Hey I'm Key. An anime enthusiast. A movie addict. A bookworm. A wannabe writer. A kid at heart. A dreamer. A weirdo. But most of all a believer.

This tiny space of mine contains the things I am crazy about and can't get off my mind. Enjoy exploring the insides of my glorious yet undeniably crazy head!
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That face Killua made when Gon said those words. He looks so broken I feel my heart breaking too.

That face Killua made when Gon said those words. He looks so broken I feel my heart breaking too.

Now that ‘s what I call an entrance! (*≧▽≦)ノシ))

Now that ‘s what I call an entrance! (*≧▽≦)ノシ))

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JL8 #150 by Yale Stewart
Based on characters in DC Comics. 
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JL8 #150 by Yale Stewart

Based on characters in DC Comics. 

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I’m just trying to prove, maybe, just maybe I can do more than what I was built for.
—Dusty Crophopper, Disney’s Planes

pandabakajanai:

some Disney Cross gender fanart that I draw This week

This is way too cool!! ≧✯O✯≦

Source: pandabakajanai Via: ichikonohakko

"The opening is actually linked to many things that occur in the series, such as the swimming scenes being the same ones that took place in the last episode. Because I planned to make Rin cry in the last episode, for instance, I put in a shot of Rin’s tears. There’s also a shot of Makoto fearing the ocean. Seeing Rei sinking in the water makes it appear a bit ominous, but it’s just meant to show that he can’t swim (lol). Also, the windmills behind Rei are meant to bring imagery of the place where Rei and Rin had their confrontation in episode 11.
As for the song itself, I asked the music producer not for a song that was simply cheerful and melodic, but one where hints of sadness could be seen between the gaps. The camera is also kept rolling, keeping the video running at a good tempo, so that it won’t halt the song’s casual rhythm and intensity. The timing for the part where Haruka’s hand drops and someone from above reaches out to pull him up was very difficult to establish, and I remember getting it readjusted many times… As for the rest, well, we just didn’t want to lose to the music’s beat. I aimed for an animation opening that was as cool as the song.”

—Director Utsumi Hiroko (PASH! Perfect File fanbook)

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"Since they’re surrounded by floods and floods of water in the opening and in the series, I thought, why not make the ending pure dryness, which is why it takes place in the desert. The people around me kept saying "I don’t understand…" like Rei-chan when they heard this idea though (lol). Since I wanted to show a wide difference from the traveling Haruka in search of water, I made Rin a king of water, something like a rich oil tycoon. I wanted to make him seem kind of annoying, as if he were saying "Look at all this bountiful water that I’m surrounded with! Jealous, Haru?" (lol). Also, I was very happy to be allowed to insert swimming lingo into the lyrics. Since the finished music was also very rhythmical, I put in dance scenes in addition to the desert scenes. Their movements are taken from swim strokes. When Makoto goes "kick! kick! kick!" he’s making a kick pose. But Rei’s "pull!" is the pull motion in breaststroke. If he were to do the actual butterfly stroke, it wouldn’t do well visually. I imagined the dance taking place at a club, inside a slightly dark, dodgy-looking room, using the water ripples as lights. The dancing was also referenced from club dancing. The satin, embroidered jumpers they’re wearing… are because I personally fancy them!"

—Director Utsumi Hiroko (PASH! Perfect File fanbook)

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I’m Just Like…

I’m just like Kuroko Tetsuya. No one ever notices my presence. No one knows that I’m there unless I speak. But I can be very passionate in the thing that I love.

I’m just like Shiroe. Someone who had the skill and talent to lead and yet was afraid to do so. Also, people only approach me when they need something from me because they know I could help them.

I’m just like Shimogamo Yajiro. Because of something horrible that I did, I hated myself. Instead of facing it, I hid myself inside a well away from the outside world.

I’m just like Matsuoka Rin. I was much open with my feelings when I was a child. But something happened to me and I kept my emotions to myself. Wanting to move on but still stuck in my past.

I’m just like Onoda Sakamichi. Because of the things I love, I don’t have that much friends. But despite that I keep on hoping that I’ll meet people who I could connect with.

Wow, it’s been such a long time since I last posted here. It kinda makes me feel sad not writing my thoughts here. But anyways, I’m back!

So what have I been doing these past months? Hmm, well I’ve drowned myself in anime, books, movies and studying. I just forgot to open this up and write. Well, I don;t even know if anyone missed me. But, yeah, whatever. My mind can’t form a proper sentence. I’m sorry. It’s just good to be back. \(^____^)/

Stages of Emotion When Watching Anime~

cearyauryn:

imageExcitement for new season/series of anime show

imageExcitement the day before the show airs

imageExcitement while watching

imageThrough enjoyment of show

imageGood ending of show’s season/series

imageShock that the season/series is over

imageUnbearable sniffles over the ending of the season/series

imageTears keep falling…

imageUntil you sob…

imageBecause it’s over…

imageFeeling of want the show to have another season

Via: inari-chan-sama