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Peacemaker Kurogane is being continued!Hello everyone!Peacemaker Kurogane is being continued! by PeaceMaker-FanClub
Sorry for not having kept you up to date for so long. However, I'm back with really great news! Peacemaker Kurogane is being continued in Japan! Not only that, volume 6 has been fully scanlated, so you can catch up easily.
Newty333 from tumblr has created this great list of all chapters that have been scanlated so far and the list is being updated quickly as we get more. Which is often at the moment because the fandom is waking up over at tumblr at the moment. If you're on tumblr, I recommend checking out the peacemaker kurogane tag.
If you're capable of reading japanese, you can even follow the recent chapters on the mag garden website. The series is officially being published online and is free to read there. You can't access past chapters, though. But <b>
Don't let the crap of the internet brainwash you.warning: This journal is my opinion and my view on things. I support open-mindedness and the possibility of anything.Don't let the crap of the internet brainwash you. by Suzanne-Helmigh
The internet is full of it: People with strong opinions. Usually about 'how to do things' and 'how to absolutely not do things'.
Ask any given person this question: What is good art?
They will all give you a different answer and some of those answers are waaaay to specific for their own good.
Meaning they have a very specific view on what is good and see other work that does not meet up those qualifications as: bad, fake or cheating.
It is natural to have a preference toward certain topics or techniques when making art, but it's wrong to push those ideas upon others as a set of rules. (kinda like forcing someone into a religion)
Art should be a free medium for people to express themselves, even if this means their work goes against your standards or deems unpleasant for your taste.
(Child pornography, animal cruelty etc not included, there are limits to
The problematic behavior of online artists.There is a bunch of things online artist do terribly wrong on a regular basis. Some of it might be directly aimed to you and some might be things you from others.The problematic behavior of online artists. by Suzanne-Helmigh
Way too little time spend on painting/practice.
People making nit pick pointers.
The extreme fuzz about labels and methods.
Witch-hunting/ talking smack.
However I'd like to start with a totally opposite note:
This year I've also experienced great support from the art community for which I'm dearly grateful for.
:icontituslunter: got me an amazing birthday gift(video), made by him and fellow awesome artists:
And the support I've had this past week with the event of my sisters death has been incredibly helpful. (Thank you for all the donations, there are no more worries about money anymore thanks to you awesome people!)
(most of) You seem to spend way to li