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Or, as I call it: tbotg in short. This is a manga project that I've started to think of, a long time ago. Actually it passed almost 2 years, and yet, I couldn't bring myself to work on this project. Or, maybe I just wasn't satisfied on the characters I thought of, and the most important thing: my art capabilities were still lame. I think now I can draw ok, and even if there is A LOT of place for improvement I guess this will just have to come in time.
The tbotg is a story of a priestess revived in present, a young, modern girl, who has nothing special, a handsome young man who has a twisted life, and a lot of mystical, magical, comical, myst
I've succeeded in entering University again (Japanese section this time). This is my second time, so I hope I won't screw this again (by getting bored, and not going to classes anymore). But, because I love Japanese so much I doubt that will happen.
I've decided to take JLPT3, so that I will have a strong motivation for learning. And I also need to get my spirits up!
I've started to work at the first chapter of a manga that I dream of doing for so long (called "The Book of The Gods"). I have finished the script, and even if I think it needs a bit of improvement here and there, I think that overall it is good, and captivates the reader. I am