Workshop "Pintura de pele". Isso foi o que saiu do meu primeiro workshop de "pintura de pele". Vocês não tem noção de como é dificil usar essas canetas japonesas para pintar.
Menor força que faça na mão, já marca a mais a pintura. Ou sai, dependendo da velocidade.
O detalhe na bochecha, foi porque sem querer a caneta caiu da minha mão e fez o primeiro risco.
Pra não ficar estranho, desenhei os outros, num estilo tribal.
Mas achei q "Até que não ficou feio".
Lembrando que não tenho experiência com pintura e foi minha primeira vez usando esses sketches.
Obrigada pelas dicas @mikhairon .
Sketch rápida do kenshiro feito por Maurício ossamu.
O mangaka brasileiro trabalhou profissionalmente por 16 anos no Japão, e chegou a ser assistente chefe do Tetsuo hara (artista de hokuto no ken). Uma de suas funções era ensinar e garantir o padrão de qualidade dos novos assistentes do mangaka.
Na conversa que tivemos no anime friends, Maurício ossamu me contou várias curiosidades do mercado japonês. Foi um papo super interessante com alguém que realmente conhece do assunto.
Atualmente, Maurício dá aulas de mangá na escola japan sunset no bairro da liberdade.
E a @editorajbc está lançando o 1 volume de hokuto no Ken no formato "viz big"
Shōhin-ken is a teahouse built in the first year of the Genroku period (1688) by Naoyuki Matsui, lord of Yatsushiro Castle. At that time, it was a majestic garden with views of Yatsushiro Sea and Unzen over the pine tree forest.
Stones have been freely arranged in the pond in the park and formations that resemble the stone settings of tsukiyama, or artificial hill gardens, and the scenery of Amanohashidate at the Katsura Imperial Villa, named after the famous sand bridge in northern Kyoto Prefecture, have created a varied flavor as a daimyo’s garden.
Shōhin-ken has been designated as a scenic spot in Japan and is a valuable piece of history as a daimyo garden from the early Edo period, with a design that incorporates the majestic ocean and far-reaching scenery. Approximately 5,000 Higo irises come into full bloom in early June, delighting people’s eyes.
There is also an archive museum on Bunko Matsui that exhibits heirlooms passed on by the Matsui family, as well as the hanging scroll of “Battle” and hand-carved wooden swords connected with Musashi Miyamoto.
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Shooting date 2019.05.26
Shopping mall "Tenjin Core" will close in March next year.
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Shooting date 2019.04.27
Hello everyone. My name is Hiyane Takahumi. First of all, I could not sleep well yesterday because of hay fever.
Everyone from Korea University, Welcome to Japan. We are very much looking forward to the 7 days we can spend with you in Japan. Today is the middle of the "CAP" and it is also the beginning of the program in Japan.
I have been helped and supported during the seven days in Korea. All the dishes were delicious. Also, I spent a lot of time in the city surrounded by Korean star advertisement such as 전현무&MOMOLAND. It was a dreamlike time. Thank you very much. From now on, we would like to take the initiative and support our Korean friends in Japan. So do not worry about the group you will be in and do not hesitate to ask any questions. Let's have a good time together. *
Among the programs in Japan, we will visit Kumamoto City where there was a disaster about 2 years ago. We will deepen our understanding about disaster and safety discussed in Korea, by visiting places where disasters actually occurred.
Also recently in Japan, there has been an amendment to the "Immigration Control Law", which has held serious discussions about immigrants in the country. We will continue discussing with you, here in Japan, about “aging society with low birthrates and accepting foreign workers". It seems that cultural differences are rooted in everyone's thinking, but let's talk without avoiding anything. Because we are members of the same program.
For the majority of us, it is the first time living under the same roof with foreign students. So, we are having fun, and at the same time, we feel a little nervous. But Because you have a different culture from Japan, we think we can learn a lot by interacting with you. We are not used to English yet, but we will do our best. 감사합니다.
On a scale from one to ten, how much do you like TOKYO? I’m ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️!
I love living here because it provides endless entertainment and excitement! Today I went to my second Final Fantasy Brass De Bravo orchestra concert. And it was INCREDIBLE! 😭 Goosebumps galore. It also forced me to put down my phone for a couple hours which is quite a feat. 🤣
Let me know how much you love this megacity!
🇪🇸 Del uno al diez, cuánto te gusta Tokio? Yo le doy ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️!
La increíble variedad de entretenimiento es una de las mejores cosas de vivir aquí. Hoy he ido a mi segundo concierto de orquesta Final Fantasy Brass de Bravo, y ha sido maravilloso! 😭 Piel de 🐓. De regalo, me ha forzado a dejar el móvil un par de horas. Que falta me hace.
Cuéntame si te encanta Tokio o no y porqué!! 🐰♥️