Hello! Grammar, keigo, and writing kanji are all a challenge for me. The easiest are listening, pronunciation, and reading.
No I was born and raised in America, ethnically Chinese. (:
Hello! I have lived here on a half-year exchange before and have a good handle on the language so the transition was smooth for the most part. The huge influence of Japanese culture in Hawaii that I grew up with also made the move feel natural. I recently found two blogs of Hawaii girls in Japan hahaha. If you are interested check out sunnyukari and ksaishappy. Maybe they can give you a different perspective.
Anyway, living in here has its perks and poops. One thing I like is getting to experience distinct seasons. The temperature remains relatively stable throughout the year in Hawaii and the greenery is always…green. In Japan I can experience grey winters, colorful springs, green summers, and orange autumns!
A couple of anons have. I don’t really have an opinion on artists with similar styles, except I think it’s great that they are creating something that makes them happy enough to share online with you and I. The people behind what you see are all very dynamic and different. They have gone through their own trials with their work. So I wouldn’t go around comparing people’s art too much you know? *twirls*
Ahhh thanks! There is still a lot of room for improvement. Recently a good pen came into my life so that helps immensely. Around this time last year, I started posting my drawings more actively too and it’s been such a fun time with y’all!
Wowow go ahead. Thanks for asking!