You know what's the funny thing about getting older and (apparently) more serious with art? People ask you why you don't 'move on' with it.
Over the last few years, as my interest in art in general grew and I attended more traditional art workshops, the question that was most asked to me was:
"Why don't you move on from that manga style of yours?"
Implying that manga was a childish thing to draw, and that when I wanted to go anywhere more serious with my art, I would better move on to a more mature and realistic style.
Now, as some as you know I have close to no intention to go professional. It would take the fun out of drawing, in my opi
Museum of History and Technology
January 14, 1971
IAS-sama stood with her jacket off behind a gray steel government issue desk in the non-public Archives section of the museum’s National Mall building. Golden eyes and stylishly short, curly ended bob of silver hair contrasted with the distinctly old fashioned gray suit she was wearing. Her guests, visitors, petitioners, whatever term they preferred sat in straight backed equally government-issue chairs across from the National Museum’s only resident OS-tan. DOS/360 was too large for hers while her smaller associate seemed to fit right in with her brown and cre