“For some reason, I had the impression that I saw a certain image when I watched the anime for the first time, but even re-watching it I couldn’t find it, so I’m drawing a rough sketch of it. Please someone finish it for me.”
Reply by Noriko Itou (animation director for YOI):
“I tried drawing it, but no matter how many times I look at it there’s no scene like this…”
Mitsurou Kubo intervenes (not linking the tweet because it’s just text): “Princess carry… It’s curious, because I have the feeling it already happened but indeed we’ve never drawn something like that… Why…?”
Itou: “We must have missed something… They should just go ahead and skate on the rink like that…”
Additional note: On her Twitter, Kubo later commented that in figure skating there are actually level 4 (=high score) princess carry and other techniques involving lifts. (I interpret this comment as her way of saying that talking about princess carry on an ice rink is not necessarily off topic because there are indeed techniques like that in pair skating and ice dance, lol)
They’re just so amusing and so random, lol… But I agree with the person who wrote in the comments: “I’m sure you’re just saving it for season 2, aren’t you?”.
Kii’s design was actually influenced by Gio tbh, but personality-wise, they’re complete opposites. Kii’s very touchy-feely, perverted, outgoing, violent and stubborn, whereas Gio doesn’t like being touched, pure, anti-social, non-violent and a huge over-thinker. The things they have in common is that they’re both aren’t the type to take shit from people, have a sweet tooth and blush easily.
“You are not a horrible person, Don’t blame yourself.”
this whole ‘dark jokes’ thread with morality and logic is honestly my death… like seriously, im a sucker for some hurt/comfort… especially with emotional characters
This is the sketch drawn by Barbra Perry of her encounter with Cornwall’s Owlman. 14 year old Sally Chapman and her friend, Perry, were out camping at the time of the sighting. The girls reported hearing a hissing sound before they actually caught sight of the Owlman. Chapman reported “It was horrible, a nasty owl-face with big ears and big red eyes. It was covered with grey feathers. The claws on its feet were black. It just flew up and disappeared in the trees.”