Hi, thanks for your comments. I'm not an animator. I'm more of a comic artist. As for Facebook, I have one but mostly non-arty. For the art that I posted here are mostly fanarts. You can search the anime from the titles of my drawings.
Hey, Jazmyne, I just checked out your website. Looks like it's gonna be awesome. I love a lot of the aspects of the anime/manga artstyle, and have been sadly disappointed many times that I can't watch or read some that go against my faith. So, I think it's really cool that you're trying to make a tv show aimed at teenagers and adults. That's been something I've always wanted to do. I'm still a long ways away from being able to pull something like that, but I just wanted to say I hope your project goes well, and I'll be waiting to see what you make.
Welcome to the CCAS, may your time here be blessed! I love Takahashi Rumiko too! Though I'm mostly a fan of her older works 'Urusei Yatsura' and 'Ranma 1/2', I lost track around 'Inu Yasha' I'm afraid. Your story sounds fantastic, and I would totally love to see it animated! May God bless and prosper you because He loves you, and because your desire is to glorify Him!
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