This is so beautiful. I love the mixture of the cold and bright, kind of blurring light and the harsh contrasts of the monochrome theme. How you arranged the black and white parts is just ... genius. I don't know what else to call it. There is a wonderful balance on both sides, since they each have light as well as darkness. And your style makes it look like these polar oppsites are tearing at the characters, at the same time connecting them and pulling them apart from each other. The textures are really well chosen, too. They make the theme look a lot softer than it would with more plain colors. The picture gives off an almost timeless feeling like this, comparable to old, slightly stained paper. I love that so much. There is something about this picture ... It's hard to describe, but I feel a tinge of sadness looking at it. The facial expressions really add to the somewhat heavy atmosphere, especially Kuroh's eyes with this striking touch of color to them. I just can't help staring at them. I'm not sure about the emblem though. I mean, it's done well ... still it kind of keeps distracting me from the characters. But that's a personal thing, I guess, since I'm not too fond of emblems in general. I love this picture anyway, great job. I'll go and check out your other works for sure.
I really love this <3 I used it as the background of my cover of tsumetai heya hitori, I really hope you don't mind. of course, you are credited both in the video (at the end) and the description. here it is: [link]
I'm quite flattered haha! I suppose Kuroh doesn't exactly need the 'h' at the end, but I guess it's just a habit of mine... I'd be honored to join your group! Should I send a request, or will you send me one?
it should automatically go through =3 thank you so much for wanting to join as well
yeah, its an odd spelling for that (must be how someone spelled the long vowel out in english) in this case Kuro has a long o at the end of it - so in japanese they spell it くろう kurou bec. thats how the make long vowels