Kyuketsukimiyu - Daily Photo
Photo 174: Metroid Munny
I made this for my boyfriend for valentines day. Yay. I think I may have taken a photo of this a while ago, but this is a different photo. 

Photo 174: Metroid Munny

I made this for my boyfriend for valentines day. Yay. I think I may have taken a photo of this a while ago, but this is a different photo. 

Photo 91: Advanced Power
My boyfriend and I have been spending  lot of time with nostalgic video games lately. He pulled out the N64 and I pulled out my my GameBoy Advanced. It has been a lot of fun, as we have been playing games I haven’t touched in close to ten years. At any rate, after feeling unsure what I should photo to snap, I decided to make take make my boyfriend pose with GBA.

Photo 91: Advanced Power

My boyfriend and I have been spending  lot of time with nostalgic video games lately. He pulled out the N64 and I pulled out my my GameBoy Advanced. It has been a lot of fun, as we have been playing games I haven’t touched in close to ten years. At any rate, after feeling unsure what I should photo to snap, I decided to make take make my boyfriend pose with GBA.

Photo 42: IzanagiI ordered this figure ages ago and after an unsuccessful rescue attempt from the post office yesterday, I was finally able got my hands on him yesterday. And god, was he worth the wait. He is gorgeous, with incredible sculpting and painting detail. The billowing of his coat really makes him look large and impressive. Persona 4 is one of my favorite games of all time, and I think this shot - especially with the desaturation - really captures the awesome feel of summoning the god that lives in the sea of your soul.  

Photo 42: Izanagi
I ordered this figure ages ago and after an unsuccessful rescue attempt from the post office yesterday, I was finally able got my hands on him yesterday. And god, was he worth the wait. He is gorgeous, with incredible sculpting and painting detail. The billowing of his coat really makes him look large and impressive. 
Persona 4 is one of my favorite games of all time, and I think this shot - especially with the desaturation - really captures the awesome feel of summoning the god that lives in the sea of your soul.