Look! A blog with flying buff dogs has appeared!

This here is Kyuuta, some asshole who posts too much about silly box dogs taking a manly journey for men.
Stuff I like includes :
-Ginga Nagareboshi Gin
-80's anime
-Dragon's Dogma
-Random other stuff, honestly
Tagged: GNG Tagged: GDW
Tagged: Chirin no Suzu Tagged: Tokyo Jungle Tagged: Lioden Tagged: Dragon's Dogma

skybird99:

A full body, no shade commission for Kyuuta (#1225) of their main male on Lioden! I managed to get this one done because I had the rough sketch in my sta.sh, that god for that. My other commissions though, all the files are on my laptop so I can’t do them until I get it back. :/

Anyway, this one was relaxing. Enjoy!

YOU GONNA FUCKING LAUGH RAOUL?

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U GONA FUK CKNI LAHGU?????

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suicunerider:

kyuuta:

For anyone who has missed this gradually growing thing over the last 2(?) years: it started from one of Gin’s mid-transition shots and it became a journey through Gin’s best stares.

As the character with the most overwhelming amount of lingering shots and closeups, he has had many a moment to blankly observe and judge all situations going on all the way from the ’80s. Not even GDW and the mangas themselves were spared Gin’s shameless habit of staring.

is this still relevant?

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yES

For anyone who has missed this gradually growing thing over the last 2(?) years: it started from one of Gin’s mid-transition shots and it became a journey through Gin’s best stares.

As the character with the most overwhelming amount of lingering shots and closeups, he has had many a moment to blankly observe and judge all situations going on all the way from the ’80s. Not even GDW and the mangas themselves were spared Gin’s shameless habit of staring.

suicunerider:

silently tearing into my favorite overpowered dog one bad mspaint image at a time

WJY DOES BAD/WEIRD SHIT ALWAYS HAPPEN TO YOU OH MY GOD??!!!

Because summer is hell

because summer ain’t swell

so summer gives you stories to tell

i am a full grown adult with eyebrows and i can handle things perfectly without freaking out at all.

"Each hand-drawn animation cel is created on paper and then digitized into the computer. Once the drawing is in the computer’s memory, it can be manipulated and incorporated into the actual game. All of the animation in "The Lion King" video game is new. We didn’t use anything from the movie to animate the main characters. Some of the backgrounds you see in the game, however, were digitized from the actual background art used in the movie." - The Lion King Official Game Book, 1994