Hm, so it seems that, for the time being, Greed has become my muse. Unfortunately (because he is Greed) he can only inspire me to draw pictures of him. The first image I had been working on all day (because I had to keep stopping to do silly things like go to class) and finally, in the middle of working on my art final, at one a.m., Greed demanded I at least ink the damn thing. The finished version is here ( Collapse )
I tried to tell him, patiently and rationally, that I could not just drop everything and draw him at every hour of the day and night. In response he made me draw this;
We've all seen the icon about how there are so few FMA AMVs that are NOT done to Evanescence. Originally, I had decided that an AMV done to one of Yuki Kajiura's songs on the CD "Fiction" would be really, REALLY nifty, but then my brain decided to bring this up:
If we want a pair of Elric coats (red and green) that will last and can be worn all summer...is it better to go with 100% cotton or 35% cotton and 65% polyester? They're the only fabrics I found with nice shades. With cotton, I know I can get the sign printed at the shop. But my mom keeps saying it'll shrink and wrinkle. So, how else could I make the sign, if we pick the second fabric? Would fabric paint last? Or should we have the lady sew it too? I know nothing about this stuff...any help appreciated...
Um, well we weren't planning to cosplay, we just really want a pair of Elric coats to wear around and see if anybody came up to us knowing what they were(yeah, won't happen...but would be funny), but we might pick up the rest since we already have gloves, a silver clock and my sister is a short blonde. So, anyone knows where to get decent belts? I've been to several shops in 3 different cities and didn't find anything even remotely similar. >_
Um. May I ask a question? Or two? Like, did the omake where Havoc met Armstrong's sister ever made it into the anime?
And....how do you think the FMA anime would end? No, not the ending. How would it end relative to the manga? The Chrno Crusade method, where both of them arrived at similiar endings (although the paths they used to get there do DIVERGE, hell) at roughly the same time? The FMP method, where the anime ends on pretty much a cliffhanger, waiting for the original to get on its ass so it could move on? The X/1999 method, where it is assumed any manga thing further than what's on at airing time could rot for all they care?
It's been bugging me for a while now....if there's any insights, I'd be eternally grateful.