crocus29
crocus29:

So I had been studying Hisahide’s lines from all the games… And found out that he’s actually such a tragic character ;;;___;;; *wants to give him a hug* [Hisahide: Tosho, don’t touch me!]
rikyunn put up a very beautifully written analysis about him & his lines, too! Hisahide’s a really interesting character and had really turned into one of my favourites! >u<„

crocus29:

So I had been studying Hisahide’s lines from all the games… And found out that he’s actually such a tragic character ;;;___;;; *wants to give him a hug* [Hisahide: Tosho, don’t touch me!]

rikyunn put up a very beautifully written analysis about him & his lines, too! Hisahide’s a really interesting character and had really turned into one of my favourites! >u<„

dreamsofsengoku

dreamsofsengoku:

I post too much Masamune sometimes. No such thing actually but not the point ww. I want this to be a blog about every character but he seduces me with his sexy body. Its like “Chiaki, you have to reblog me” or “Hey Im some sweet fan art why dont you post me?” and I just give in. STOP SEDUCING ME MASAMUNE.

strawberrykimono
kimononagoya:

A bunny kimono! The rabbits are wearing scarves and collars, and done in the common Japanese style of albino rabbits with red eyes. I really appreciate their gangly legs and feather-like ears, which give a sense of direction and almost leaf-like design to the rabbits. There are no flowers or any other design on the kimono itself, so if the rabbits were just sitting, they would be nearly circular and be more like polka-dots than flowers. 
The obi here is amazing—though only a few flowers actually match the bright fuchsia color of the kimono, the little blue flowers and the yellow also match the tiny highlights on the rabbits’ collars and the whole thing is tied together very strongly with these three colors, plus the white highlights. This obi was MADE for this kimono—there is no juggling of nearly-there color or matching across the color wheel.
In addition, the lace under the obi (a very modern, almost “kimono hime” touch) as well as on the eri (collar) adds a lot of texture, as if the obi flowers are dripping onto the kimono. This coordination has no obijime or obiage but it might not need it. I could perhaps see another striped obiage added here, but it would have to be a pastel and not fight for dominance with these two extremely bright pieces.

kimononagoya:

A bunny kimono! The rabbits are wearing scarves and collars, and done in the common Japanese style of albino rabbits with red eyes. I really appreciate their gangly legs and feather-like ears, which give a sense of direction and almost leaf-like design to the rabbits. There are no flowers or any other design on the kimono itself, so if the rabbits were just sitting, they would be nearly circular and be more like polka-dots than flowers. 

The obi here is amazing—though only a few flowers actually match the bright fuchsia color of the kimono, the little blue flowers and the yellow also match the tiny highlights on the rabbits’ collars and the whole thing is tied together very strongly with these three colors, plus the white highlights. This obi was MADE for this kimono—there is no juggling of nearly-there color or matching across the color wheel.

In addition, the lace under the obi (a very modern, almost “kimono hime” touch) as well as on the eri (collar) adds a lot of texture, as if the obi flowers are dripping onto the kimono. This coordination has no obijime or obiage but it might not need it. I could perhaps see another striped obiage added here, but it would have to be a pastel and not fight for dominance with these two extremely bright pieces.