-Urban Canvas ( Mesh by thenumberswoman ) - 12 Swatches
-Urban Rugs ( Mesh by thenumberswoman ) - 14 Swatches
-Urban Walls - 4 Patterns in different colors
-Urban Carpet - 3 Patterns in 3 colors each
-Urban concrete Floor - 6 colors
I hope you like my Urban City-Set!
PS: Sorry for the crappy pictures/Screenshots! I working on this set for weeks in my short free time I had. After its finaly done, I wanna share it with you today. So I didn`t have the time to make nice pics.
I would love to see when you use my stuff in your pictures, houses, rooms etc. So please tag me/give credit to me ( not a must ). Thanks!
You’re right, K is not a roman numeral. However, the K itself is not what I was referring to specifically. In the original color spread for the second popularity poll, where the fantasy costumes were first introduced, Bakugou instead had an I on his shoulder. Not a K.
In fact, all of the characters shown on the popularity poll color spread had roman numerals that were shown on some part of their design to showcase their placing. (Notice the V on Kirishima’s shoulder.) The roman numeral I represents the number one, which was Bakugou’s placing in the second popularity poll.
The anime producer’s decided to change it to a K in the fantasy ending. This is where the idea that K means something stems from.
I understand that this can be a teaser as well as a substitute for non-manga readers who may not of seen the poll designs. In other words, the K can have any meaning you give it since it has not been disclosed publicly as to why they would change the design.
I personally prefer the roman numeral though, likely because I am bias and Bakugou is my favorite character. I like that the K is there, I am just a little saddened that my son’s number one has been figuratively taken. It’s okay though; he is still number one in my heart and for what ever reason that the producer’s decided to change his design, I am still happy to see Bakugou placing first in popularity and having such an amazing costume.
BUT SHE KEEPS LIVING THERE ANYWAY. I’m on to you, Jess. it would’ve been easy for her to say, “yeah, you’re right, I should probably get my own place or move in with Cece” but she didn’t. it was more important for her to live with Nick than have a successful romantic relationship. these two idiots were holding out for each other the whole dang time
Hey guys! as some of you know, I’ve been having a rough time so I wanted to draw Victor and while I was at it, my PC crashed and all I had left of the drawing was this low-resolution screenshot. I’m sorry it looks so crappy. It was great at the beginning.
So I was watching my friend Layla ( @mysticfunyuns ) play SDR2 on Steam (as I bought the game for her), and while she was playing, I noticed something really fricking cool. I usually don’t pay attention to the white noise text, since most of it is pointless babble (and also when you’re concentrating on matching up the truth bullets to the right weak points you’re less likely focused on said pointless babble), but then I noticed this little easter egg.
The text fudging says -
“Where’s Yasuke?” “…ed murdered in the academy…” “I won’t make fun of that.” “So this is the despair of losing your beloved…”
ENOSHIMA WHAT THE HECK SERIOUSLY.
Also sorry for the crappy screenshots. This won’t make sense if you don’t have context to Zero especially, but dang this is such a cool and terrible seriously easter egg!