Hello! I'm Kuruk, and my sincerest aspiration is to one day be crowned King of the OT3s. Welcome to my blog!
The fandoms you'll see most on here are Shingeki no Kyojin, the MOTHER series, Pokémon, Madoka Magica, Evangelion, and Adventure Time. Others include The Legend of Zelda, Homestuck, Kid Icarus, Revolutionary Girl Utena, and Princess Tutu.
i’m trying to figure out how i like drawing them?? hmm
Something rushed, because some music made me want to see Reiner hiding in hoodies :P
Finished! Some of you might remember part of the sketch from Cracktember Challenge. It was planned to become a wonderful painting with a landscape bg, full of hidden meanings, but got totally lost after the characters were ready… yeah, have a window instead. Which, in my mind, is either the OoT courtyard window or a random Temple of Time window.
Dear Ponthion, who’s a charming person and great artist, posted a beautiful ZelGan piece several days ago - it seems backgrounds are our enemies ehehe. When I look at our artworks now, I’m amazed how similar and yet very different they turned out xD
Zelda’s 5’7”, Ganny’s 7’2” tall. I wanted to make him big, somehow intimidating, but still human. While this princess is quite tall and never had to move her eyes that high while talking to someone.
Reincarnation AU Berik? Or incubus timeline Berik where he’s a werewolf? Either way, he’s not happy with Reiner.
I would have liked closure for them. Or rather, I would have liked it for their relationship. Some closure is dispensed on an individual basis in that Seki has reconciled with his father and Shimizu has found a place he feels appreciated and believed in… but we do not receive any for their relationship arc.
We get the trappings of it: Seki runs into the burning building, has a sort of “confrontation” with the man who has catalyzed the rift-formation in Seki’s relationship with Shimizu by offering him appreciation and meaning through a place in what looks to be a shady cult, carries Shimizu to safety, waits outside the hospital to reconcile, and… it never happens. It builds up in all the right ways: the burning building a reiterated setting—doubly significant because the burning factory from their childhood caused the pyrophobia that prevented him from acting when they were children, fostered his initial bout of acceptance of and faith in Shimizu after witnessing how capable he was, and is ultimately overcome when Seki runs into the fire to rescue Shimizu—the resolutions both characters seem to reach… but it’s never realized.
Here is what we do get.Read More