second to last panel


Finally posting this even if it’s cheesy and sloppy because I’m tired of having it untouched in my drawing folder aghhh! 

I dunno, I’m just really a fan of Molly being wary about Draco at first but then she starts treating him as her own son. I adore fics like that, gimme all of em

I’m glad you noticed <3 

!!! I thought that they would be good friends the first time I saw seung gil too ;v;
doggo buddies !!!

@osnapitzhanaa ajdfgfjkg I misread the eyebrow part but that’s amazing

eros and doggo buddies <3

I love seung gil lee and his doggo!!! the second-to-last panel is my favorite hahah

@novocaine-sea awww, I’m glad you liked it!!

@perdizzion thank you so much ;v;



what a weekend! (continued from this part

NGL this one was just an excuse to draw more stupid faces.

Part 5 Here

ALSO FAIR WARNING TO PEOPLE FOLLOWING THIS AU: It’s gonna start getting some (tagged) NSFW content soon, so…yeah. Watch yourselves.

Also if anyone wants to know more about this AU feel free to ask/message! 


So I did this thing >>  a while ago and I COULDN’T NOT DRAW THIS AS A CONTINUATION. I got a bit lazy in the second to last panel and didn’t draw any people in the background XD; But that wasn’t the focus anyway and all the backgrounds all got blurred out in the end. I honestly love every single panel, all of them. Tobio, you’re doing it wrong. You’re supposed to say ‘their spirits!’ Try again.

HEADCANON: Hinata’s special useless talent is imitating people. He can get it down to a science.


Inktober Day 18 - As someone who has swung around bags like that, I can tell ya it ain’t gonna end well


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starlumen  asked:

On art chain between you and nekophy, I dunno if I have a right answer on the second last panel of yours. I saw "not mine" and "mine". So that "not mine" is Reaper's code ? I just dunno, so better ask you instead 😁

Good question! And an important one, too. You might have noticed that, even though we haven’t seen too many character’s ‘codes’ just yet, they’re all different colors and no two look exactly alike. The way a character’s code is interpreted in this AU is much like a fingerprint - absolutely unique to the individual. No two will ever have the exact same looking code - no two share a color or how the code looks.

So while yes, Goth is ‘genetically’ made from Geno and Death, he has a code all his own that’s unique to the little bean. :)

What all the code from different characters share in common is that they have similar ‘traits’, meaning that they can be ‘read’ and similarities can be noticed. When Fatal sees something marked as ‘mine’, it’s because he sees something that the particular character has in common with his Paps (for example, like how Goth and Papyrus both are friendly). The ‘not mine’ refers to him seeing something that the character and his Paps don’t share in common (like how Goth likes dark humor, but his Paps doesn’t).

Hope this clears things up a bit! Also this is totes important information, might be good to keep in mind <3


Day 4 ––– Autumn / Costuming / Cooking Together

Hide knows ‘neki is a ghoulie and they live happily together~

OKAY SO, I am very late please forgive me ; ;  this took a bit longer than I thought it would…oopsie~

pretty sure everything’s gonna be late now but I am definitely doing all the prompts! also I know they aren’t technically cooking together but oh well~

Please don’t steal or remove my signature (◡‿◡✿) thank you!

Justice League: Darkseid War: Green Lantern analysis

So I posted recently on how I was writing a big comics paper for school, and one or two people expressed their interest in reading it, so I figured I’d post it on here. It’s edited: the original paper was a comparison between this as a positive example of a single-issue story and another comic as a negative example, and for the sake of politeness I removed all references to that; this is just the chunk of the paper analyzing Tom King, Doc Shaner, Chris Sotomayor, and Tom Napolitano’s Justice League: Darkseid War: Green Lantern. Since I wrote this for school, it’s much drier and more formal than my usual writing here, and I’m writing on the assumption that the reader of the essay has essentially never read a comic before, i.e. is it successful at basic storytelling principles to carry the uninitiated, can you tell what’s going on if you’ve never seen or read a Green Lantern story in your life, etc. And for the sake of occasionally breaking up the text now that this isn’t in an academic context, I put in a couple splash pages from the story itself.

Spoilers under the cut; the assumption with this is that you’ve already read it.

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I love this because it shows just how much Yami has grown. Especially in the chronological manga, this is a guy who used to take pleasure in playing games that killed and mentally scarred people. Now he realizes how wrong that method of protection was. I love how angry he gets and you can see in that second to last panel that he’s deep in thought and anger, probably about how he’s seeing how he used to act mirrored at him.