precure magica

If I’m being completely honest, if I was given the chance to be a magical girl I would probably take it, if I was told what the circumstances were. I’ll become a witch eventually? Sold. I’ll be thrown in a magical girl death match? Well, It’ll be fun while it lasts. I’m saving your kingdom with virtually no benefit to me? Sure, why not? Just tell me the circumstances and I would probably say yes because I am stupid. 

Karma: Hmm… Well it can’t be those three ‘cuz they don’t have glasses…

Manami: K-Karma-kun! (Can he really not recognize me??)

(Artist Note: lol couldn’t help but notice how similar some charas look. See if you can guess them all! no cheating by looking at the tags!)



this is perfection ;~;
Magical Girl Henshins: The Invocation

So far we’ve been examining the building blocks used to create Magical Girl henshins, so now let’s zoom out and talk about the structure in which these techniques live.

Most Magical Girl henshins can be broken down into three sections:

  1. The Invocation: The heroine performs various actions necessary to trigger the henshin.
  2. The Transformation: The changing clothes part.
  3. The Tada: Fully dressed, the heroine dances around a bit and strikes a pose.

Let’s tackle the invocation first. It usually contains one or more of the following:

  • shouting a Greyskull phrase (e.g.: Moon Prism Power Make-up)
  • fiddling around with compacts
  • waving wands
  • compacts and wands emitting blinky lights
  • dancing around
  • gesturing
  • raising a hand to the sky

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ah yes the real puipui aesthetic, random english words on couple clothes :’ )

found & finished a really old sketch of the whole team or in this case the teams!! magica has two teams, puipui and chichin (it’s supposed to come from chi-chin-pui-pui, a kind of spell or charm used so that the pain children feel can be cured!) 

the teams have the same goal… but it might also be a competition as the winner team has been promised a prize..? mysterious : o

names from left to right!!! favored names are bolded

Anri “Ai” Tokiwa / Cure Charm - A levelheaded, quiet girl who somehow has an intimidating aura. She has interesting literature and fashion choices (even though the latter can’t be really seen anymore, as Ui insists on wearing at least somehow matching clothes…).

Ui Musubi / Cure Enchant - The cold on the outside, sweet-and-soft on the inside idol girl of the school. She has a hard time getting along with people.

Chiari Riku / Cure Cherish - An odd, loud girl who seems to know everything about everyone - she’s smart and cunning and won’t hesitate to use whatever is necessary to get what she wants.

Chantilly “Yuri” Aoi / Cure Chérie - The new girl in the school - a french-japanese student who’s turning out to be more than just a cute face. She has the third best grades in the school - just after Ai and Riku. 

The Signs as Magical Girls

Aries -  Sakura (Card Captor Sakura)

Taurus - Mew Ichigo (Tokyo Mew Mew)

Gemini -  Utena Tenjou (Revolutionary Girl Utena) 

Cancer -  Sailor Moon (Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon)

Leo - Lucia Nanami (Mermaid Melody Pichi Pichi Pitch)

Virgo - Madoka Kaname (Puella Magi Madoka Magica)

Libra - Mitsuki Kouyama/Full Moon  (Full Moon o Sagashite)

Scorpio - Honoka Yukishiro/Cure White (PreCure)

Sagittarius - Illysaviel zon Einzbern  (Fate/kaleid liner Prisma Illya)

Capricorn - Amu Hinamori (Shugo Chara)

Aquarius - Karin Hanazono (Kamichama Karin)

Pisces - Ryuuko Matoi (Kill la Kill)

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Favorite Color: I generally prefer colour combos but I do love purple

Lipstick or Chapstick?: chapstick

Last Song You Heard:  Halsey - Empty Gold

Last Movie Watched: Rogue One

Top 3 Characters: Madoka Kaname, Yuri Plisetsky, Elliot Nightray 

Top 3 Ships: Viktor Nikiforov/Katsuki Yuuri, Elliot Nightray/Leo Baskerville, Haruka Haruno/Minami Kaido

Books I’m Currently Reading: Rereading: Calamity by Brandon Sanderson, and the fanfic Until my feet bleed and my heart aches by @kazliin

People: Anyone who feels like doing this!

Magical Girl Henshins: Glaze

While studying henshins, I’ve had to make up some terminology to describe what I’m seeing, because to my knowledge, no English-speaker has every been pathetic enough to analyze this shit in this level of detail. Today’s term-I-pulled-out-of-my-butt is:


  1. n; stuff you paint onto pottery, and at first it looks drab and shitty, but after a couple hours in the kiln, it looks shiny and awesome.
  2. n; any substance that adheres to a Magical Girl’s body and then turns into clothing.

DISCLAIMER: I do not recommend baking Magical Girls in kilns.

The cheapest and most common type of glaze is a glowy sludge capable of morphing into any shape without putting much strain on the animation budget.

White is the most basic option.

(Corrector Yui - 99)

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