theme

”[…] As art is a notion that changes constantly, it has no limit, and therefore it can bend beyond our imagination. What is art’s true form, what should we preserve, and what can’t be preserved? The only thing we know for sure is that it will change, that it will distort - and there is absolutely nothing we can do to prevent it. It’s evolution.”

Hetalia: Evolution
(quote by me and I feel a little bit ashamed of it)
(also I’ve just got into cyberpunk and look what I just did)
(also it has been a pretty long time since the last time I drew mangaka!Japan and this morning he hit my head so hard I got a headache)

”[…] As art is a notion that changes constantly, it has no limit, and therefore it can bend beyond our imagination. What is art’s true form, what should we preserve, and what can’t be preserved? The only thing we know for sure is that it will change, that it will distort - and there is absolutely nothing we can do to prevent it. It’s evolution.”

Hetalia: Evolution

(quote by me and I feel a little bit ashamed of it)

(also I’ve just got into cyberpunk and look what I just did)

(also it has been a pretty long time since the last time I drew mangaka!Japan and this morning he hit my head so hard I got a headache)

Bastille - Pompeii (Sonic Session)
Bastille
Pompeii (Sonic Session)
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hotdamnsmith:

excuse me why are we not talking about this

sketchy-milk fjords-and-skerries or ask-young-norway (because where the hell is your main blog I dunno anymore
I AM A WEAPON OF MASSssSSSSSssss DESSSssTRUCTION 

sketchy-milk fjords-and-skerries or ask-young-norway (because where the hell is your main blog I dunno anymore

I AM A WEAPON OF MASSssSSSSSssss DESSSssTRUCTION 

REBLOG if your icon is actually you.
Skeptical Crisis

An original comic by me. 

Warning for shitty drawing, body horror, zombie apocalypse, too many rhetorical questions, and no real plotline. 

Summary: 

Too many questions and no answer. Sadly I still have to survive. 

Even without the greatest inspiration of my life. 

She’s gone. 

She’s gone. Gone. Gone. 

I believe she’s gone, and that is not her. 

Drawn as a gift for sketchy-milk. The protagonist’s appearance in this comic is based on mine, and the antagonist/second character’ is based on hers.

Afficher davantage

SO I NEED A QUICK TRANSLATOR 

LIKE REAL QUICK

LIKE RIGHT NOW

BECAUSE I NEED TO TRANSLATE A LIKE SUPER SHORT POEM

LIKE FOUR VERSE SHORT

AND JUST THAT

BUT

OF COURSE ITS IN VIETNAMESE

SO 

I still remember the first time I saw an English word. 

So, my mother tongue is Vietnamese which must probably sound alien-like to you English speaker, and my second language is French. That, in my own personal opinion, is hella badass, but I used to not know a single English word other than ‘hello’ until I was eleven, and even now academic English is like a goddamn dream to me. 

And honestly I miss that time. It was hilarious. Like you run around and every text in this world is written in English and your inner French just cries and do nothing productive at all and sometimes you just, well, give up. Even now (again) I still find this language really weird, because my brain is built for French, not this. Where even is the word “this” originated from, anyway? 

Okay, that was all phylosophic and emotional and nostalgic and shit, but 

like

the first English word I’ve ever seen 

is “milk”

and I cried a storm because I tried to read it the way I read French and I couldn’t and just hOW THE FUCK DID YOU ENGLISHMEN COME UP WITH THIS WORD IS THAT HOW IT’S REALLY FUCKING SPELT HOW DO YOU FUCKING PRONOUNCE IT COMMENT PEUT-ON PRONONCER CE MOT COMMENT COMMENT

sketchy-milk:

SERIOUSLY GUYS LOOK WHAT I JUST FOUND

I’M SCREAMING. I’M SCREECHING. I’M DYING.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but don't France has a relation to the Germanics as well? I'm pretty sure France had Germanic tribes back then and he has plenty of history with them as well.
Anonyme

hetahumor:

You guys are making me backtrack to my failure American knowledge of European history.

From what I recall there were a lot of German tribes who settled after the Roman Empire fell, such as the Ostrogoths in Italy and Vandals in Spain. Before France was France there were also lot of people moving around its territory that were not ‘French’. 

In Hetalia it seems that didn’t matter because the France we know today was alive back then, which must have meant his culture would be just starting. Historically he should have some relations, but as far as Hetalia goes there isn’t any indication that he is related to Germany, nor Prussia.

Feel free to correct me if I’m wrong.

Well, from what I’ve been taught at school and read (in libraries, duh), the Germanics got some territories from the Roman Empires before they fell. The Germanics traveled down from the nord (I remember so), slowly eating away what used to be under the Romans’ reign, and when the Roman Empire started to tear itself into pieces, they just put it to a pretty easy end. 

The Gaulle (kinda is France nowaday) wasn’t really of Roman Empire (well what does Asterix taught you), but on their way down the Germanics got it anyway. They had the tendency to just throw away their original religion and language and just blend in and marry some fine locals and live happily ever after, so the Gaullois let them be. 

After all that, I can come to the conclusion that France is 1/2 or 1/4 German. But seeing that he’s still the France he was back then, I am going toward the theory that was just a phase when he went all angsty I-dont-give-a-shit teenager and changed himself to be the fabulous France nowaday. 

Of course I might be wrong, because well I’ve learned this since freaking two or three years ago and honestly my mind is not built to store infos for that long.

Also after this Charles de Gaulle’s name suddenly makes sense


"So, you’re basically on a diet, and yet you’re right here next to me, eating a ice-cream-and-strawberry filled crepe with a chocolate cookie smoothie?""I am not eating the crepe.""Well you’re going to, because you just spent freaking one and a half dollar to buy it, and I’m not gonna eat it for you.""You know I’m on a diet.""Well no shit. Next time, call me before buying any food."

Hetalia: A Serious Conversation
(that feeling when the Canadian free healthcare myth walks through your nation border and slaps your face.)
Background ref (taken by me)

"So, you’re basically on a diet, and yet you’re right here next to me, eating a ice-cream-and-strawberry filled crepe with a chocolate cookie smoothie?"

"I am not eating the crepe."

"Well you’re going to, because you just spent freaking one and a half dollar to buy it, and I’m not gonna eat it for you."

"You know I’m on a diet."

"Well no shit. Next time, call me before buying any food."

Hetalia: A Serious Conversation

(that feeling when the Canadian free healthcare myth walks through your nation border and slaps your face.)

Background ref (taken by me)

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