The apple is close to the tree in Furuya.
There’s a Japanese proverb in which Japanese is saying that Kaeru no ko wa kaeru is the name of a frog. I suppose that the child of a frog is a tadpole, but rather a stutter (which Japanese have not quite for instance called otamajakushi), but a slang in the background. It’s essentially equivalent to English: father, like son or The apple isn’t far away from the tree; it implies that personal traits and values of the person are reflected in and replicated in their children.
So, for example, we can say that a frog is a child of a frog because they both like to write to Usamaru Furuya and his sixth graders, not because either of them is an amphibian or because both of them like drawing. If we wanted a phrase with similar construction that we would literally apply to those two, we could say The child of an exceptionally talented manga artist is an extremely talented manga artist.
First, look at the older Furuyas artwork.
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Furuya is a professional manga artist who has been working for 25 years. He is known for his unsettling yet unforgettable art style and has written a range of macabre books – including the Litchi Hikari Club, the recently concluded Tosho Iinkkai (Library Committee), and the Lunatic Circus.
Meanwhile, Furuyas son is a manga-born figure in the sixth year of elementary school. Although the boy is currently on summer vacation, the boy has extra time on his hand, and Daddy Furuya says that he’s already using the arts to get more work done. We aren’t talking about some idle doodles in a notebook either, as Furuya recently shared some of his sons’ illustrations, and they are amazing.
Furuyas sons’ artwork is painted.
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Depending on his birthday, Furuyas son will only be 11 or 12 years old; now he can easily see and practice the most relevant aspects of the page, especially the subject of writing; when its not written and used correctly. He has also had tremendous talent for terrible monster design, since the toothsome beast is a nightmare-inducing character, just like the ones he possesses in a professionally published manga series.
An alarming display of deafness has provoked reactions, including:
The art is very good. I don’t want to read that manga. This kid is younger than me, but as far as I am concerned, it is emotionally crushing. It is so much interest on this page. Every day, the spirit of creativity is treasured. At this rate, hell to be able to go pro, not a problem before he even finished high school. The kids got amazing genes.
It might be tempting to attribute the quality of the boys’ works to genetics, but it wouldn’t certainly be fair. Father Furuya says his son has written the works for the first 40 pages of his manga, but due to his youth and maturity, his skills have evolved as compared to what they had when he started. So he’s actually been redrawing earlier pages, now that he can do a better job, which is why he’s not finished with the story yet; since it looks like he’s going to have a longer time than summer vacation to wrap things up.
That is a good concept: to take the mind of an entrepreneur.
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