bought me a cookie, and demanded fanart in exchange.
And it seemed like mafia!guys is like the only thing she likes in the world or something, so she told me to draw Jade and Peony, Chinese Mafia style.
...I don't see how that's different from any other mafia, so I drew them Chinese Mafia style. ( Jade/Peony mafia style )
Anyway, so I was doodling a bit more because my tablet was being a bitch
and refused to work all of last night, and also because it was earth hour (although that honestly had nothing to do with anything, I just lay there for an hour), and when I read this Jade/Peony doujin
where Peony throws up after Jade kills someone in front of him, and I thought this really strong.
Well, these things:
- Why is Peony being a jackass for no apparent reason?
- I really think that Peony knows how to fight. I mean he might not actually do anything, but I really think he actually knows how to fight.
Then my mind started to wander off into the territory of... Hm, I wonder what he looks like when he's training. He probably spars with Jade too. ( feklah/sehigew? )Edit: OH YES, DOES ANYONE HAVE THE OFFICIAL PIC OF PEONY? I HONESTLY HAVE NO IDEA WHAT HIS CLOTHES LOOK LIKE, I'VE BEEN USING FANART AS REFERENCE. D:
The other day I was talking to my friend and sending random oldie Chinese music videos
to her, because I'm a dork like that. (Yes, I can sing all those songs. Sort of)
So I sent her the video for Shanghai Bund
, a classic Chinese television series.
Man, I love that song. I'm gonna keep watching the video until I can sing it.
But I regress.
My friend asked me: "Did you know they're remaking this show? It's filmed in China."I am intrigued.
She then shows me the opening video for the remake (if the song sounds different, it's because it's in Mandarin):
And holy shit
, there shouldn't be so much concentrated sexy in one place.
Considering that I bought and watched Blood Brothers
for the 1930's Shanghai setting, this show seems right up my alley.
The main problem now is that my Mandarin isn't great and I can't read simplified Chinese.
Maybe I can find a copy with traditional Chinese subtitles somewhere...?