I know Demos’ birthday was a few days ago and Happy Birthday to him~!
I felt the need to post this because it was the greatest thing ever.
Demos: “Let go. You’re wrinkling my jacket.”
Ferris: “Well, I intended to put my hands in my lap, not yours.”
Fishbones (c) Jisuk
Ah! Were you saving the best photo for last? I want to draw this scene, it’s fantastic!
ninjakame asked: I just finished re-reading the first Fishbones novel, so it's been on my mind- and today when I heard "Ready Aim Fire" by Imagine Dragons I was like holy cow, this is the Ferris and Demos theme song, like woah!!
Hey, I listened to the song and thought it was pretty great! Nice match! And I’m happy you thought of Fishbones characters when listening to it, haha.
Song is here if you guys want to listen!
The winner of the Fishbones/Karasu deviantART gift certificate is the-cannibal-at-221b! Please send me your deviantART name within the next 72 hours. Jisuk is a phenomenal artist. I hope you enjoy your print!
Thanks to everybody who participated. You guys are the best!
Congrats! And thanks for running this giveaway!
It’s Part 10! I hope you like giant cats! Or just cats in general. There’s a lot of cat in this chapter.
To celebrate Demos Giorgetti’s birthday, we will be giving away a $25 gift certificate to DeviantART that can be used to purchase Fishbones (or Karasu) prints!
You will be entered for a chance to win by:
1) Reblogging this entry (likes won’t give additional credit)
2) Using a “non-giveaway” Tumblr
3) Reblogging by October 15, 9:00 PM EST
The winner will be chosen at random and announced on October 16. Good luck, Pescatarians!
It’s so awesome of you to hold this event for Fishbones!
Demos’ birthday is on October 14 but please don’t get him anything, he has enough overpriced crap. But please do enter this giveaway! I hope lots of people enter and good luck!
spooktat asked: Sorry for bothering you, but what is the name of the Tengu Monk's robes in book 1 Karasu? They're such a lovely shape and design!
The blue outfit is made up of a haori (羽織), which is an outer jacket with long sleeves. It has two mon (crests) which symbolize his temple, which are my own design. There is also a white inner layer. The pants are just pants which are tied up above the knees.
If you’re referring to the black and yellow robes, they’re based on actual Japanese monks’ clothing. They’re called kesa (袈裟). They’re not always black and yellow, but I liked the color scheme.
I hope this answered your question and please let me know if I left anything out!