caelin cacciatore

//slash slash slash//

  Not sure how I feel about Guilty Crown yet. The girl-that-doesn’t-know-how-to-human is such a tiring character trope for me.  
 There are characters I like (scissor void not-friend guy, crazy pilot guy, purple haired clown guy) but obviously I’ll draw the ones that I care least about haha. 
 Crossing my fingers because of show pedigree (and the gravity gun guy). 
 ETA: You know what…I honestly wonder why the girl-that-doesn’t-emotion bothers me. And its not so much that she doesn’t know how to emote, but that she’s made less of a person and more of a lol look she’s so spacy I can stare up her skirt and she doesn’t care oh HIJINKSSS. Like, the majority of the gundam wing characters are guys-that-don’t-know-how-to-human but they…how do I even say this…they are at least given some sort of dignity? 
 Like if Inori was a boy I’d be all over it, but I’m sure if that were the case, the weird doll-sex-object vibe wouldn’t be there? I don’t know. 
 Ahhh I’m sure I’m over thinking this. Code Geass was chock-full of fanservice but at least the girl characters had some sort of fire in them (until they didn’t, ex. C.C. for a bit there). It’s the same feeling I get with Chobits…but I suppose the point is that these girls-that-can’t-human learn to be human and will become more interesting eventually…so I should just keep watching haha.

Not sure how I feel about Guilty Crown yet. The girl-that-doesn’t-know-how-to-human is such a tiring character trope for me. 

There are characters I like (scissor void not-friend guy, crazy pilot guy, purple haired clown guy) but obviously I’ll draw the ones that I care least about haha.

Crossing my fingers because of show pedigree (and the gravity gun guy).

ETA: You know what…I honestly wonder why the girl-that-doesn’t-emotion bothers me. And its not so much that she doesn’t know how to emote, but that she’s made less of a person and more of a lol look she’s so spacy I can stare up her skirt and she doesn’t care oh HIJINKSSS. Like, the majority of the gundam wing characters are guys-that-don’t-know-how-to-human but they…how do I even say this…they are at least given some sort of dignity?

Like if Inori was a boy I’d be all over it, but I’m sure if that were the case, the weird doll-sex-object vibe wouldn’t be there? I don’t know.

Ahhh I’m sure I’m over thinking this. Code Geass was chock-full of fanservice but at least the girl characters had some sort of fire in them (until they didn’t, ex. C.C. for a bit there). It’s the same feeling I get with Chobits…but I suppose the point is that these girls-that-can’t-human learn to be human and will become more interesting eventually…so I should just keep watching haha.