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Vol. 1 Ch. 2 - Efficient Use of Time
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He got some good friends
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i rlly like the vibe of this one
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As a budding artist, who is in a regular college due to parents pressure here is my advice. If you are truly passionate, in this day and age you can make a living out of it. Trust yourself and don't be like me. Don't give in to social conformity easily. Guys and girls, "TRUST YOURSELF".
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He's got a great support group.

His friends are bros, his teacher is cool and even the cross-dresser is encouraging.
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When hard workers get to do the thing they love they're unstoppable!
That is for today
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omg this is so cuteeee
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The perspective part screws up with my brain
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Can't i just say that the main character is supet cute?
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@U235 yup, what I talked about (practical art) is about design (designer).

For what I know, Tokyo U is really Japan no 1 and a super elite college, thats why maybe the author explained it like that. Even though for me her explanation is more like a sales pitch more than anything.

I think art school is similar to music school or sport academy, what you learn there (with instructor/coach) are mostly a theory. Because if you passionate about what you do practice is like a breathing, and surely if you practice enough you will never get worse right?
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@Nunally Indeed artist are still need but, more specifically, designers. But i was talking about pure (plastic) arts as the manga is about mc getting into the oil painting section. And those sections are very limited in numbers because of funds, even though the manga makes it look like its so difficult to enter because of popularity and elitism. Btw, as someone who has a few artists friends, I was really disappointed by the was of teaching nowadays in colleges. It seems the only thing that matters is the concept and the refinement of skills is completely put aside. Most of the graduates can't even draw or paint or sculpt at a high level anymore.
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@U235 well in this day & age living as a full time artist is really hard, you are considered really lucky if you can sell your painting/sculpture with decent money, but its strictly on pure art though.
If its about practical art, your range of employment is pretty much limitless (note: depend on your major), because every area need art now. Just walk to the city, almost everything you see are a product of art, from the sign of a store to the clothes that you wear.
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How is this dude so good? Well, I guess he had to take every subject seriously. But still! That’s hella good.
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Lol, i like how they try to give value to art studies by saying it's super difficult to get in. But in reality it's hard to enter because the have only 15 places available for the whole Japan. And why is that? because it's a poor faculty since art is not very useful nowadays apart from laundering money.
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huh... sensei can get it
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he has nice friends uwu
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Waste of time my ass HSBSJABAJANANA
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holyshit goodluck bro
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@Shlomosuke As someone who does a lot, I find I've never had a single hobby or passion to call. If you take a lot at yourself, and the things you enjoy (let's take manga for one haha) if you look closely at why you enjoy them, you can often find a clue that guides you! For me, I'm always changing, and it's nothing bad or to be afraid of! I've done Origami, video game development, writing, painting, honestly the list is endless, find the things inspiring you!
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I really like the setting of the story.

I wish i too could find something that makes my heart move.
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@Paru That's awesome! Best of luck to you!
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