It's been a year since Draco failed miserably by scoring 0 points on Makoto. Now he goes back to try again and does a bit better...
Colorful Days アイドルマスター IDOLMASTER IMAS IMS KIKUCHI Makoto 菊地真
迷走Mind/MEISOU-MIND アイドルマスター IDOLMASTER IMAS IMS 菊地真/KIKUCHI Makoto IDOLMASTER
キラメキラリ/KIRAMEKIRARI 菊地真/KIKUCHI Makoto IDOLMASTER
Watch Makoto and Ibuki brawl in this new gamemplay video.
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Chipmunk-tailed Makoto is on the scene, and ready to go nuts in the official follow-up to BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger.
Hina hates saying goodbye...That's why she didn't tell anyone and just left, removed... She left all in the past. Even her love. But there is one problem. She couldn't forget Makoto.
p.s. it's just fan work, they were not together in dorama)
Music: Evanescence - My Immortal
The event that later led to him trying again at Afest 06, he got exactly 0 hits. Draco, you fail.
My second amv is finally done, its not the best but i think i did a good job making it. Ok people theres a couple things you need to know before you watch. It contains spoilers, so if you have not seen this anime before i recommend you do so before you watch this amv. Secondly I have left in some of the dialog so you know what to read and what not to, if you want me to upload it without the voices let me know. now that you know all of that enjoy the amv.
A video I made awhile back for the Live Action Sailor Moon, but it got removed from Youtube, so I'll try uploading it here. I don't own any copyrights.
“God wants us to experience life deeply and art is one way to help us do that,” says painter Makoto Fujimura. Spencer Burke drops in on Mako at his New York City art studio where he is working on what he calls a “hybrid” painting–a collision of heaven and earth. Mako describes how his painting explores what it might look and feel like for heaven to invade earth, just like we–as earthly beings–are invaded by the heavenly, by God. Mako says we are trained NOT to see and experience things. His desire is to draw people to see more. What’s true on canvass is more true in life, and the tension or conflict we feel through art–whether paintings or plays or other media–is good. If we allow ourselves to feel this tension, and to know conflict or sorrow or joy–then art can take us on an amazing adventure. The tension is that we all are consumers of culture because we live in this world. Sometimes the culture or the visual images are disturbing and we might want to divorce ourselves from our culture. Sometimes even the church urges us to cut ourselves off from this cultural conflict. But if we do, it is like we are going blind, and God doesn’t want us to be blind. So, this is an important role for art–to help us know and experience the reality of the world around us, and to wade into places we’ve never been before, living more deeply as spiritual beings where heaven can invade our earth. Distributed by Tubemogul.