The other characters are mostly frumpy and wishywashy as characters. Without Kenzou, the story would not be very good.
Volume 4 finished with a bang; I was ready to quit, but I will pick up and read the last volume, which is due out soon. I really love stories about creativity, especially memoirs! Akiko Higashimura's Blank Canvas is a really charming story about her journey to become a manga artist. What makes this series really stand out is her honest portrayal of her complicated relationship with her art teacher.
This particular volume sees the beginning of Akiko's creative career. While caught up in the excitement of achieving her dreams she begins to neglect other aspects of her life. The volume ends on a cliffhanger that has me both dreading and anticipating the concluding volume.
One of the things I enjoy about her work is how she changes style to tell her story more effectively. For instance when talking about the differences between the Bouquet Magazine and Cookie Magazine, she changes her drawing style so you immediately get her point. Gosh, I love this series and her teacher! He’s hardcore, but he loves his students even more. ;; The way the author wants to go back in time and slap some sense into her younger self makes me laugh, and I definitely sympathize with her regrets. Like her, my art teacher wanted me to become a painter just like him, and I never wanted to disappoint him but my heart wasn’t in painting either. I see why she wanted to write this story so much now.
(view spoiler)[ I KNEW THIS WAS COMING, but it hit me all the same. I already had the idea her sensei died probably from old age but apparently it was terminal cancer instead ;; (hide spoiler)] |Free Kindle ⚈ かくかくしかじか 4 ♬ Popular E-Book, かくかくしかじか 4 By Akiko Higashimura This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book かくかくしかじか 4, Essay By Akiko Higashimura. Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For? Please Read And Make A Refission For You I still love the series. We're approaching the last instalment and here we get to see her evolved and adapted to demand rather than being a stubborn artist. Clearly, this is why, I think, she is one of the successful mangaka to date. That cliffhanger tho!! THE WAY I AM IN MY FEELINGS ABOUT THIS MANGA!!! The end of this volume in particular was quite the gut punch to me. I can really appreciate what Higashimura is getting across in this autobiography, and it will always be something I recommend. Urgh! This is so good! ;;