...Somehow this turned out to be more colourful than I intended .______.
I bought some paper stacks from sale few months ago and mom gave me 2 bags of old wallpapers. I weighted the bags and there is about 11 kilos of paper, so I'm not gonna run out of paper anytime soon. : D
I recently played Symphony of the Night for the first time, and man was it good. Of course I first had to unlock it from Dracula x Chronicles and after 3 days of teeth grinding and tears of frustration I managed to get it. I didn't even attempt to play Dracula X Chronicles after unlocking SotN, I was ridiculously bad at it :'D
EDIT// Thank you so much for the DD <3<3<3<3
EDIT2// Yes I have seen Gankutsuo (I watched it like week ago and I really loved it), so I do know that the animation style is very similar to papercutting. You people should watch it too, it looks gorgeous and it has really interesting plot.
...I know you're tired of these comments but orz this reminded me I never actually finished Gankutsuo... I really ought to go do that.
Nevertheless, this is a really fascinating piece; I wasn't aware that papercutting could be done like this. I'm not very artistically literate, I'm afraid >.>
This is very, very , VERY beautiful!!
A very nice homage to Castlevania!
Adding this to my favs.