Throwback Thursday #22- Caramel~

Hey everyone! This week’s Throwback Thursday centers on Caramel from the anime Yumeiro Patissiere.
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Throwback Thursday #21- Couples Pic.

Hey everyone! I’m finally back with a drawing~

I drew this in 20 mins, believe it or not, and during a group tutor session…. But I mean, I couldn’t help my sudden inspiration and I knew how to do the math, so all is well right? I used a normal black fine point pen and it is a reference from Google.

OH! Right, I remember now why I had drawn this. I had been thinking about my past drawings and remembered another old couples drawing which for my first I think I did ok on, thought it was cute, so I took up the challenge for another one!

So, I don’t really have any much to say. Pls. leave a comment below, like, and follow! Thanks for reading!!

~CY @kpop9019

 

A Silent Voice Movie Review

I’m finally back!! I apologize for not posting in nearly a month! I finally got a short break from school, so I have to take this opportunity! Today’s post will be a review on the hyped “A Silent Voice” Japanese Animated film.

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Genre: Romance, School, Drama

Length: 2 hrs. 9 mins

Plot: Shoya Ishida is a high school student with a troubling past. He and his friends used to bully a deaf girl, Shoko Nishimiya, in elementary school and when the teachers and principal found out, he got all the blame. Now, he was the one to be bullied. Ishida isolated himself from his classmates and would not look at their faces, having x-ed them out of his life. Currently, in high school, Ishida finds Nishimiya again and tries to apologize. He wants to befriend her and make up for his wrong-doings. As they grow closer, they begin to develop feelings for each other and Ishida slowly opens up and finds what he can now call “friends”.

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Kuzu no Honkai Anime Review

Hey everyone!

It’s been a while since I’ve written an anime review. Partially because I haven’t been watching animes (reverted to dramas and henceforth) and because the one I have been watching was new so there is only one new episode per week (which took forever to watch). Let’s break this anime up shall we?

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(**Images not mine!! All credits go to original owners!)

Genre: Romance, School, Youth, Drama

# of Eps: 12

Viewer Discretion Advised!!! (although I assume everyone here is old enough)

Plot: Hanabi Yasuraoka and Mugi Awaya both love someone that is unreachable. In order to fill up their loneliness, they substitute each other as the one they love, in the physical intimacy aspect as well. However, they are not the only ones in pain and there are also characters with a double personality.

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Yuri On Ice- Anime Review

Hello~ I’m back with another review!

I hope you guys had an amazing break~ I’m sad to say today was the first day back to school… Break is too short DX

I decided to start the new year with the oh-so-popular anime “Yuri On Ice”. I’ve heard so many people recommending this anime so I jumped abroad and gave it a shot. It also so happened that a few days ago, I went ice skating… And let me tell you, I was obviously not as graceful as Yuri T^T I tried really hard not to fall and it kind of breaks my heart that when I was younger, I was actually a pretty good skater, but now that I’m older I’m more afraid of falling. BUT I actually did not fall, not even once^^ Only downside is: My muscles are aching.. I’m getting a little off-topic now, so without further ado here’s my review~

[Contains some spoilers!!!!!]

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(**Image found on Google)

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Kiki’s Delivery Service: Transition to Adulthood and Finding Yourself

Hey guys!

I’m back with another Studio Ghibli film review!! I’ve gotten so much positive feedback from my other review on “When Marnie was There”and decided to write another one! I’ve just finished watching “Kiki’s Delivery Service” which has always been on my to-watch-list and so today I had time to finally see it. Here’s a short review and some concepts I grasped after watching this wonderfully produced film~

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Throwback Thursday #14- Drawing in the Field

Hey guys,

I’m back with another Throwback Thursday! I know I’ve missed last week’s and I haven’t been posting a lot and that’s due to school work. The entire month of October had been pretty hectic since I’ve been trying to get back into school mode and all the stuff all my classes required me to do was exhausting. This coming week I almost have the entire week off besides Monday and Wednesday, so I plan on updating more.

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