SydneyCoalMinerGirlFeatured By OwnerMay 11, 2014Professional Writer
A lot of anime-style or cartoon art has that sort of thing, it's not always meant to be disturbing or perverted, and judging by the amount of detail put into this work it wasn't made just for pervs to stare at the girl's underwear. It probably took weeks of hard work to draw this and years to learn this style of drawing.
Jr. just tried to save his sister's soul by giving his all. He used newfound power in order to surpass himself and his selfish envy in order to save her. She, in the other hand, just died a horrible death and is now with her brother. They're reunited in this Demon and Angel badass picture, and the only thing you think about is asking Bleedman if he find's the girl's underwear attractive or not? Why would you even look at the underwear? That's not the main important twist about the image, so you should stop focusing on that. Especially when you read the page where this scene happens. Focusing on that when such a dramatic scene plays, really man?
NOT JUST REFERRING TO THIS DUDE. Plus this isn't the first time I've seen this image, I read the comic and when I did my eyes weren't focused on that but rather the situation, but now I'm looking back at it out of context and am desensitised to it I can scan the image properly. And I'm refering to other works as well, I mean I understand in the comics because of gravity and perspective (like here) it's just when he has a conscience choice in an illustration to put it in there that makes me curious about why e.g.
Yes, I know... And you're not the first time saying such things. He's been insulted because of such things too, but I usualyl choose to disaknowledge those comments. Even out of context, that really wouldn't be the first thing I'd focus on, cause a demon holding an angel in his arms sounds pretty badass enough to me. You do pay attention to everything about the art though, and I can't blame you for that.
As for those other works, well, I'm used to japanese culture/art style/references now, and I'm frankly not surprised to see that. I've unfortunatly seen far worse, so maybe that affects my vision of things.
Thanks for sharing your thoughts anyway, I see and understand your point.
Actually, I'm really curious about the cultural reasoning behind it. I understand little things like that are a art style, and am curious why "Japanese" culture and anime puts undergarment flashes into art. (The quotes are referencing "Japanese" culture as a definition, not explicitly Japanese. Why does the anime culture, or much of it, focus on little pictures of undergarments? It is curiosity. I am by no means for or against it. Simply curious. I've read some interesting theories on it, but none really definite.
As for Bleemand putting this in, I doubt he even really thought about it when putting it in. It's a art style. And yes, see everything in a picture, but it's such a minor detail of such a absolutely amazing issue that it does not really matter at all. Some would say it's fanservice...I disagree. Its just the POV and the way the picture was drawn in the style it was.
I'd be more curious to find out the cultural reasons and why the style grew the way it did, and also be curious to interview Bleedman. He has some very common themes in his comics and art, and I'd wonder what made him be so interested in those themes. (Loss of a sister, love between siblings, young love, "forbidden/taboo" young love, family issues, lack of a distinct familial structure, dark themes overall with young boys/girls, ect...) I wonder about his life.
But perhaps I am digging too deep and just need to lean back and enjoy the stories (more than I already do. THEY ARE AMAZING!) For me, the stories and art is phenomenal and brings and keeps me here. What I find very curious is the reasons behind them. But I digress.
That is a great question, and I ABSOLUTELY have NO IDEA of why. That kind of stuff appear more and more in animes though, it wouldn't be weird if it didn't appeared in some, I have no idea why it's so important to the art. I too have read some stuff about it, but I don't have an opinion on it, I really want to ask to a Mangaka one of these days. It would interesting to hear his/her answer.
Yeah, true. Who knows. And yeah, agreed, for this specific picture I doubt it's fanservice. If it was it would be more... Appearant. It would actually be interesting to interview anyone using a similar type of art, really (namely, Mangakas). I'd seriously love to ask. Nah, don't necessarily wonder about his life just because of these themes. Maybe it has something to do with his type of inspiration, and that isn't necessarily due to his life. It all depends on what he wishes to do.
Meh, I guess you're just curious. Wonder about those thng at least once in while can't hurt, and... Heh, I think we can all agree that his stories became pretty amazing, yeah. Interesting enough, at least, that's for sure.
Yes, you digress XD But you shouldn't wonder too much about the reasons of an artist behind his art. I mean, sometiems it's instictive, sometimes driven by a specific inspiration... Art is complicated and super personal, sometimes.
This is da best... i always read GTFO ... i used to read augar bits and PPGD but now im only into GTFO... oh and i have a request please.. can you make a picture of mimi and junior being romantic and stuff... my friends wants to see something like that