Hi 😀 😀
I hope your day is going well! I just sorted out some interview clothes for a job interview that I have tomorrow.
I have been so busy today with the usual work, study, and drawing. I also have another job interview to go to on Thursday. So super busy this week.
I am really glad that the weather is cooler this week, so at least I won’t get hot when walking to the train station tomorrow.
Today I am reblogging my post on great Miyazaki anime movies and an artwork book.
Ok I will get back to study now. Thank you so much for reading. Have a great day!
Capili Jiron x x
What makes art magical?
For me, art is magical when it tells a story. It can be heartwarming, fantasy-like, breathtaking, sad, or even show emotions of frustration.
When art tells a story, it draws you in, intriguing you to search for an understanding of what is happening.
Hayao Miyazaki is an amazing Japanese film director, animator, screenwriter, producer, author, and manga artist. I have seen all of his anime movies, and each one of them is a masterpiece that takes you on an incredible journey. There is so much love, and emotion that goes into each story.
Grave of the Fireflies – This is one of my favourite anime movies of all time. It takes you on a journey about two siblings who are orphaned, and go through many struggles as a result of the aftermath of a World War II bombing. This movie is extremely sad, so do prepare…
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2 thoughts on “Inspiration from the Art of Miyazaki – ART”
I am in absolute awe of mister Myazaki. He is simply amazing. Grave of the Fireflies is very sad indeed, but wow, it is so incredibly powerful, and an utterly amazing film. You pretty much forget that you are watching an animated feature.
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The art work book looks very interesting. I love these movies too as I did a post on Studio Ghibli too awhile ago. I love Howls Moving Castle and Princess Kaguya a lot.
Good luck in your interview, I’m sure you’ll do great. 😊