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Author Topic: Naoki Urasawa interview  (Read 4248 times)

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Offline DeAngelus

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Re: Naoki Urasawa interview
« Reply #30 on: August 19, 2014, 05:01:45 PM »
Gosh , despite having done some exercise ... I still can't even take a short nap ... damn bloodshot eyes , I can't see my works properly >_< !

Anyways , I've finished watching the interview ... I have to say , it does hit close to me . Whatever he says in the interview , I can't help but to treasure everything - a humble interview indeed . And the fact that he kept on drawing with the pain he had makes me want to push on despite the pain I'm having now (having dislocated my two end joints of my pointing finger of the hand used to draw + muscle pull) . My assumption on the hardships one needs to face when becoming a manga artist just got renewed there as well ... I'd never knew it'd be this bad .

Anyways , thanks a lot for posting this video . Truly appreciate it !

... look at how wonky my last post is ...
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Re: Naoki Urasawa interview
« Reply #31 on: August 21, 2014, 06:22:14 PM »
Whoa was that injury drawing related?

Yeah no problem, but it really was a fluke. His additude really got to me though. Definitely something to learn. You should check out the Takehiko Inoue one too.


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Re: Naoki Urasawa interview
« Reply #32 on: August 22, 2014, 06:15:26 PM »
I'm not sure myself as it came without me noticing & very sudden . But the affected finger had an old injury a long time ago which cured , but with a permanent damage to it (I can't bend it completely & the joint is slightly loose) . Maybe the wounds opened up again as I drew lots ... . Right now , though it still hurts , it's lesser than before .

I might check on his interview later on .
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