I realized something today. I've been spoiled by art programs in a very specific way. When I was a kid, and I was JUUUUST getting into digital art, I drew on paper, scanned it, and traced over it and colored it in mspaint. I haven't used mspaint in that way for over a decade now. Going back and trying it again, I realize what a blessing it is to have your canvas in the center of your screen instead of off to the side like in mspaint ;v;
Hmm. There seems to be a lot of manga popping up lately w/ the same setting : European noblesse around the 17th-19th century (with or without fantasy elements), a girl MC and romance. Not that I'm complaining, I really dig that setting for romance. I'm just wondering why that specific setting is so popular lately??
A socially anxious shut-in that draws to be happy. Still trying to work myself out.
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