Where to begin when learning Japanese? Hiragana is a good start. Here is the complete hiragana chart. Showing the basic characters, diacritics and digraphs. A good chart is useful for reference while you gain confidence with the script. But how to learn the characters? The Little Netsuke has a 'Hiragana Guide' that will teach you the script alongside some foundational Japanese vocabulary. Follow the link to check it out... #Japanese #StudyJapanese #Hiragana #HiraganaChart #StudyGuide…
Yumi Batgerel did a breakdown of her Onna-Bugeish, a Japanese female warrior, made for the recent Artstation Challenge with ZBrush, Maya, and Photoshop and shared a bunch of useful tutorials and brushes.
Guess the Disney Movie Song Party Game. I made this for a baby shower based off a internet qui but it could be used for anything!. Not as easy as it looks. Spans a range in age and I can honestly say no one got them all right. Though I do suggest you say "No smart phones/ipads to look up the answers!":
A book of Japanese kanji and their meanings (will include kunyomi/onyomi as well as romaji) this is mainly for personal purposes as I do need to study for my Japanese class 😅 but this is also to help my fellow learners who are beginner to intermediate level. I might also include some grammar and vocabulary
Here is my entry for the latest Artstation Character Design Challenge. You can also check all the sketches and design process on my submission post here: https://www.artstation.com/contests/feudal-japan/challenges/55/submissions/35489