This article has been brewing in my head for quite a long time. Not only is this an intricate and delicate topic, but it's also hard to explain to someone not immersed in the Japanese visual scene. I don't feel like the best person to describe this either. Still, because of my unique position as… Continue reading The “moe” style problem.
In my search for an interesting, distraction-free writing device, I went first for the most capable options – my laptop and the iPad Pro. With a good application, such as Scrivener, writing and editing on my iPad is just a pleasure (especially lately with the wireless keyboard and trackpad support enabled). I could just end… Continue reading Adventures in writing.
This is again one of the topics that have been on my and Kana’s minds recently. The realization was caused by an event held in Japan’s most famous center for animation (anime), comics (manga) and the all-present, cute "moe" illustration culture which is Tokyo’s Akihabara.We were invited to an event for published artists and spent… Continue reading Working under own name