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 With Kohaku’s withdrawn, quiet, yet lethal nature, he does act as a complement to Souta’s outgoing, vivacious, yet shy personality almost like Yin and Yang.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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Sister Fist Bump! drawn by me

Now that we had the gentlemen in the forms of Inuyasha and Ginta, it’s time for their darling wives, Ayame and Shunran, to take center stage. Well, here’s a BroTP, or in this case SisTP pairing, I have been wanting to talk about for the longest time. I know they have not canonically met each other in the anime, but there’s something about the both of them that makes them click in my mind. It could be that they are gorgeous, fiery, redheaded ladies who have plant-based powers and have exciting personalities. It could be the plausibility of a friendship that only exists in fanon. Either way, I think they are platonically made for each other and here’s why. I could see Ayame’s and Shunran’s relationship as sisterly on so many levels. Ayame could essentially be the tough, strong-minded, elegant older sister and Shunran could be the feisty, sparky, perky younger sister. They could be the best and firmest of friends and even though Shunran does tend to get under Ayame’s skin, they would still genuinely care for each other. Plus, it’s absolutely alluring to see two fiery, lovely-looking redheads open up a can of whoop-ass, whether they do capoeira, karate, kung fu or even mixed martial arts. Going to their apparel I decided to let Ayame’s hair down because I can and I always wanted to know how it would look like. I kept their signature flower hair pieces and I gave them Capoeira attire akin to Christie Monteiro from the Tekken franchise. Moreover, I thought Ayame looked absolutely amazing in pine green and Shunran in teal. I hope you enjoyed this piece of fanart and this post. Until then, happy spring everybody! Ayame and Shunran from Inuyasha belong to Rumiko Takahashi.

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Beast Mode Engaged! drawn by me

Ah, Inuyasha and Ginta. While I don’t pair up these two as lovers, I certainly consider them to be my personal BroTP for life. Think about it. Inuyasha’s hotheaded and impulsive nature can certainly mesh well with Ginta’s submissive, placid, and hilarious personality in a brotherly fashion, thus making Inuyasha the tough, strong, rough stud of an older brother to Ginta’s equally strong, handsome, yet gentle and meek younger brother. So, for your viewing pleasure, here are Inuyasha and Ginta getting their pump on for all of you to see. Enjoy! Inuyasha and Ginta from Inuyasha belong to Rumiko Takahashi.

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