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Tells you how to draw comic strips, and the basics of how to put together the art form using real examples.
Yumeji's popularity has been rising due to the success of his art book, despite his wife's dispute with Tamaki, but he was cut off as a western-style painter and suffers between his family and his lover. Kazuo Kamimura's homage to Yumeji Takehisa, who had been a admiring since he was a boy, this work is the first book to be recorded with the unreleased and unfinished eighth episode whose serialization was interrupted due to the bankruptcy of the publisher.
Art equals expression, an expression creating an outer form, expressing joy, sorrow, and the darkness of the soul. Yutou Riro is a student at an art college, but she believes she lacks the talent to truly succeed as an artist. Entering her life through a series of coincidences is Karaba Jo. To Riro's astonishment, Jo has an exceptional ability to draw the "real" self of the people/object he draws. His artwork draws attention to the finest details of his subject, bringing to light the truth behind each individual.
Maeda Gin is a student who enjoys drawing graffiti at an abandoned apartment complex building near his school, with his friends and acolytes, Teppei and Kon-chan. One night, while they're at work on one of their masterpieces, they're interrupted by a mysterious ghastly pale-skinned woman who scares them. In the process of fleeing, Gin loses his sketchbook to her and then from this point onwards, his life will change in a major way! Some nude painting with his beautiful and attractive art teacher?
Not only is Asou Madoka now attending the same art university as Yukari-san, but he also has the chance to work closely with him! Will his hitherto unrequited love finally have the chance to bloom? Or will Madoka's chance for bliss with Yukari-san be snatched away by Hibiki, the man of uncommon good luck?