It’s Part 10! I hope you like giant cats! Or just cats in general. There’s a lot of cat in this chapter.
spooktat asked: Sorry for bothering you, but what is the name of the Tengu Monk's robes in book 1 Karasu? They're such a lovely shape and design!
The blue outfit is made up of a haori (羽織), which is an outer jacket with long sleeves. It has two mon (crests) which symbolize his temple, which are my own design. There is also a white inner layer. The pants are just pants which are tied up above the knees.
If you’re referring to the black and yellow robes, they’re based on actual Japanese monks’ clothing. They’re called kesa (袈裟). They’re not always black and yellow, but I liked the color scheme.
I hope this answered your question and please let me know if I left anything out!
I am now offering the Fishbones postcard set for sale separately from the books. Previously, the only way to get a set was to buy a signed copy of Fishbones in paperback or hardcover. Now you can get just the cards! They’re discounted a bit (
$4.00 $3.50) and include a free bookmark.
Thanks for your support, everyone!
Guess what I’m currently into right now. Hint: Italian mobs.
The “Fishbones” novel written by jisuk is putting me in a pit of feelings. First try drawing the trio, I love Seamus so much uuhuhhgghghhisjfs.
Wow, this is really gorgeous. I especially love how Demos looks, thank you for reading the book and taking the time to make these lovely sketches!
“It’s just a day trip, Demos. What do you need all this crap for?” Demos didn’t look up from the suitcase on his bed, fully focused on the array of contents inside. Ferris’ question wasn’t worthy o…
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Dotonbori (道頓堀) in Osaka, Japan
A canal and night spot in the Namba District, famous since the Edo period.
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Osaka Aquarium (Kaiyukan 海遊館)
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This aquarium is famous for its whale shark… but it was sick and not on display when we visited. Lucky me! Please enjoy a sloth instead.