Shima Sakon chibi gif by http://mabsart.tumblr.com/

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Main fandom :Sengoku Basara and a few other series.
japanlove:

20140104 Nagoya Cultural Path 9 (by BONGURI)

japanlove:

20140104 Nagoya Cultural Path 9 (by BONGURI)


LET'S ROCK!
LET'S ROCK!
allthingseurope:

Orava Castle, Slovakia (by Tomas Sereda)

allthingseurope:

Orava Castle, Slovakia (by Tomas Sereda)

givemetrills:

coffee is the most important meal of the day

pixelatedlemi:

a requested WIP/process gif of the previous winter au + another winter au version that i decided i’ll be working on next. i think the initial setting was actually that everyone will be having a party / bbq / hotpot get-together of some sort ;;;; /nervous laughing/ ー( ´ ▽ ` )ノ hence the reason they are carrying things but really im just making excuses to draw some uneeded things here orz im hopeless 

deciding what clothes they wear is pretty hard as i’m an idiot with no fashion sense haha;; if i dont die i’ll do all of them maybe(T∇T)i actually look forward to doing the Odas

Anonymously tell me your feelings for me.

It doesn’t have to be romantic (though if you did feel that way, it’d be perfectly fine). Just how you feel in general. I get curious of people’s impressions of me.

yukinaenae:

JEに対する怒りのらくがき

yukinaenae:

JEに対する怒りのらくがき

“I should have loved myself with the love I gave to you.”
11 word story (via t0xic-roses)

haizi0812:

プリティーリズムレインボーライブ

個人誌の表紙

なる セブンスラブリープラチナドレス(まだ描き慣れてなくてボツ)

モモちゃん

なる イースターコーデ(表紙用)

しかしウィンク好きだな

koikishu:

thekimonogallery:

Silk furisode for attending a wedding.  Japan

Actually, due to the trailing skirts, lightly padded hems, and wedding motifs, these are more likely the kakeshita kimono worn underneath uchikake kimono by the bride.

steelylaceribbon:

c0ssette:

Eugene de Blaas (1843-1932)

 Girl in a Lilac-Coloured Dress with Bouquet of Flowers, (~1911)

steelylaceribbon:

c0ssette:

Eugene de Blaas (1843-1932)

 Girl in a Lilac-Coloured Dress with Bouquet of Flowers, (~1911)

back-then:

1899 photograph of Yellow Boy (Hokshila Zizi), Oglala Lakota dressed for the Grass Dance. His arms and torso painted with lightning lines, thus impersonating a thunderstorm about to fall upon the enemy.

back-then:

1899 photograph of Yellow Boy (Hokshila Zizi), Oglala Lakota dressed for the Grass Dance. His arms and torso painted with lightning lines, thus impersonating a thunderstorm about to fall upon the enemy.

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