Hinata: "Naruto... er Homura! Come sign this contract!! You can't be a Puella Magi without it!"
LOL!!! This here was commissioned by and though I can't normally do cuteness, for some reason, it just came out O.O
I thought it was pretty hilarious, Hinata cosplaying as Kyuubey and Naruto as Homura. I think his sexy no jutsu wore off though LOL I love NaruHina coupling too! It's just so awesome XD Hopefully everyone enjoys this as much as I enjoyed drawing it. Again, still have 2 more slots open... maybe 3 LOL
If anyone would like to color this as well, just credit me for the lines and link me when you're done so I can see
I don't like Valentine's Day but this year I feel like drawing something love-like #__#. This is rather a quickly made drawing since I need a break after a complicated and time consuming digital colouring. I decided to make my OC Mizuki in a very Sailor Moonish hairstyle. Sorry for any mistakes but I was in a hurry ;;;
Due to my volunteer work with the Avengers Initiative (as Supergirl), I was asked to submit a Marvel character costume for membership with West Coast Avengers. Originally, I had two other characters of interest, but ultimately neither of them felt right, and I prolonged applying, wondering if I was going to find a Marvel lady who resonated with me as well as Supergirl does.
This is (basically) how the conversation went down: WCA: "Rose, you need a Marvel character to be officially brought into our group." Me: "K." WCA: "Shield agents are very easy to put together for the sake of the initial application." Me: "Mreh." WCA: "Captain America could always use USO girls. How about you do one of the USO girls?" Me: "I'd rather be Captain America." WCA: "In that case, let me introduce you to American Dream."
So. I picked up her comics and I truly loved her, her story, and her history. So I said "yes, Dream, I'll strap myself into a unitard for you."
On a more personal level, my grandparents came to the USA during WW2 from Russia. They didn't like to talk about what happened during the war, and were grateful to have have gotten over here at all. Most of my earliest memories are of my grandpa. Though I mourn the loss of our eastern European culture due to his adamant insistence on assimilation, I know that ultimately, my life was improved because of him. He'd be hella proud of this today. This one's for you, gramps.
American Dream~ Me! Photography~ TBrindisi Photography Special thanks to Ed, Jessica, and Sean for your contributions as well!