Today I’ll show you my Sailormoon tattoos!
1- A Daimon star (used to take pure hearts) and the SailormoonS logo! The S logo was my first tattoo!
2- A new artwork/PGSM-style Sailormoon. It was my second tattoo. Also, there are the symbols of the 10 senshi of this solar system! That was my third tattoo!
3- The symbol of the Black Moon Clan and the symbol of the White Moon. I wasn’t about to get either tattooed onto my forehead. Both of these and the Daimon star were done in the same session.
4- The moon from Sailormoon’s transformation sequence in SailormoonR! I was thinking of getting a Cutie Moon Rod going through it, but I’m not sure, as the Cutie Moon Rod isn’t really my favourite. This was my 5th tattoo.
5- Neo Queen Serenity’s crown/tiara!! This one hurt so badly. I can’t even describe how it felt…. but it is SO beautiful! I wanted something on my lower back, and spent some time looking around (for Sailormoon images, of course)… I decided on this even though I’m not a big NQS fan. This is my most recent one.
All of my tattoos were done my Timmytatts at Tattoo Marks in State College. He is a swell guy who does (obviously) awesome work!
The next tattoo that I get will most likely be the Dead Moon Circus’ symbol!!
The chick closest to land was gone
She ran before the shit even fell through
She’s the one that survives the horror movie.I
I love watching this and seeing how fucked the last guy is, I cant stop laughing.
Submission from kyaryftsatan:
A piano cover of Mottai Night Land!
I’m sure you’d have seen these floating around tumblr by now (alongside the weapon skins). There is no word on the official release of these skins yet although it might tie in with an event, in conjunction with the worldwide premier of the Sailor Moon Crystal anime (5 July 2014). These skins are also only skinnable once.
Aside from being pretty and all, the special thing about the costume is that; while equipped, you change your look when your toon goes between normal pose and battle pose. The hair and costume are one item by itself respectively, the look changes based on gender and form (as mentioned).