When was in school and part of uni was an anime fan, not crazy fan, but i watched it, well read it, since i was a manga girl than an anime girl (how great was hana yori dango or fruits basket right???) XD. back then i thought i would never stop watching it. but now i have. it happened naturaly as i found myself getting bored with the stories, sexualization of the very young female characters, and realizing the drawings did not satisfy me anymore (dont get me wrong, i think manga drawing requires skill and many times it can be beautiful, like Clamp's work, it just didnt fullfill me anymore, since i now root for more, yet not entirely, real anatomy and features. XD). since i stopped reading manga there are some i had no chance of finishing, like Bleach, Vampire Knight, Parfait Tic or Ouran koukou and Death Note... i do wonder if they are finished or still running Xd anyway the thing is, even though anime is not a part of my life anymore (i dont consider Korra or Adventure Time anime, i still watch those XD) it was a very important factor on me trying to get better at drawing, trying to improve myself and making drawing a huge part of my life. SO! i want to do a little "tribute" (aka making many lines and sketches) to those manga i dropped! (the ones mentioned before) cuase ive done old vintage anime fanart before.
i was thinkinh maybe Bleach? yeah ill do Bleach.. maybe drop a little vampire knight there too... heheheh
oh do tell me, what happened with Bleach? did it end? or is it still running? and what about VK? did Yuki end up with Zero? or did he die or something? and Parfait tic!! was it the blonde dude or the black haired dude she chose in the end?????????? hehehehe Dont tell me about Death Note... i might wanna read that... i probably wont, but just in case.
sorry for the non important journal... i just like writting unimportant stuff
also: im aware that sometimes i still draw anime like
it just happens, i think itll stop someday too
someone reminded me of miyasaki and i must say, i still love those Ghibli movies
and probably always will :