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☆please scroll to bottom of journal for info on my comics, classes, commissions and other accounts~☆

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WOW! I apologize for the absence of uploads and updates these past months!

I recently got a new part-time position as a social media promoter for an American manga publisher, and have also been doing more Japanese-English translating work than before both for the Huffington Post and for GEN Manga.
I'll leave links below to the articles and books I've been working on!

I still have a variety of art projects going on (including a prospective large mural), but have not had time as of late to get much uploaded onto any of my sites. Unfortunately, due to the time consuming nature of my other work at the moment, Farewell Feeling is on a hiatus.

I hope you will continue to watch and follow me here and on my Tumblr website as I am trying to return to having more of an online presence again. I may even revive my Twitter soon! It's a new year; anything is possible!

As promised, here are the links to the Huffington articles I translated:

1) Japan in the aftermath of the tsunami: www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12…
2) Unusual recipes for using extra mochi: www.huffingtonpost.com/recipe-…
3) The giant old man in Japan's sky: www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12…
4) Cat learns to use a toilet: www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/11…

And these are the GEN Manga books I have been working on:

1) Anomal: genmanga.com/books/anomal/inde…
2) Kamen 02: genmanga.com/books/kamen_v2/in…
3) Stones of Power: genmanga.com/books/stonesofpow…

Some of my work for GEN Manga (such as their online-only Eden series) has not yet been put into print form but can be read on genmanga.com.


The usual links for commission information and classes are still below; and I am still available for both if you or someone you know is interested!

Thank you for your patience, and I hope you are all having a fabulous 2015 so far.

(Also: I am going to try and go through my backed up dA messages soon, but if you wrote to me and never heard back please feel free to poke me again or (more direct and sure to get a reply) email me at lilyhanamail@gmail.com! )

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☆my commission info: rain-and-sunshine.deviantart.c…
☆my webmanga: 
1) Farewell Feeling: farewellfeeling.smackjeeves.co…
2) Yuki Monogatari bilingual comic: thejapanesepage.com/ebooks/yuk…
☆info about my long-distance Japanese language/ESL lessons/tours to japan/日本人のためのESLのレッスン: PM or email me if interested ( lilyhanamail@gmail.com )

Tumblr: rainysidewalks.tumblr.com
  • Reading: Japan: A Documentary History
  • Watching: Gravity Falls
☆please scroll to bottom of journal for info on my comics, classes, commissions and other accounts~☆

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WOW! I apologize for the absence of uploads and updates these past months!

I recently got a new part-time position as a social media promoter for an American manga publisher, and have also been doing more Japanese-English translating work than before both for the Huffington Post and for GEN Manga.
I'll leave links below to the articles and books I've been working on!

I still have a variety of art projects going on (including a prospective large mural), but have not had time as of late to get much uploaded onto any of my sites. Unfortunately, due to the time consuming nature of my other work at the moment, Farewell Feeling is on a hiatus.

I hope you will continue to watch and follow me here and on my Tumblr website as I am trying to return to having more of an online presence again. I may even revive my Twitter soon! It's a new year; anything is possible!

As promised, here are the links to the Huffington articles I translated:

1) Japan in the aftermath of the tsunami: www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12…
2) Unusual recipes for using extra mochi: www.huffingtonpost.com/recipe-…
3) The giant old man in Japan's sky: www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/12…
4) Cat learns to use a toilet: www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/11…

And these are the GEN Manga books I have been working on:

1) Anomal: genmanga.com/books/anomal/inde…
2) Kamen 02: genmanga.com/books/kamen_v2/in…
3) Stones of Power: genmanga.com/books/stonesofpow…

Some of my work for GEN Manga (such as their online-only Eden series) has not yet been put into print form but can be read on genmanga.com.


The usual links for commission information and classes are still below; and I am still available for both if you or someone you know is interested!

Thank you for your patience, and I hope you are all having a fabulous 2015 so far.

(Also: I am going to try and go through my backed up dA messages soon, but if you wrote to me and never heard back please feel free to poke me again or (more direct and sure to get a reply) email me at lilyhanamail@gmail.com! )

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☆my commission info: rain-and-sunshine.deviantart.c…
☆my webmanga: 
1) Farewell Feeling: farewellfeeling.smackjeeves.co…
2) Yuki Monogatari bilingual comic: thejapanesepage.com/ebooks/yuk…
☆info about my long-distance Japanese language/ESL lessons/tours to japan/日本人のためのESLのレッスン: PM or email me if interested ( lilyhanamail@gmail.com )

Tumblr: rainysidewalks.tumblr.com
  • Reading: Japan: A Documentary History
  • Watching: Gravity Falls

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welcome to the dA of lily cernak!
this is not my real hair. it is a real chess board, though.

I am a....
manga/comic creator
freelance illustrator
EN-JP translator and interpreter
art & Japanese teacher
cosplayer
cosplay photographer
ESL instructor

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Current Residence: my own personal universe, aka @ my desk
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Gtw101 Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Hi, my name's Gtw101 but you can call me Geo. I really LOVE your work, and I was wondering that you, me and horohorogirl666 could help with an AMAZINGLY cool project! If, that is okay with you.
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rain-and-sunshine Featured By Owner Mar 18, 2013  Professional General Artist
Hi! if you have a project proposal please pm me with more details :) although I must warn you that at the moment I am probably not accepting collaborations, only commission work ^^;
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Silver-moon123 Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
OMGOMGOMGOMGOMG HI I'M A HUGE FAN.
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rain-and-sunshine Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2013  Professional General Artist
Hi! I'm flattered! thank you for watching :)
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StoneColdDead Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Hey, can you follow this link? Its this picture I drew of Yoruichi from Bleach and I wanted to know if you had any tips for me, it'll really help.
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rain-and-sunshine Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2013  Professional General Artist
sure!

nice drawing :) I guess my advice to you would be to try varying your line thickness a bit more. make darker lines around parts of her eyes, in places in her kimono collar that might have shadows, etc. and it will help her face stand out more.

is this pencil?
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StoneColdDead Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Yes its pencil. (I drew most of it at school.) I didn't know whether or not to make the eye lines very dark like in other anime's or keep it thin so I could erase it easyer. And when you say darken the lines in parts of her eyes, do you also mean in the pupil?

I'm still working on shadows...
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rain-and-sunshine Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2013  Professional General Artist
yes, I think I'd maybe make the outline around the iris a bit thicker and the lines around the eye, but not the whole thing -- only parts, especially the upper half. however if you are planning to ink it, I would maybe wait to thicken lines and do it with the ink so that (as you say) it isn't too hard to erase the pencil.
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HALL0WED-GR0UND Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I wish to visit ht e Goggleworks soon. Haha. I live really close!
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rain-and-sunshine Featured By Owner Jan 8, 2013  Professional General Artist
just let me know when you'll be visiting, and I'll try to be in that day :)
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