Article by Ichibo Harada @HEW
Today, you'll read about this manga talk and more!
The problem is... I'm afraid to show my work to others
── I guess everybody has experienced this kind of trouble when they first started drawing manga.
── That's right. Tsuzui, what motivated you when you first started drawing your picture diaries?
── Tsukino, when you started out as a VTuber, were you ever worried that people wouldn't be interested in your stories?
The problem is... I don't want people to find out who I am
── Tsukino, in your talks you often take precautions to avoid getting doxxed, right?
── Such a modest otaku! Do you get permission from your friends before portraying them in your manga?
── What's best to keep in mind when it comes to drawing people you know?
The problem is... How do I plan ahead?
── What do you do when you find yourselves in a nasty pinch?
── Maybe the person who asked the question also works better under pressure and would benefit from a starting point that better suits them rather than so much in advance.
The problem is... How do I practice drawing?
── Tsukino, how did you practice when you were drawing manga?
── Self-analysis is also important when it comes to creativity, isn't it?
The problem is... I'm not sure if my work is entertaining
── Tsukino, what do you do when you're worried that your content isn't entertaining enough?
── Showing your work to someone, on the other hand, can help relieve anxiety.
The problem is... How do I find something to talk about?
── Thinking of everything in our lives in terms of whether it will make a good story or not doesn't sound very healthy... It could make someone want to put themselves in difficult situations on purpose.
── Meaning the picture diary? Or the things you do for fun?
── The takeaway is that what matters is to have a fulfilling life, regardless of the content of your work. Thank you, Tsuzui and Tsukino, for joining us today!