Last morning I woke up with 245 followers. Since it’s a pretty number, and following the fact that Nostalgia Bomber Jacket reached 3 years on Dec 28th, I decided to make an art giveaway.
What you can get:
- A drawing of your fav character/couple of Saint Seiya/Digimon/Shingeki no Kyojin
- to participate,You have to follow this blog
-Like/ Reblog only once
Deadline: Feb 7
NOTES: I’ll draw almost anything, as long as is not extremely offensive. Also no-no to noncon and shotacon.
Check this tag to see my arts and give you a better idea of how would you like your drawing :)
Good luck! ♥
I m planning to make a blog for snk/aot stuff and have here my ss/general stuff. Mostly because I want to draw and discuss spoilerish stuff and the read more doesn’t work too well in the mobile app. What do you think ?
Mmm, I wish I could like, really talk with people about Shingeki no Kyojin.
So I can finally put my attention into other stuff;;;
Sup? trying to canalyze my 17-year old self to try to draw shotas
So, um, I haven’t been around as of lately.
Would you like to talk about something?Saint Seiya or Attack on Titan? I’ll be drawing stuff meanwhile, cleaning sketches…
THEY TRY SO HARD and aAAnd THEY CARE SO MUCH FOR THEIR FRIENDS (in a quasi psychotical and weird way ah)
To make more sense to this answer, I like to always remember something I read on a book when I was little. It went sorta like this: “soul mates are actually two fragments of a bigger soul that got together in a lifetime.”
It also implies that there are more fragments going around and that you can fall in love or have a special connection with many other people because of this fact, but I think that first part sums pretty much what I think of these two :’D
Francisco Alvarado Park, Zarcero, Costa Rica. Landscape designer Evangelisto Blanco shaped this dream-like wonderland out of conifer cypress trees in the 1960s. The enchanting park beckons to the young at heart with figures like waltzing elephants, a monkey on a motorcycle, and a crowded bullfight ring. Above are 16 topiaries that curve to create eerie and mysterious archways.
Photo credit: Jamie Royer
This is Tito.
He was a strayed dog we rescued from the streets. The vet told us he had 3 aprox. But most people when they saw him believed he was a puppy, ‘cause he was always fluffy. And had huge eyes.
We had Tito for five years. He was present when our aunt died. He was present when our dog Ami died. And he always showed an extremely cheery side of him when we felt bad.
Unfortunately, this past months weren’t easy for Tito. We discovered he had a cardiac malfuction. He felt a lot better with meds, but on monday night, he started having difficulties to breath.
I stayed with him all night long and took him to the vet the next day. She told us her cardiac situation was getting worse. On the evening of Tuesday, we sent him to a specialized veterinary were they kept him stable. But he got worse and today, two hours ago, went to sleep for a last time.
What I’m going to miss about Tito was what most people say it’s his “personality”. Maybe it’s the dog lover in me, but I actually believe he had a really strong attitude. He always told us when and where he wanted his cuddling, he liked things to be done in certain ways, and he always lick our faces when we picked him up, like a way to say “thanks”.
When he was feeling pretty bad, he always kept this “look” toward us. I’m not sure if he was telling us something, but what I’m sure is that we tried everything to make him as much comfortable as possible.
It’s hard to lose a pet (don’t let tools fool ya; it is hard when you lose something you love), but I’ll always be grateful to papininho and his antics.
I’m gonna miss ya, little divo ♥♥