My computer died, so I drew it on my laptop, the colours are probably off. Also on my laptop there's only SAI and it doesn't have a text tool, I hope you can read my ugly handwriting D: I tried to make panels 1 and 6 look like in the anime. xD
Drew this after watching episode 4 of 'K Project'. This is basically canon, lol. They're totally married. xD
My thoughts on the anime so far: LOVE the characters design, animation and the COLOURS of the anime in general! As for the story, so far it was mostly humour/crack and gayness xDDD, not sure about the plot, it's kinda confusing, I hope the storyline will develope in the next episodes.
Based on a scene from episode 10 of Gay Project K Project. Shiro's constant blushing is highly suspicious to me...he must be day-dreaming about Kuroh al lot, poor guy, and Kuroh is so oblivious. This anime has so much BL fan-service that I have to remind myself it isn't actually a shonen-ai anime...or is it? lol
Saruhiko x Misaki ver of the Lucky Star Paffendorf parody ouo/
Animation is such a pain. oAo Especially the hair. How do you animate hair OTL I tried looking at other parodies of this, but they all just traced the original's bangs to make it look like its moving. QAQ I can't do that with Saru's hair. It'd look weird.
Time: 2 days Frames: 48 This is what happens when I run out of fanwork of OTP to obsess over ;;
Since I posted some K Project stuff I got many comments saying that Shiro+Kuroh look like Shion+Nezumi and like Allen+Kanda, and so I got the idea for this crossover comic. (Personally I don't think they're that similar, well except for hair colours, but they have different personalities.)
--- characters: Shiro and Kuroh (K Project), Shion and Nezumi (No.6), Allen and Kanda (D.Grayman)
But really, SCEPTER 4 just seems like the "good guys" in the first episode while HOMRA (Homura?) looked like your generic evil thugs, and then they totally just went and trolled the crap out of us. Of course, if you read K - Memory of Red beforehand, then you were off the hook.
Suoh Mikoto, Yata Misaki, Kusanagi Izumo, Munakata Reisi, Awashima Seri, Fushimi Saruhiko (c) K Project, GoRA