category : ANIME
Now You've Got It! How to Draw Manga!（Ways to convey the theme）
When conceiving a comic story, first of all is to draw up a main idea (theme).
This step is very important because the theme can carry out the image of the work at the end, and it is also the signpost to direct the trend on development of the work.
This time, let's talk about how to convey the theme to readers!
Secrets of Products Exchange
Have you play the capsule toy or ichiban kuji in Japan? Then did you get what you want?
It may be a little bit difficult to hit the jackpot just once.
However, in Japan, the same two-dimensional human beings often help each other in order to realize their dreams.
Well, today I will introduce to you the secrets of products exchange in Japan.
Summary of Types of Japanese Student Uniforms
In Japan, April is the season for new semester and new start! We can find many students wearing new bright uniforms in the street. If have a close view of them,we may really find many kinds of Japanese uniforms. Here, I sum up Japanese student uniforms (especially girls' uniforms) for everyone.
Now You've Got It! How to Draw Manga!(Character-created Method②)
It is very interesting to read comics, which most attractive reason is the role of characters.
Then how to create a character that people want to support and want to try?
This time, let's take a look at the highlights of creating characters!
How to Take Pictures That Cosplayers Will Love You For
"Cosplay" is a Japanese subculture. Many towns hold a variety of cosplay gatherings and events. You might just see some "cosplayers" while you're out sightseeing! We're here to teach you the proper etiquette for taking photos of cosplayers!
The Expanding World of Japanese Anime! C3 AFA Singapore 2017!
Anime Festival Asia (AFA), the premiere celebration of J-Pop culture in three southeast Asian countries since 2008, will be combining forces with this year's C3 character event to create C3 AFA, a festival providing exciting content to even more fans in southeast Asia!
Starting in June, events were be held one after the other in Bangkok, Thailand, Jakarta, Indonesia, and Tokyo, Japan, and the final event will be taking place over three days in Singapore from November 24th to the 26th!
Not Just a Toy Anymore! The Scoop on Japanese Gacha Machines!
Capsule toys' roots originated in America.
Then, in 1965, they were imported into Japan and were called "Gacha gacha" or "Gachapon".
Gacha gacha were installed at places such as video game arcades and shopping centers and became a household name for children due to their cheap price.
However, the winds of change have begun to blow for the Gacha gacha industry!
Let's take a look at what is happening with Japan's Gacha gacha.