Shingeki no Killer Dance Moves.
I AM SAUSAGEBORN.
IT HAPPENED COMPLETELY BY ACCIDENT HONEST.
Listening to the skyrim theme, opened a nichijou clip…and well…
Just watch it, mute the clip, keep the music.
Not even sorry.
THE RODEO CARBURETTOR - Speed of Flow (Gintama)
My favourite anime opening/ending theme. Well, maybe after a few choice others. Zetsubou Billy - Maximum the Hormone (Death Note), Crawl - VELTPUNCH (Nabari no Ou), Shunkan Sentimental - SCANDAL (FMA: Brotherhood) and Futuristic Imagination - School Food Punishment (Higashi no Eden) are all right up there. I’ll probably link them as I get bored over the next couple of days yaknow.
Spent the last half hour in stitches; how did I not bother giving DBZ: Abridged the time of day before?
Now to check out the avatar and yugioh versions.
Btw, is this an anime opening anywhere? I know the song, I was singing along with it, yet can’t remember (or find) any anime that it’s associated with.
Oh man…Angel Beats…
Ladies and Gents; every anime opening ever.
Guwahh, finally got this done. Had to mess around with colour profiles right at the end since they were wrong and it ended up looking awful once uploaded xD.
Oh well. Fairly high rez download for ya’ll (credit where credit’s due if you decide to use it.) but there’s a higher one lurking on my hdd. May make a poster and hang it up on my wall :)
There’s just something about Angel Beats and rocket chairs.
Going on a serious nostalgia trip today. Browsing webarchives.org for cached versions of sites I used to frequent that no longer exist.
Mangarevolution.com was one of them, the very first art site I really got into. The one I signed up to not long after learning that the pokemon and dragonball z characters I liked to draw were part of a greater genre called “manga”.
Each new member started at level one, with four slots for gallery pics, as you levelled up you gained more gallery space along with access to more of the site’s features. Experience points were earned by uploading artwork that got a lot of recommendations.
You’d think that that means that only the really good ones can access the site in the end, but another way to gain (even more) exp was to upload high quality, original tutorials to the site, meaning those who were experienced helped the newbies, and those newbies quickly improved by leaps and bounds.
Honestly, it was the closest knit and most attentive art community I’ve ever been a part of. Even now, five years later, I still recognise people’s usernames and remember the galleries they had. Trying to get your work out there now can feel a little like thrashing in the ocean.
It was the site that gave me the kickstart I needed into digital art, receiving special workflow tips and tricks from the best of them. It still burns that it’s long been closed down. The big boss penguin (augustus I think his username was) just couldn’t afford to carry on maintaining the servers.
I’ve not seen another like it since, but now that I’m a little older I’d happily donate a little each month to support a site with the same system, that focuses on critique, improvement, and community interaction. If anyone knows of one, link me!
Just thought y’all would appreciate what I’ve spent the last hour or so doodling.
I’m incredibly rusty at this digital painting business, so it’ll be good to get back into practice.
Ao no Exorcist OST 11
Reminds me of the funky urban stuff you’d hear in Jet Set Radio. Just really chilled and upbeat. Just this whole soundtrack, that, and Guilty Crown’s.