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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
What happens when you combine two strong, muscular, studly dude bros with two gorgeous, fiery, fierce redhead ladies? Why you get a diverse ragtag quartet of my four favorite fighters from Rumiko Takahashi’s Inuyasha who can kick all types of ass. From left to right we have Inuyasha, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran and their current respective ages are 35, 34, 32, and 31. As you can tell, they are having a fierce moment where they are ready to take on any opponent who dares to cross their path. I have always wondered how well these four would work together, as I do believe that Inuyasha truly deserves better and more emphatic comrades. In my mind, there would be healthier and more positive energy, more interesting dynamics bouncing about this quartet, more empathy, more moments where all four can have a laugh and chill, and less stupid soap opera antics. Plus, I have always envisioned Inuyasha to be the large-and-in-charge leader of the group, Ginta to be Inuyasha’s fun-loving and comedic foil complete with having moments where they are playfighting, Ayame to be the second-in-command speed fighter and Inuyasha’s wife, and Shunran to be the cute, feisty, jovial Genki girl and Ginta’s wife. Being the overall eldest of this group, Inuyasha is the leader and serves as the main muscle. His authority would certainly be unquestioned, in spite of moments of rashness and being prone to anger. At least he has the good company of his best friend, Ginta, his girlfriend and eventual wife, Ayame, and his close friend who is almost like a little sister to him, Shunran, who always remind him that he is never alone and he can trust them. His super strength is reliable when knocking opponents down and even helping his loved ones out of a sticky situation with his earth-shattering punches, lightning kicks, sharp claws, and, of course, his muscles. Ginta is almost like a younger brother to Inuyasha, as they are equal in strength and is just as jacked as him. He complements Inuyasha being the happy-go-lucky, fun-loving, and more laid-back comedic foil to Inuyasha’s seriousness and driven attitude. Ginta would be the one to joke around with Inuyasha and he would usually be the receiving end of his camel clutches, noogies, and full nelsons. However, when they get serious with sparring or fighting enemies, they certainly would be as determined and focused as possible. Moreover, Ginta would be the one to break the ice from Inuyasha, thus making him drop his defenses and make him feel happier and more comfortable with himself. In terms of abilities, while Inuyasha’s super strength makes him stand out, Ginta has super strength and lightning speed, which he uses to his advantage. Ayame needs no introduction as a tough, rough, kickass heroine. As teenagers, she and Inuyasha would start off as just friends, yet eventually, find out that they have more in common than they think. After dating each other for quite some time, they finally realize they are meant for each other, get hitched, and start a family with Ginta and Shunran being their children’s godparents. She would usually be the one to calm Inuyasha down when he gets upset, troubled or jumpy, thus serving as the second-in-command in this group. As the second-in-command, she would ensure logic to be present in every attack she and her comrades make to an enemy. She is not only super fast but incredibly strong and agile using her backflips, somersaults, lightning punches, and flying kicks to her advantage. Aside from having a healthy synergy of a relationship with Inuyasha, she has a lovely, brotherly bond with Ginta and a strong sisterly bond with Shunran. Shunran would serve as the light, laughter, love, and source of optimism and encouragement in the group and she’s also the youngest. She’s also the artistic and creative one of this group, as she loves to make cherry blossom mirages in order to either distract her enemies or calm her groupmates down after a long day. Aside from using her cherry blossom mirages, I envision her doing more hand-to-hand combat akin to capoeira, wushu, kung fu, and mixed martial arts. She has a lot of sweet, lovey-dovey moments with Ginta and they absolutely enjoy their moments of intimacy and solemnity. Moreover, she enjoys having Inuyasha around, as if he were almost like the big, strong, stoic older brother to her flighty, funny, fresh-faced younger sister, and she considers Ayame to be her ultimate gal pal and the awesome, cool big sister she wished she had, which is in no offense to her three older biological siblings, Toran, Shuran, and Karan. She and Ayame would not only enjoy sparring with each other, thus perfecting their punches and kicks, but also practicing meditation, going to the woods, racing with each other to see who’s speedier, and having a lot of girl talk. So, that’s how I see Inuyasha’s, Ginta’s, Ayame’s, and Shunran’s relationship with each other. It’s one not only based on fighting together as one unit but also on empathy, ensuring a healthy synergy with each other, trust, and making sure that their bond remains indestructible even after marriage and having children. I’m sure you either agree or have different opinions so, I would love to hear from you. Thanks for taking a gander at this piece of fanart and for reading this post. Enjoy the summer. Inuyasha, Ginta, Ayame, and Shunran from Inuyasha belong to Rumiko Takahashi.
Inuyasha: All right, boys, you ready? Kenta: You bet, dad! Keita: Yeah. (Ayame, Kaito, Momoko, and Maya come home to their cave from hunting, as they are carrying a wild boar, a fat doe, and a rabbit they have just hunted down to prepare for a Mother’s Day feast. Just as they are about to set down the food, Inuyasha, Kenta, and Keita come out from their hiding spot flexing their biceps for them to witness.) Inuyasha (to Ayame in a suave manner): Good evening, honey. Kenta (to Kaito): ‘Sup, bro. Keita (to Momoko and Maya): Yo, little sisters. Inuyasha, Kenta, and Keita: Happy Mother’s Day! Ayame: Oh. Um…Happy Mother’s Day to you, too, love and boys. (Inuyasha, Kenta, and Keita break out of their posedown routine and give Ayame, Kaito, Momoko, and Maya a firm hug.) Inuyasha: So, how was your hunting trip? Momoko: It was great, daddy! Maya: Mommy taught us how to hunt for boars and other animals and we caught some. Kaito: Tonight, we are going to have wild boar, doe meat, and rabbit. Inuyasha: Shall I help with the preparation, babe? (He gives Ayame a sneaky grin complete with mischievous raising eyebrows and a bit of pec flexing.) Ayame (chuckles): Sure thing, honeybun. (She gives Inuyasha a kiss on the lips.) Kenta and Keita: We can help with setting the table. Kaito: And I’ll help you gather some firewood to cook the meat. Inuyasha and Ayame: Sure thing, boys. Maya: Oh boy! This is going to be such an awesome feast. Momoko: It surely will. This one goes to all of the mothers out there. For your viewing pleasure, here are Inuyasha, aged 35, and his two favorite eldest sons, Kenta on the left and Keita on the right both aged 16, having a posedown for all the ladies to see, especially if those ladies happen to be his awesome wife, Ayame, and his lovely daughters, Momoko and Maya. Let’s also not forget about their other dearest son, Kaito, who is in utter awe of their muscular magnificence and also aspires to be as strong as his father and big brothers. Their muscles are surely a sight to behold, especially when one has a father like Inuyasha who serves as his family’s big kahuna of a patriarch. From ensuring rigorous physical training to making sure that his children live and eat right, he expects nothing but the best from his family, especially with a supportive wife like Ayame who is just as strong as him. The same thing can be said about the eldest boys, Kenta and Keita. These wonder twins are lucky to have a buff warrior dad like Inuyasha, as they look up to him unconditionally. From all the wrestling matches to the posedowns to the days and hours of training to having other combat sports in their regimens like kickboxing and Pankration to the roaring matches to some quieter moments where they enjoy each others’ company in places like a serene lake, these three have the strongest bond and the twins take a lot after their dear old man in personality and in physical capabilities. Well, I hope you enjoyed this and once again, Happy Mother’s Day. Inuyasha belongs to Rumiko Takahashi. Kenta and Keita belong to me.
Happy Mother’s Day everybody, especially to all of the moms, aunties, grannies, and awesome female role models out there. In honor of this very special day, here is my gift. A piece of Inuyasha fanart consisting of my OTP for life, Inuyasha and Ayame, along with their offspring. So, here they are from left to right. Inuyasha, aged 35, the Alpha Male of the Northern Yoro Tribe Ayame, aged 32, his dearest and most loving wife Kenta and Keita, aged 16, the eldest twin sons Kaito, aged 15, the younger son and third child Momoko, aged 14, the elder daughter and fourth child Maya, aged 12, the youngest daughter My little story behind this is that Inuyasha has moved on from Kikyo and has grown fed-up with Kagome’s constant nagging and scolding that he finally had the guts to leave her. Meanwhile, Ayame has also grown exasperated with Kouga constantly chasing after Kagome. As the two met one day in the forest complete with a lot of baggage in their systems, Inuyasha and Ayame initially vent out their frustrations towards each other. So much so, that a fistfight occurred between the two. After their bout, Inuyasha and Ayame complimented each others’ strength and combat prowess and have decided to hit it off with her introducing her grandfather to her new beau. Her grandfather was not at all convinced at first and initiated a challenge for Inuyasha to fight against an invading demon. Come the day of the challenge and a huge, hulking, horned demon came roaring. Because of Inuyasha’s unparalleled strength, he was able to incapacitate the demon with his bare hands and claws, thus killing it. The Northern Yoro Tribe immediately welcomed Inuyasha as their own and he won Ayame’s hand in marriage. For that, a magnificent feast was held for the newlyweds. After their marriage, Ayame desired to have children of her own. For that, Inuyasha and Ayame would have nights of passion after every battle they fought. Nine months passed, and Ayame gave birth to twins Kenta and Keita. Moreover, they had children one after the other all thanks to Inuyasha’s and Ayame’s exciting nights of passion. Now with five children, Inuyasha and Ayame could not be any happier. In spite of all the ills and challenges, they know that they have each other as a family. Now that the backstory is out of the way, let’s briefly talk about the children. As the eldest twin children, Kenta and Keita have a responsibility to uphold as the heirs to the Northern Yoro Tribe. They have inherited their father’s brute strength, unwavering courage, and fierceness to the point where Inuyasha considers them his most favorite sons. Kenta and Keita have always looked up to Inuyasha as their role model and they have always aspired to be as strong as him. Growing up the twins have trained their bodies and minds to reach peak condition so that they can be able to fight alongside their father, mother, and siblings in battle. Every sunrise, Inuyasha would greet the twins by going to their bedroom and flexing his muscles, as they wake up to see their father in all of his battle-hardened glory and the twins would wake up, approach their father, and flex back. From there, a wrestling/boxing match would ensue between father and sons before and after breakfast and it would always culminate with Inuyasha, Kenta, and Keita having a laugh. In terms of distinguishing personalities, Kenta is the more large-and-in-charge, outgoing, macho twin while Keita is slightly kinder but still manages to be impulsive yet passionate. Due to their strong personalities, they would end up having skirmishes with each other and it would take the imposing presence of their parents for them to cease and desist. In spite of their skirmishes, they genuinely care for each other and have the strongest bond as twin brothers. Kaito is a gracious, emphatic, and kind-hearted young man. However, one should be careful not to provoke nor taunt him, as he will unleash his fury all thanks to his brute strength, lightning speed, and unrelenting reflexes. While his older brothers, Kenta and Keita, are usually about muscle, Kaito relies more on tact when it comes to being in battle. He inherits both his mother’s eyes and his father’s features, as well as his mother’s highly-strung nature when it comes to getting things done. He loves nature, cares for every creature he sees, and does not want harm to come into any forest, mountain or natural resource. He was taught by both his father and mother the importance of healing and has, therefore, become reliable in knowing which plants and herbs to use on wounds or illnesses. Even though he is close to his father, he is much closer to his mother, as he finds her firm yet nurturing, soothing and kind. He does enjoy his older brothers’ company but he finds his younger sisters, Momoko and Maya, to be more approachable, thus being in touch with his feminine, sensitive side. Momoko is an independent, free-spirited, tough young girl who enjoys sparring and does not let her inhibitions hold her back. She’s extremely close to her oldest twin brothers, even though she does tend to find their machismo rather annoying. Whenever Kenta and Keita playfully annoy her, she would always have Kaito by her side, as he shows a great deal of empathy and good cheer. Even though she does have a slightly rough outer shell, she can be sweet and be a bit of a softie to both of her parents and favorite elder brother, Kaito. Maya is a jovial and flighty young girl who brings light, life, and love to her family. Her sunny attitude certainly makes Maya her mother’s favorite child and she brings a lot of unconditional love to her older siblings and her father. She is very playful to Kenta and Keita to the point where she enjoys…
So here they are from left to right. Rin and Shippou, Kagome Higurashi, Sesshoumaru, Inuyasha, Ayame, and my InuAya fan children, Kenta and Keita. I mainly aged up Rin to be seventeen, Shippou to be fifteen, Kagome to be twenty-four, Sesshoumaru to be twenty-eight, Inuyasha to be twenty-six, and Ayame to be twenty-three. This was something I did back when I was a seventeen-year-old third-year high school student before I transitioned to senior year back in the spring of 2010. I did this as my final project in computer class, but when looking back at this, I realized I should have outlined, hence that’s why it appeared like this. Nowadays, I know better. Okay, enough beating myself up about it let’s get on to the picture itself. As you can tell, I am not only a hardcore Inuyasha x Ayame shipper but I also ship Sesshoumaru and Kagome all the way. Even more so, I decided to bulk up both Sesshoumaru and Inuyasha to make them appear more warlike and badass. For Sesshoumaru and Kagome, I can certainly see them adopting Rin and Shippou to be their own children. Eventually, Sesshoumaru and Kagome would end up having hanyou children of their own to add to their happy family. The family dynamics would work with Sesshoumaru being the stern, strong, and calm father, Kagome being the spirited and doting mother, Rin being the fun-loving and sweet older sister, and Shippou being the adorable younger brother. There’s no doubt I love to ship Inuyasha and Ayame until the ends of the earth. They seem destined for each other. I also gave them their children, namely Kenta who is four and Keita who is three in this picture. I can envision Inuyasha as the manly, strict, brave, and tough dad and Ayame as the equally strong and loving mother. Moreover, I can see Inuyasha training his sons to be a great fighter like him. So, yes, this was something I kind of enjoyed doing when I was in my teens and it still has some sentimentality behind it. Inuyasha belongs to Rumiko Takahashi.