It’s not often that I feature the Lilo & Stitch artwork of just one artist, but considering what I’ve seen in the collection of Russian Lilo & Stitch fan Crees Art after they’ve joined the Lilo & Stitch Amino community recently, I’m quite impressed.
They’ve started drawing Lilo & Stitch fan art last year, sharing their love of the franchise as a whole (even Stitch! and Stitch & Ai) and especially the relationship between everyone’s favorite Kweltikwan mad scientist and Plorgonarian former galactic agent. Their stuff includes detailed pictures of experiments, on-model screenshot redraws, and even some interesting AU stuff.
Check out their works or just say “Aloha!” to them on Instagram and VK.
All provided artworks come from their VK account.
Remember that supposed Bomberman game based on the Stitch! anime that people in the Anglosphere thought didn’t exist?
Yeah, well, it turns out that it totally existed. 💣🤯
Bomberman: Disney Stitch Edition ( ディズニー スティッチ ボンバーマン) was released on August 2, 2010 as a free mobile game for NTT DoCoMo’s i-mode mobile internet service in Japan.
As the Bomberman fan site linked above states:
The alien Stitch (from Disney's Lilo & Stitch) takes the role of Bomberman in a timed score attack challenge. You must destroy as many crab enemies and soft blocks within the time limit; Bomb Ups and Fire Ups can be found inside soft blocks, redesigned to fit the Hawaiian aesthetic.
Scores can be submitted to an online leaderboard, allowing you to challenge high scores from across the country.
The game was published for free on i-Mode platforms under the DoCo DeMo Game (ドコデモゲーム) banner; its name is a pun on DoCoMo, a Japanese mobile phone service.
Unfortunately, I don’t know how to be able to play this old and odd crossover spin-off mobile game here in America without resorting to finding and ordering a compatible phone on eBay and trying to get a Japanese-exclusive phone service to be able to access this game. I also am unable to find any videos featuring gameplay, so these few screenshots are all there is to see.
If anyone out there does have gameplay and video footage of this game, or knows of a way to get access to this game and the i-mode service on a computer or smartphone, then please do share! (And quickly, too! The i-mode service will be shut down in March 2026! 😰)
Other links: Famitsu, K-Tai Watch
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Here is a little before/after embroidery process of one of the first ouija planchette brooches I ever made!
I used satin stitch and some beads to make it. I really like to style brooches / pins on the collar as you see, but actually it can be weared in any way.
(Btw, I just started to use tumblr, so I would really appreciate if you will follow my blog! You will find out about embroidery, crafting, sometimes I am telling the stories behind my crafts: why I crafted it, where I got inspiration, etc.)
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