no big deal for him, that this is actually good because he can finally rest he’s no good now anymore anyway and at the final critical stages too, what a shame, but that’s okay because at least now he can finally rest what a relief. And then AND THEN he makes THE FACE just as soon as he turns his back to Akiteru and Yachi because godfuckingdammit this wasn’t supposed to happen, he was supposed to finish the game, and they were supposed to win with him there and Akiteru watching by the stands and he’ll be so so so proud of Kei just like how Kei was so proud of him when he was the ace in middle school and he was Kei’s hero. Imagine what this moment felt like for Kei, Kei who is so afraid of failing that he resolved himself to just not bother trying at the start of the series because what’s the use if you’re just gonna be disappointed in the end anyway. Kei who is so afraid of failing that it took years, people from other teams and his best friend literally shaking him and telling him it’s okay to try before he even did. Imagine what it felt like for Kei (atop the burden of worrying over how his team would hold up without him) seeing Akiteru seeing him fail and imagining that this was what it must’ve felt like for Akiteru in that moment years ago - seeing the one person you never want to disappoint see you fail.
FUCK JUST LEAVE ME HERE TO WEEP ABOUT KEI. AND HIS COMPLEX RELATIONSHIP ABOUT HIMSELF AND THE THINGS HE LOVE AND HIS RELATIONSHIP WITH AKITERU. FUCK TSUKISHIMA KEI’S WHOLE EXISTENCE DESTROYS MEEE. *sobs to eternity*