•Day 34/100 Days of productivity•
Making my way through measuring methods in biomechanics. Somehow I managed to fall back a bit but that's okay. Just gotta keep on going and stay with it.
Luckily the calmness of Ghibli movies always made me feel better.
Soundtrack: Howls Moving Castle by Studio Ghibli
Doodle dump! I love Ghibli, so have this Marichat Ghibli AU with Chat as the Baron in Whisper of the Heart AND the Cat Returns!
Feel like shit just want whatever these two had
Screencap redraw from Howl’s Moving Castle
Watching (most) movies/TV shows are better watched with someone else, especially if you have seen it and they haven’t. I love watching something sad, upsetting, happy, thrilling, etc. and watching someone else’s reactions and cry or laughing or getting upset with them.
I especially love it when a good/bad/intense part of the show/movie is about to happen and you sit there glancing repeatedly at the person to watch their reaction.
Also THAT REMINDS ME
for you @wanderingbandurria my bestie my mutual have howl with his hair tied up
Me and my girlfriend (@am-i-cool-yet-yummy) as Howl and Sophie! Isn't she the cutest?
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Quick sketch of my favorite characters from my favorite movie of all time
Ashitaka, San, and her wolf brothers from Princess Mononoke
Art trade with @princewarmachine Drawing cute things gives me life now
Can someone tell me why this movie unexpectedly hit me right in the feels????
Ghibli Redraw from Princess Mononoke.
You know two people has true love when they know of your bad sides but still loves you, like when you summon the spirit of the darkness when your hair dyes gets mixed up, or you're a bit of a nosey person who also brings the witch of the Waste into the house,
or the fact that you get so jealous you keep cutting up your s/o coat, or that you keep making such a ruckus when you have a mere cold.
Sophie Hatter, aged 17, gets turned to an old woman. Had to calm herself for a bit before making the decision to leave home, and maybe undo her curse.
Finds a moving castle, makes a deal with a fire demon and hires herself as the maid for the said moving castle.
Man, this woman is courageous and decisive. No wonder Howl fell for her.
I first saw Howl's Moving Castle when I was in my pre-teens and I loved it to bits. Still do. And that was a few years before I knew that it was based on a book of the same name.
I wonder if there were fans of the book who got annoyed by the difference.