Waiting for October 3rd like:
who else is gonna get their hair did
Aoi Honoo is Too Real
Every update I’m like “I should just put a colour behind them, yeah, comics!” and then I draw a stupidly complex bg
Doing comics, drawing crowds and buildings…I understand the pain.
OH NO I NEED TO WATCH THIS SHOW
Also I’m so glad that my classroom generally doesn’t involve desks. Eff that noise.
“Everyone, thank you.”
“When I wake up in the morning, a pure white curtain of lace is rustling in the breeze. The cuckoo clock in the room says it’s 7 o’clock, and Mom’s voice says, “You’ll be late if you don’t get up!”.”
“I’m still half asleep, and I think, “Please let me sleep for 3 more minutes.” I’m late for school every single day like clockwork, my teacher makes me stand out in the hallway, and I get failing grades on my tests.”
“The crepes we’d eat on the way home. We’d gaze dreamily at a party dress in a show window. The little things bring such joy, and I’m happy.”
“I wish…I wish I could go back to that kind of normal life. I want to go back.”
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this is fucking adorable
SPREAD THESE IMAGES LIKE WILDFIRE PRECISELY BECAUSE THEY FUCK UP THE MISGUIDED STEREOTYPES WE ALL ARE USED TO SEEING.
A stellar kid I drew in class ☆