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Old 2004-05-31, 18:34   Link #21
7thMethuselah
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..i'm sorry i have to agree with snoopy on this one
Takahashi was making anime/manga before many of us were even BORN, and her style has actually gotten worse/hasn't changed
her age is beginning to show, sadly
she can still tell a story, but drawing...eeeehhhhh
lol I completely agree, storywise she's the top but drawing wise .... somewhere along the gutter Well, along the way I've gotten used to her style so it doesn't bother me as much any more. But contrary to Kyuven i actually like Inu Yasha's art alot more than Ranma's. Her strongest point are still the characters, some of them are so mysterious and awesome ( Kikyou and Sesshoumaru for example) that they just keep you attached to the story.

Sometimes I wonder what the original artists think when they see the Yaoi or other less innocent version of their own work ...
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Old 2004-05-31, 18:57   Link #22
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Now I know from which pic did BoneyJellyfish obtaine his former av/sig! I didn't know it was inuyasha at all!

well I like any yaoi a lot ^_^, but the art in some of those covers was awful.
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Old 2004-06-01, 07:54   Link #23
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Inuyasha: this guy has more similarities to Ranma than i can begin to count, and doesn't realize that this girl hanging around him has the hots for him
Ah, finally found some episodes of Inuyasha -the first 8. To me, it seemed rather amusing, but hopefully the artist will soon decide to move on and make it a romance.

Does he...?
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Old 2004-06-01, 09:12   Link #24
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Sometimes I wonder what the original artists think when they see the Yaoi or other less innocent version of their own work ...
many of them don't know what to say since they were likely doing the exact same thing before they hit it big (CLAMP and Ken Akamatsu, for instance, were doujin artists before they hit it big)
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Old 2004-06-01, 16:24   Link #25
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Hmm
Well, Takahashi uses traditional woodblock-print-style work, which is fairly 2-d. This is one of the reasons I like a few of her titles - Mermaids series and Inuyasha with cultural/folklore goodies. The art looks like it's traditional Japanese.
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Old 2004-06-02, 15:45   Link #26
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hurray for avatars with phallic symbols!
Are you happy or you are ironic?
By the way, i didn't realise, but it's true it looks like it
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Old 2004-06-02, 22:59   Link #27
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I don't know if the creator of kono mini(I think that's where the avatar came from) intended it, but a girl wiping cream from her face is considered phallic regardless of the original intention.
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Old 2004-06-02, 23:15   Link #28
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I don't know if the creator of kono mini(I think that's where the avatar came from) intended it, but a girl wiping cream from her face is considered phallic regardless of the original intention.
it's mayonaise
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Old 2004-06-06, 07:03   Link #29
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Originally Posted by Kyuven
..i'm sorry i have to agree with snoopy on this one
Takahashi was making anime/manga before many of us were even BORN, and her style has actually gotten worse/hasn't changed
her age is beginning to show, sadly
she can still tell a story, but drawing...eeeehhhhh
i understand...itz just i'm so used 2 her drawings that i can copy most of her manga characters...yeah..i admit her drawing are not as good as nobuyuki anzai or nobuhiro watsuki but at least she still made a fame out of it right?
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Old 2004-10-17, 16:08   Link #30
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Old 2004-10-18, 22:34   Link #31
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Yaoi is disgusting. The reviews suck. They were poorly written. Read the reviews. Find what is similar in my post compared to the reviews.
I agree you rule!
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