I should probably queue the things I like sometimes, rather than dumping them all at once. That might get annoying though.
Looking a little crazy there, Ryuko.
I may have posted these before, but they’re amazing enough for a second round.
[muffled beatboxing Roxy in the background]
Breeding Duties 2: The Revenge
B: I think I like this whole pen thing
The cutest pic of Jade I’ve seen in a long time.
I don’t have the source for this image, but I want to see if the tagging problem ever got fixed
Wanna rub that bulge
Don’t diss the gameboy camera, son. That shit was tight. You could put mario on your pictures and everything.
Wow, I always draw eyes too small when I’m doing realistic style. I think it’s some sort of overcorrection since I mostly draw huge-eyed anime girls.
Let me first say that I adored the animation, the direction, and the cinematography in Madoka Magica 3 -The Rebellion Story-. Like the original series, or the first two movies, it paints a picture of a world that can’t help but enthrall, a dualism of crystalline urban perfection against terrifying pop-art dreamscapes. The movie also goes further and adds in welcome details of daily life in this world, backfilling elements that were passed over by the original series’ brisk pacing. Every detail, right down to the icon for requesting a bus stop, evinces attention and love. The extraordinary effort put into worldbuilding, as well as the way the movie engages with the fandom’s pet theories and ships—and even held a fanart contest to promote the movie—sends a clear message: Come, play in this world we’ve created, share in our flight of fancy.
This is no accident, because the clear intent of the movie is to open the way for a sequel. The events of the movie do much to temper the finality of the original ending. By design, the movie opens more plot threads than it closes, and as a result the writing lacks the purpose, the mounting urgency of the original series. For the first time in the continuity, there are scenes that feel wasted. Compared to the original series, Madoka Magica 3 does more to suck the viewer into its world, but offers less to keep them there.
But hey, we’re going to get a sequel, so it’s fun to speculate. Here’s mine.
Is… Is that the white tree of Gondor on her swim suit?