It’s a bit of a trick to develop a style, but when I first started out I did something similar. In my case, I liked making illustrations, so I would make a drawing (of a character) and then if I liked it, I’d make another one. So you could say there were many of these sketches, that’s how you develop your style.
It seems to me that the style of this manga is really well done. It’s like something you would find in an old comic book. I don’t think I’ve ever read a manga so well done before. What’s more, I like stories that are really long or that are not simple and straight. If you are that kind of fan, I hope this series is able to meet this kind of high standard.
When I read this manga, I was thinking about the character’s life and how to make my life that much more tragic or depressing.
Hana was born in the desert. She lived among animals, but that’s not all that was wrong with her. She was not afraid of the cold, and even though she didn’t have anything to eat she always kept warm by herself. She didn’t speak a word of human language, and she couldn’t understand a word of Japanese. On the streets and in the streets, she was known as the girl with all the courage, and everyone thought a happy life for Hana would be just around the corner.
But Hana never had a happy life. It was a life of sadness and pain. Eventually he had to kill her so she could be put away in an asylum, but when she was about to die, Hana heard sounds that seemed like footsteps coming towards her. She went out to check them out, but when she looked back she noticed a little girl standing near her. The little girl said, “I’m Hana. Hana, are you lost like other girls say?” Hana then realized that she was not dead, and she started to cry. Then, as Hana was looking down on the little girl with great sorrow in her eyes, there was a light shining down upon the little girl. The light appeared, but that was not enough to stop the tears.
She looked in the same direction that Hana had looked back, only this time there was a strange boy standing next to her. The boy said to her: “It’s not over for you now. I’m Kiba. And I’m not just going