” After all, justice in this world is just a bunch of principles made by those with power to suit themselves. “
Random crossover that crossed my mind.
It was amusing and good practice.
kerikaorin asked: Oh my gosh... your art... I was stal- um, browsing the aph France tag, and all of a sudden I see this amazing sepia drawing of him in wartime. YOUR ART IS BEAUTIFUL! Thank you!
I’m so glad you found it in the tags! XD I thought it was buried a long time ago. Thank you so much for the warm compliments!
I just like drawing things in wartime mode. Hopefully soon I can make more vintage art again!~
The Shin-sen-gumi (‘newly selected corps’) were a special police force of the late shogunate period.
Essentially, the Shinsengumi was a police troop. Patrolling the streets of Kyoto and keeping the peace. They vowed to protect Kyoto with their swords.
The Shinsengumi members were originally also known as the Miburō, meaning “ronin of Mibu”, Mibu being the then-suburb of central Kyoto where they were stationed. However, the reputation of the Shinsengumi became tarnished quite early on, and their nickname soon changed to “Wolves of Mibu”. Shinsengumi could be translated as “Newly Selected Corps” (Shinsen means “new chosen (ones)”, while “gumi” translates as “group”, “team”, or “squad”.)
Their greatest enemies were the ronin samurai of the Mori clan of Chōshū (and later, former ally Shimazu clan of Satsuma, who supported the emperor.)
At its peak, the Shinsengumi had about 300 members. They were the first samurai group of the Tokugawa era to allow those from non-samurai classes like farmers and merchants to join. Previously, Japan had had a strict class hierarchy system. Many joined the group due to the desire to become samurai and be involved in political affairs. However, it is a misconception that most of the Shinsengumi members were from non-samurai classes. Out of 106 Shinsengumi members (among a total of 302 members at the time), there were 87 samurai, eight farmers, three merchants, three medical doctors, three priests, and two craftsmen. Quite a few leaders, such as Yamanami, Okita, Nagakura, and Harada, were born samurai.
Anonymous asked: Can I ask how you're printing your doujin and how you plan to ship it? I've been considering making my own but I have no idea how to even approach it and would really appreciate some insight!
I’m sort of short on cash so.
I usually make my doujins by hand. Here in my country, we call it the ‘indie’ way. Because our country charges so high on binding. So most likely it won’t be as big or bound in the same way as most doujins. I basically print the covers and photocopy (BEST quality as possible) the pages. Then I staple them together since I don’t have enough money for hard-core binding, yet. Maybe by the next doujin I’ll be more awesome hehe.
Shipping, I may need to ask help from everyone who is interested for the shipping fees. owo I can most likely ship weekly. But I will surely deliver.
Anonymous asked: How many pages is the doujin?
It’s around 24 pages. owo
Title: White Christmas
Pairing: FrUK (France x England)
Summary: Francis and Arthur spend their first Christmas together after the war.
This is my first Hetalia doujinshi! <3
For orders and further questions, please email me: email@example.com.
Doujin cover WIP.
Another doujin WIP.
This page took a while to do and I’ll bet it will be a pain to ink, too.