See, I may be wrong but I’d like to try myself on this. I’ve seen some posts questioning about the Ultimate Sasori and Deidara jutsu. It was something which went “What’s the point of Sasori covering the C2 Dragon with Magnet Release: Iron Sand?”
Here’s my guess: Many low intensity bombs are often presented in metal casing so as to increase the burst pressure (such as the pipe bomb, if I remember right) and iron is a metal, so covering the entire C2 dragon with that sand has increased the normal C2 Dragon explosion’s intensity much more than the original. I mean, just look at that explosion. The size of that nearly equals C0 (Deidara’s Suicide Jutsu), so that iron sand helps a lot.
i know the akatsuki are suppose to be serious but all i could think though the entire video was
I finally got my Revolution game and wow, it’s better than its predecessors. As you would expect from me, I jumped right in to play the Creation of Akatsuki and there are many things I don’t understand (as in plotholes) such as:
And there were some other things which I have forgotten but whatever… this is very contradictory but I’m not really going to think a lot about it. The animation was so good though and Sasori looked beautiful.
Nina Fortner + 4 (Colour Pallet Challenge)
I’m not sure how much I like that pallet for her, but I had to use it on someone. (I’m sorry, Nina, you’ll get better fanart from me in the future, I promise! ♥) Drawing her face was quite challenging, since Urasawa draws her a bit more ‘stereotypically manga’ than most of his other characters, and that’s not really a direction I wanted to go. Hope she’s still recognizable as herself!
Rin’s headed back to OZ.
Now for those that are unfamiliar with the little koala on Rin’s back pack this is actually a very common and popular souvenir in Australia. If you are going to Japan it’s usually a nice gesture to give the hosts of your accommodation a little gift, so a lot of Australian’s who are going to Japan will by lot’s of these little clip on koala bears and give them to their hosts of their back packers, host family’s hostel owners etc. They are also very popular with tourists and many will buy a few and take them home to give to their families and friends.