Originally Posted by Torgetsu Kon Thanks for the requests, everyone! I'll be sure to get to them in a steady order :) If you don't mind me adding mine...a Mudkip and an Altaria in the same drawing being kinda playful and love-y. =]
Thanks for the requests, everyone! I'll be sure to get to them in a steady order :)
Hi!! Do you think you could draw two Pokémon together? :D Unless that wouldn't be too much trouble?
You got a really cool art style! Do you want to draw me a Floette with an ornage flower? I really like her.
Jolteon, Garchomp, Espurr, or Raichu, please. :3
That's some cool stuff.
Ahaha, those are really cool.
I've been watching it since the very beginning, but I know there are a couple episodes I have missed.
Hmm, that's pretty cool you guys :). I thought it'd be harder to find someone who did.
Yep. :3 My sisters just plopped me in front of the T.V. when I was little. I grew up on that show.
I've watched almost every episode from season 3 to season 21.
I have only missed season 1, 2 and like 2-3 episodes of season 21.
I'd just be curious to meet one (truthfully, that's not something easy to do). It's not the best show on T.V. I'll admit, but it has it's moments (especially the older episodes).
I'm pretty sure there is quite a lot of them. I personally don't like it though.
Another benefit of the great turkey Ho-oh! Because everyone hates a frozen turkey, but loves easy to prepare meals :)
Also, with all that Sacred Fire, the innards are cooked anyway. You only have to stick it in the microwave for about three minutes and it's ready to eat. Kwik KFT.
Happy Thanksgiving! :D
Don't feel too bad. He's also part Phoenix, so once he's consumed, he will be reborn again for next year.
I feel bad that I'm gonna eat a legendary pokemon tonight.
Praise the mighty Captain Falcon!
@Hide in Plain Sight: Regardless of "Let's Fighting Love's" translation (which I believe is basically making fun of the song itself), it's still a catchy song. I believe Trey speaks Japanese
@Satoshi-Kun: To say Miyazaki is the Disney of Japan would be a quite accurate compliment, considering his work.I was also peeved that everytime Toonami did a month of Miyazaki, Totoro was never shown (or so I recall). I'm sure lots of people love his work, whether they show it or not, but I'm glad it's getting some recognition. Let's say 2010 is the year of the Totoro :)
Oh holy shit, that was amazing! Unless I'm wrong, Totoro never really has gotten a huge fanbase in the US (at least compared to Miyazaki's newer films), it's one of my favorites of his. Seeing Totoro in Toy Story 3, and what I just saw right now really made me smile.
It makes me wonder how many other writers, directors, and animators are Totoro fans.