Kimi ni Todoke – Confession Time!

So the latest chapter of Kimi ni Todoke illustrates so well just why I love it so much. While the story revolves around Kazehaya and Sawako, those that surround them aren’t just background characters who don’t matter at all.

I found myself anticipating this confession just as much as I had been dying to see Kazehaya finally confess to Sawako. Continue reading

I just wanted to find a good wallpaper

When I stumbled across this GORGEOUS rendition of Gumi. Ok. It wasn’t this EXACT picture, but a cropped wallpaper sized thing on Konachan, but anyway, I was DETERMINED to fine the artist to this picture. Of course, I started looking with the cropped version first, which brought up no answers. But eventually I was able to find the original image and track down the artist: Tibino (pixiv). <-major hetalia fan, btw.

Turns out this, one of the few completely color/completed images that Tobino has created was made for a song named “dramatic re:birth”. It’s not that good of a song, and Gumi was tuned pretty badly, which is a bit of a waste.

Now, why am I typing all this? Why, of course, so I’d have something which is close enough to substantial to go with the picture. That, and also because I want to ramble for a bit. I miss blogging.

On a related note. I LOVE this kind of coloring. Simple, but SO effective.

On a semi-related note, I dropped Hanasaku Iroha.

On a completely unrelated note, I got handed-me-down-ed an iTouch. Are there any useful/weird apps that any readers would like to recommend?

I love…

…Summer vacation, as I feel SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO much more relaxed.

…Durarara, because it’s tightly written storyline is simply amazing.

….Panty, stocking, & garterbelt, since it’s one of the most entertaining series that I have ever seen in my entire life.

…Anohana, even if it’s a tad TOO melodramatic.

…Sherlock, because Benedict Cumberbatch is delicious.

…Portal 2, even though looking at the interface (well, the interface of anything akin of first person shooter) makes my head hurt. 

…Chinese translation groups, since they did Aiyoku no Eustia in 2 months. TWO MONTHS. Oh my MADOKA (the joke, for those who have played the game, is intended).

…I can’t believe I forget this, but I LOVE CANADA. YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS.