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Summer Loving in the Lake with Two OTPs drawn by me

There’s nothing more enticing, dazzling, and entrancing than having two OTPs, Inuyasha/Ayame and Ginta/Shunran, taking a dip, simply being lovey-dovey, and just unwinding and cooling themselves down from the hot summer sun. I hope you all enjoy this piece of fan art and from my beloved OTPs, Inuyasha/Ayame and Ginta/Shunran, have a lovely summer. Inuyasha, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran from Inuyasha belong to Rumiko Takahashi and Sunrise.

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OT4 Death Match: Gallant Guardians vs Brawling Bruisers

Ladies and gentlemen! Boys and girls! Animation fans of all ages! You are all invited to witness this transatlantic four-person superpowered MMA battle between Tokyo, Japan’s very own Gallant Guardians and Townsville, USA’s very own Brawling Bruisers! This battle is going to be exciting, as we have four supernatural warriors squaring off against four superheroes. Hold on to your, hats, folks, because the temperature is about to rise and pulses are about to accelerate! So, here are the team members, and give them a round of applause! On the topmost layer standing behind a green background are the members of the Gallant Guardians. Inuyasha “The Beastly Executioner”, aged 35 Ginta “The Dashing Warlord”, aged 34 Ayame “The Fiery Whirlwind”, aged 32 Shunran “The Spring Mirage”, aged 31 On the bottom layer behind a red background are the members of The Brawling Bruisers. Brick “The Lord High Bludgeoner” Green, aged 26 Butch “The Baron of Brawn” Green, aged 26 Blossom “The Commander and the Leader” Utonium-Green, aged 25 Buttercup “The Toughest Fighter” Utonium-Green, aged 25 Now with that said, here’s the order of who they are going to individually fight against. Inuyasha vs Brick- We got two strong-willed, hotheaded big guys squaring off against each other. This is going to be fun. Ginta vs Butch- It’s strength and speed against pure muscle. Who comes out alive will be determined by this match. Ayame vs Blossom- It’s a clash consisting of grace, beauty, tact, toughness, endurance, and stamina. These ladies certainly have it made for each other. Shunran vs Buttercup- Delicate yet mischievous feminity clashing against hardcore tomboyishness. I believe the mostly male demographic is wholly prepared for something like this. What are you waiting for, folks? Comment below of which OT4 is going to come out alive from this epic match. And now… LET’S GET READY TO RUMBLE!!! Inuyasha, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran from Inuyasha belong to Rumiko Takahashi and Sunrise. Brick, Butch, Blossom, and Buttercup from The Powerpuff Girls belong to Craig McCracken and Cartoon Network.

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Get Your Pump and Pummel On! drawn by me

Well, looks like a huge, hulking demon almost akin to Goshinki was terrorizing Tokyo. Never fear, dear citizens, Inuyasha, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran are here to do the job, and, boy, did they give it a mega beating with their bare hands and claws, hence the bloodstains. That just shows you how strong this four-person team is, not only in terms of physical abilities but also in terms of relationships. One can even imagine their kids cheering for their parents akin to lines like these. Kenta and Keita: Go, Mom, Dad, Auntie Shunran, and Uncle Ginta! You showed that demon who’s boss! Plus, we wanna fight demons just like you! Minoru and Manabu: All right, Mom and Dad! You, Uncle Inuyasha, and Auntie Ayame were so awesome today! I also hope that we, Kenta, and Keita can form a demon fighting team of our own too, that would be great! Kaito, Momoko, and Maya: Oh, yeah! Sakura, Kokoro, and Sentaro: Woohoo! You did it, Mom, Dad, Uncle Inuyasha, and Auntie Ayame! So, once again, Tokyo is saved! Thanks to Inuyasha, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran also known as The Gallant Guardians! Inuyasha, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran from Inuyasha belong to Rumiko Takahashi and Sunrise.

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Ginta’s and Shunran’s Happy, Healthy Family drawn by me

Happy Pentecostal Sunday, everybody. Here’s another piece of Inuyasha fanart consisting of Ginta, Shunran, and their offspring. From left to right we have: Ginta, aged 34, second Alpha Male of the Northern Yoro tribe Shunran, aged 31, member of the Panther Devas and Ginta’s sweet, beloved wife Minoru, aged 15, the eldest son and first child Manabu, aged 14, the younger son and second child Sakura, aged 13, the elder daughter and third child Kokoro, aged 12, the younger daughter and fourth child Sentaro, aged 10, the youngest son and fifth child My little story behind Ginta and Shunran being together goes something like this. When Ginta, Hakkaku, and Kouga first met Shunran and the rest of the Panther Devas, it was not a most promising start, as they got themselves into skirmishes in courtesy of their insurmountable power. However, Ginta took notice of one of the Panther Devas who specialized in creating cherry blossom-induced mirages and whose notable trait was her giggling, Shunran. At first, her giggling and her mischievousness were a slight nuisance, but after seeing what she can do as a fighter, Ginta was rather interested. One day, when Shunran, Karan, Shuran, and Toran were about to head home, Ginta called Shunran’s name and at first, he was hesitant to speak up. That was until Shunran smiled at him and told him that he was a funny person and would like to get to know more about him. With this remark, Ginta blushed but plucked up the courage to ask her on a friendly date by the lake. She reciprocated the offer and on the very next day, they finally told each other how they felt. Ginta opened up to tell Shunran how much of an amazing fighter she was, how nice her cherry blossoms smell, and how much of a fun-loving person she was, and Shunran proceeded to tell Ginta how much of a hilarious gentleman he was, how kind and considerate he was when they were talking to each other. They looked at each other in the eyes and realized who they were truly looking for, as if though it were love at first sight. By the time they consummated their feelings they even encountered Inuyasha and Ayame who in turn were in a relationship. Inuyasha and Ayame remarked that Ginta and Shunran make an adorable couple. Moreover, they decided to become a four-person team, defending Japan against different demons and monsters using their courage, strength, and sturdy teamwork to get the job done. As Inuyasha, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran became closer as friends, Ginta’s and Shunran’s relationship blossomed even more to the point where Ginta proposed to her. This made Shunran excited and she could not wait to break the news to her siblings. Shunran hurried back to Toran, Shuran, and Karan and finally spilled the beans about her undying love for Ginta. Her older siblings were initially hesitant. However, they wanted what was best for their sister and wanted to see her happy. Moreover, Karan decided to give the final word and said yes to the relationship, thus having Shunran gleefully embrace all three of her older siblings. Ginta did the same when he told Kouga and Hakkaku about his prospects of marrying Shunran. In spite of Kouga being unsure about Ginta being with Shunran, Hakkaku, being the best friend that he was, happily gave his consent and wrapped him in an embrace. Kouga also gave his consent, so long as Ginta does not make the same mistake he did with Kagome and Ayame by being a two-timer. A few months after Inuyasha’s and Ayame’s marriage, Ginta and Shunran were happily wed and decided to stay with Inuyasha and Ayame as a unit, thus making Inuyasha akin to an older brother to Ginta and Ayame akin to an older sister to Shunran. With every battle, they did by day, Ginta and Shunran made love to each other by night. Shunran then broke the news that she was pregnant and nine months later, she gave birth to a boy, with tears of joy flowing down her eyes. Ginta was also happy and surprised that he was a father and has made a vow to be forever faithful to his family. With four more children to add to this family, Ginta and Shunran ensured a positive, loving, and optimistic home life, especially for their children, and it was going to stay that way. Now that that is out of the way, let’s talk about the children. As the eldest, Minoru has the responsibility of looking after his younger siblings and leading by example. He has inherited his father’s happy-go-lucky, kind, and caring nature but is also prone to being impulsive and some bouts of anger. He abhors it when anyone tries to hurt not only him but also his parents, his siblings, and his friends, as he will unleash Hell thanks to his super strength and lightning speed, thus making him a competent fighter. He is especially close to his father, as he looks to him because of his good humor and capabilities as a fighter. He also loves his mother’s company, as she is strong-willed and ensures that her dear Minoru does not get into any trouble. He is also close to his siblings, but he is more fond of his sisters Sakura and Kokoro for being great listeners and helping him get in touch with his feminine side, especially when it comes to talking to girls. Manabu is the kind, caring, emphatic, sweet, and soft-spoken second son and he does get along superbly with Minoru. He likes to spar with Minoru and their father every morning and he also loves to go by the lake for a swim with either his siblings, his friends, or with the whole family. He is especially helpful to Minoru whenever he is in a sticky situation and they have a super strong brotherly bond. In terms of his relationship with his youngest brother, Sentaro, he enjoys playing…

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Belle Nuit, O Nuit D’Amour drawn by me

Favorite duet from one of my most favorite French operas aside, here are my most beloved Inuyasha OTPs, Inuyasha/Ayame and Ginta/Shunran, having a really romantic moment in a moonlit flower field. I swear, I enjoy shipping the pants off of Inuyasha and Ayame and Ginta and Shunran like there’s no tomorrow, they are truly meant for each other! I will admit that I am not a fan of drawing kissing scenes, given how difficult they can be to illustrate. However, for what this was worth, I have to say that the experience I had doing this was kind of worthwhile especially with my favorite Inuyasha OTPs of all time. Inuyasha, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran from Inuyasha belong to Rumiko Takahashi.

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Going Feral drawn by me

It’s time for Inuyasha, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran to go wild, completely beast mode, more specifically full yokai mode, and roar their guts out! They are sure to give any demon, monster, and/or villain a good thrashing and a good fright. By the way, these guys don’t need spears or bows and arrows to do the job like any jungle warrior could. That’s why they have their fists to deliver a barrage of blows, feet to deliver lightning kicks, and claws to tear through any tough material. I definitely found Inuyasha’s full yokai form to be a force to be reckoned with, as he does bear a sense of power, authority, and animalistic ferocity. However, I have always wondered how Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran would look like if they tapped into their yokai form. Well, this is what I came up with. I gave Ginta flashing silver eyes, Ayame flashing teal eyes with crimson irises, and Shunran bright yellow eyes with golden irises, thus being respectively reminiscent of a wolf and a panther. I must say, this was a great and awesome pleasure to see these four go feral and tap into their beastly capabilities. One can tell that Inuyasha, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran would be a lot more formidable than they already are. Thanks for having a gander at this piece of fan art, and have a lovely, sunny day. Take care. Inuyasha, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran from Inuyasha belong to Rumiko Takahashi.

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Don’t Mess Up Our Turf! drawn by me

Inuyasha, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran are here to show you why you should never mess with them. And given how battle-ready they are, I think you might want to retreat. This was definitely fun in terms of what ideas I came up with the shirt logos for Inuyasha, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran. Inuyasha is obviously the fearless leader of this pack. Ginta is the handsome pretty boy who can also open up a can of whoop-ass, as he is an example of beware the nice ones. Ayame is a brawling beauty. Finally, Shunran is the energetic cute girl who is living proof that rose as fair, sweet, and lovely as she can have sharp thorns. Given the clothes they have, especially Ginta’s camouflage pants, I also decided to transport them into our century complete with a graffiti-covered concrete wall. So, I hope you all enjoy this piece of fan art and I wish you all a nice, sunny day. Inuyasha, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran belong to Rumiko Takahashi.

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The Two Merry Pranksters drawn by me

Well, this is certainly a BroTP I feel like has oodles of plausibility and in my mind feel like it could work. I’m of course talking about Hakudoshi and Shippou. Here they are giving each other a high-five and being rather jolly with Hakudoshi having that mischief in his eyes while Shippou is the one that’s purely euphoric. In this piece of fanart, Hakudoshi is 25 and Shippou is 24 going on 25.   If there is one thing I have to admit about the Inuyasha episodes after the Band of Seven or Shichinintai saga, it’s that the episodes after that saga range from indifference to absolute annoyance. There were side characters I never cared for and certain plot lines were more dragged out than I thought. That is until I saw Hakudoshi, as he seemed to have a certain dark charm that made him rather interesting. He was one of the very few characters I still stuck around for to some extent.   With that said, what would happen if one were to combine Hakudoshi’s battle-hardened nature with Shippou’s brand of being adorable? A stable and solid friendship would occur that would beat all odds, as I do think that Shippou kind of deserves a male friend his age. So, enter Hakudoshi who could be the one to build up Shippou’s self-esteem as a fighter using his own brand of tough platonic love. Shippou would even be the one to break the ice within Hakudoshi to reveal a softer side to him, in spite of the occasional defenses. Sure, as children they would be rivals. However, as time goes by, they would respect each other in a way that they would acknowledge each others’ strengths and weaknesses, thus helping each other overcome any obstacle.   Thanks for having a gander at this picture as well reading my post. Have a lovely spring.   Hakudoshi and Shippou from Inuyasha belong to Rumiko Takahashi.

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A Most Indestructible Bond drawn by me

Ah, Kohaku and Souta aka Sango’s and Kagome’s little brothers. Well, they are not so little anymore, as in this picture Kohaku is 29 and Souta is 27 and are ripped. Moreover, I ship these two as yet another BroTP for life.   Ever since I was a young teenager of fourteen, I always knew that these two were meant for each other as really good friends and allies. With Kohaku’s withdrawn, quiet, yet lethal nature, he does act as a complement to Souta’s outgoing, vivacious, yet shy personality almost like Yin and Yang. Plus, if they were to meet, they would end up having a friendship and brotherly bond akin to Ryu and Ken Masters from the Street Fighter franchise, hence the gis that these two have, which are reminiscent of Ryu’s and Ken’s gis with Kohaku’s being forest green and Souta’s being cobalt blue because I thought those colors looked appropriate on them.   As these boys come of age, I can envision them getting to know each other and feeling good with each others’ company. Moreover, they would look up to Inuyasha and Ginta as role models, thus establishing a firm bond between these four. Kohaku and Souta would even be trained rigorously in hand-to-hand combat from dodging punches to grappling to incapacitating opponents. Ergo they would even have friendly sparring matches where they would go at it with each other and after every match, they would just chill and hang out like the bros that they are. As they grow older and stronger, they would use the fighting skills they have to take down any monster or demon effortlessly.   Kohaku and Souta from Inuyasha belong to Rumiko Takahashi.

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Hey, everybody! Antoni, here, with another fan fiction “recommendation”, you will see why I put those quotation marks there later in this post. This time, I am taking a look at an Inuyasha fanfic called A Hint of Hope which was written by darling krash and published on January 29, 2005. It’s rated M. It’s in English and the main pairing is Inuyasha and Ayame. Other characters involved are Kouga, Ginta, Hakkaku, and one random character who appears in the end. I will say this once and I will say this again. I am no InuKag fan in the slightest. I find it annoying whenever Inuyasha and Kagome bicker constantly even though they grow closer to each other, and it does not help matters when Kagome uses the “Sit boy!” command although there were times Inuyasha did not deserve to be punished in such a fashion. There are also times that despite being the main female protagonist and showing some strength and independence as a character, Kagome will at times be the designated damsel in distress probably because the plot seems to demand it. Even at thirteen, I always thought that Inuyasha should be better off with another girl aside from Kagome, who can be as strong, tough, and courageous as Inuyasha. Enter Ayame. Even though she is a filler character and was meant to be Kouga’s bride to be, she certainly has a presence to her which makes her all the more endearing and charming as a character. Yes, she only appeared in a total of four episodes, and spoilers I am not even a fan of KogAya, mostly because Kouga seems to have a lot more interest in Kagome, despite the respective couples being married in Inuyasha: The Final Act. When all is said and done, this is all just a matter of personal tastes so InuKag, InuKik, and KogAya fans please put down your torches and pitchforks. When it comes to shipping Inuyasha and Ayame, there are traits about the both of them which I love. Both Inuyasha and Ayame are strong, tough, capable, battle-ready, fiery, and badass characters with a lot of spirited personalities. Because Ayame has been raised by the white wolf yokai tribe, she was taught to fight at such an early age, and for that, she is respected by her tribe, though Ginta and Hakkaku are rather intimidated by her. In terms of Inuyasha, he grew up in such a harsh environment where both humans and demons repudiated him because of his ********** status, due to the fact that he has a human mother and a Daiyokai father. When one puts two and two together, one has characters like Inuyasha and Ayame who have gone through a lot in their lives, faced many a hardship, and even faced loss and heartbreak, Inuyasha with Kikyo and Ayame with Kouga. In spite of the obstacles, these two remain resilient and headstrong with their goals, Ayame in trying to get Kouga to marry her to reunite their tribes and Inuyasha in obtaining the Shikon no Tama or the Shikon jewel, in order to become a full-fledged yokai. Even more so, these fighters are intrepid enough to go headfirst into battling demons and other evil spirits. I love these two so much as characters, that at times I wish they could’ve been the main couple and let Kagome be paired up with someone as thrill-seeking as Kouga or calculating as Sesshoumaru. It is also a shame that Ayame did not get as many appearances in the TV show, as she was a pretty formidable ally, who was criminally underused. With that rambling out of the way, let’s get on to what I thought about the story. Ayame is sitting by a stream pondering about Inuyasha and Kagome liking each other so much. Kouga appears not to return Ayame’s love, but to scold her for interfering with his obsession with Kagome, and he assaults her. In storms, Inuyasha defends Ayame against Kouga, wards him off, and tends to her wounds and her overall loneliness. During Inuyasha’s stay with Ayame, the two of them become closer, a bit more intimate, and their relationship blossoms even further. All the while, Kouga is all the more obsessed in terms of having a bone to pick with Inuyasha, no pun intended. By and large, the story was pretty well-woven with sufficient interest. As always, I want to spoil neither the climax nor the ending. I will say this about the latter. The ending does make me want to draw fanart of how Inuyasha looked like with his new attire when he returns to Ayame. Okay, I know I have a no-spoiler policy when it comes to doing fanfic or general reading recommendations, but I will give myself the benefit of the doubt, the ending had a nice build up, it was nicely satisfying, and it was lovely to have Inuyasha and Ayame be together. The characters who managed to steal the show for me were Inuyasha and Ayame. Inuyasha does manage to keep his tough-guy personality, though it’s backed up with a chivalrous and noble personality without going too over-the-top with it. He makes sure that Ayame gets not only the protection she needs but the love she so wholeheartedly deserves. Speaking of Ayame, she herself manages to be thoroughly enjoyable as a character. She still keeps her loyal, fierce, and strong personality, but it’s also backed up by some vulnerability to make her all the more human and relatable. Kouga took a level in jerkass in this fanfic. Yes, he was rather villainous in his debut episode when he and his wolves ransacked a village, but he immediately had a 180 when he met Kagome at such a bizarre rate. Here, I actually like how darling krash made him a little bit more villainous in terms of his jealousy, animosity, and obsession to best Inuyasha, and he served his purpose well. The other characters like Ginta, Hakkaku, and a random black wolf yokai serve their…

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