I enjoy drawing at my desk.
Especially late at night, the picture is drawn better.
(It's even better if my cat is sleeping next to me.)
I don't remember what my first work was.
I have been drawing since I was very young.
Perhaps my first painting is a graffiti I have left somewhere?
These paintings that can be said to be the first works are the personal works that I started posting on SNS as a college student.
I don't think being able to draw animals realistically automatically makes it a good painting. When I draw, I would look into their eyes and try to focus on their character and personality. Sometimes I also take reference to my own cats.
I enjoy drawing with brushes and ink or brush pens, and I paint my cats and animals with them. Rather than defining my own style, I kept practising and drawing animals.
I enjoy drawing people and animals around me in my own style.
(I'm taking care of three cats.)
The pictures I draw don't intend to mean much.
My paintings contain feelings that I have while living with them, or any other unusual thoughts I've had.
I like animal paintings by @mogutakahashi.
The animals in her paintings are not bound by form, they are very witty.
I think free emotions, sensual colours, and funny messages like a little child's drawing are the charm of her animal paintings.
This is her Instagram: @mogutakahashi
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