The pressure of being an only child.
After dreading it for so long, for this comic I finally had to teach myself how to draw cars. It turned out to be pretty simple.
Step 1: Find a picture of a car.
Step 2: Trace it.
Step 3: Draw the rest of the frame in the same perspective as the car.
ROMANCE TIP: Ask your crush trick questions until they’re your partner by technicality.
Sedna is not a complicated girl.
Run while you still can Dini!
If you haven’t figured it out, ‘okaasan’ means ‘mother’ in Japanese, and ‘kaasan’ is more like ‘mum’. The more you know.
Suddenly I remember why I don’t normally draw Sedna in colour.
Sedna’s probably already planned out the wedding, honeymoon, first 3 years of marriage, and the names of their children.
Poor Dini has no idea what he’s getting himself into. Wait until he finds out that there are over 2’000 kanji characters and multiple ways of pronouncing each one. Plus 46 hiragana characters, 46 katakana characters, and don’t even get me started on the grammar.
Well that confirms it. Sedna’s hair is basically magic.
If ‘The Lady and the Tramp’ taught me anything, it’s that next time she should try sharing a bowl of really long spaghetti.
(I mean, I haven’t actually seen The Lady and the Tramp, but I assume it all works out)
Hurray! Comic number 50! Halfway to an actual milestone! What better way to celebrate than with a BIG REVEAL that literally everyone saw coming? In fact, I’d like to apologise to everyone for pretending there was any mystery at all, it was pretty obvious who Sedna liked.
And… now I need to start thinking of something for comic #100.