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Posts Tagged “pixiv”

ToriNaru – ReiMari-Santa

Posted on December 25th, 2014 by Hitstun

The tree is up, the lights are on, the presents are wrapped, and it’s Christmas Day. I might even get to take a nap for a few hours before things get started. Pixiv’s Christmas tag is used way more than I expected, even on Pixiv Spotlight. Happy holidays, everyone! Source: http://www.pixiv.net/member_illust.php?mode=medium&illust_id=47611488 (「れいまりさんた」/「鳥成」のイラスト [pixiv]) via filtering […]

Fuzichoco

Posted on December 2nd, 2014 by Hitstun

When I’m browsing around Pixiv and something that jumps out at me with its colors and style, it usually belongs to Fuzichoco. She comes up time and time again on Pixiv’s staff picks blog Pixiv Spotlight with her modern take on traditional Japanese themes. She even made the box art for her favorite drawing program, […]

John Hathway – Magic Rocket Station (another)

Posted on October 28th, 2014 by Hitstun

Time for another dual-monitor desktop wallpaper with a lot going on. Pixiv artist John Hathway puts on some Susumu Hirasawa music and draws Mahocho, a vertical city of magic users that use flying brooms, rockets, and jetpacks to get around. The scale is so big you need a fisheye lens to see it all. Oh, […]

Kaido – Death of Stars

Posted on September 29th, 2014 by Hitstun

While looking around on Pixiv and adding bookmarks, I found out that good artists tend to have really good bookmarks of their own. This is how I find stuff like Anime Galactus destroying some planets. Also, things that users tag as “Futsukushii”, “Hisense”, and “Click Recommended” are usually great picks, and this one has all […]

Yatsude – Country of a Thousand Nights and Ten Billion Mornings

Posted on September 12th, 2014 by Hitstun

That’s my best guess on the translation of the actual title “Sen no Yoru to Hyaku Oku no Asa no Kuni”. Anyway, this is my new desktop wallpaper, and it really is shockingly good. It’s the kind of fantasy town I want to live in, but it’s almost realistic, too. I highly recommend logging into […]