Sunday, March 26, 2006

Kodomo no kuni

"Children's Land" Japanese Children Magazine from the 1920's

3 Comments:

Blogger Taranta said...

Beautiful the japanese tradition with drawing that it´s very close, sometimes are the same, with languague. A japanese child not only learn to write besides to draw, to paint, there are a lot of things about life represented clearly in his language, his writing. Each Kanyi it´s a picture. It´s marvellous. Thanks Oscar for remembers me four years of happiness studying & feeling life as soft as silk, as light as cotton, as bright as snow. someday I would like you to listen my teacher of japanese singing us the traditionals tunes. It was so beatiful. thanks & sorr for my english.

4:01 pm  
Blogger Hernán Cañellas said...

Oscar, No se por que blog tuyo leí que detestabas el manga. Te pregunto: ¿Detestas el manga o la influencia que produce en todos los jovenes dibujantes, (por lo menos los que conozco de Argentina) que hace que no puedan ni intenten dibujar otra cosa que manga.

5:26 am  
Blogger Oscar Grillo said...

Es cierto...Creo que los jovenes que intentan dibujar manga me hicieron odiar el manga, aunque tambien es cierto que las formulas repetibles y repetidas del manga me resultan bastante detestables.

5:38 am  

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