Quotes tagged with "art" (best)

Masako Saeki: With the techniques you've learned, you've become better. But techniques are not what make a piece good.
To Yaguchi.
Yatora Yaguchi: The art I see in my head always looks so damn cool. But with every stroke I lay down, one, after another... I ruin my art, more and more.
Yatora Yaguchi: At this point, I don't really know if this is good or bad, but even if it's slight, something is drawing me in... I finally felt like my art could swallow me whole.
Yatora Yaguchi: More than having the worst drawing, I would risk failure by having an acceptable drawing that doesn't stand out. Actually, as long as it's eye-catching, even a terrible drawing should at least leave an impression.
Mayu Oba: Techniques and knowledge are powerful weapons. But if you don't use them right, your art will lack punch. You have fewer weapons than non-first timers, but at the same time, you are unburdened and lithe. That's the strength of new graduates. The key is trial and error, trial and error, and trial and error. Just do your best.
Masako Saeki: Try to put aside the idea of failure. When you do, the skills and knowledge you've learned until now, along with this work, will all stand by your side.
Yatora Yaguchi: Art conveys things that cannot be conveyed by words. I realized that there are many interesting things and ideas in this world.
Yatora Yaguchi: Before I started drawing, I thought making art was a kind of magic that only a select few could use.
Mayu Ooba: Good works of art look like they were drawn or painted as the artists saw them, but the truth is that they're incredibly calculated.
Mayu Oba: It's good to dissect other works. But it's dangerous to make too much of a comparison. You shouldn't aim to get first place but to create your own masterpiece.
Maru Mori: Yaguchi, do you know the origin of paintings? There are many theories, but one of them is prayer. Therefore, when I'm making art, I pray that the person who receives it will go in the right direction.
Mayu Oba: Teaching is hard. Even though I'm raising three sons, the goal of art is different from person to person. You have to figure out your goal and how to get there by yourself. I can give advice, but even I don't know where they'll end up. ... It's exciting. I'm eager to find out how they will change in the next 120 days.
Yatora Yaguchi: It's one of those pieces that draw you right in. I've felt this way a few times so far. That feeling where the boundaries between myself and the art become blurred. But... my art doesn't have that.
About Kuwana's painting.
Yatora Yaguchi: Art is interesting because you can't understand everything just from reading a book. Our senses lead the way, and logic will follow. If so, then I'll just enjoy myself. I'll have fun with it.
Yatora Yaguchi: When it came to work and play, I always went all in. Though that didn't make them feel any more real. But when I expressed myself to others through painting, it was like the first time I ever really talked with people.
Maru Mori: I'm not talented. I just spend more time thinking about art than others. Also, it's necessary to study methods in order to make art. So just brushing it off as "talent" is like I haven't put any effort into it.
Masako Saeki: People who are true to themselves make great art. Art is a language without words.
Masako Saeki: When you feel joy, excitement, and passion while making art, the viewer will also enjoy your work.
Maki Kuwana: You need physical energy to paint, right? There are a lot of big eaters among artsy girls, aren't there? But I guess there's also a lot of boys who only eat a little. I wonder why.
Maikeru Arakawa: Singing, dancing, music, acrobatics... Being broadly skilled in the arts will get you far. Rakugo is not such a straightforward discipline that you can become a master just by practicing how you speak.
Yatora Yaguchi: I've done my fair share of playing and studying. I thought I was living my life efficiently. But I got hooked on art. And for the first time in my life, I started to take things seriously. Even though I used to think that there was no future to be had in art.
Maki Kuwana: Even if you're really good at art, and even if you do it for a long time, or you love it to death... If fighting for it becomes too painful, then it's okay to walk a different path. Choosing to make things easier for yourself is actually pretty hard to do.
Yatora Yaguchi: if it's an exam, you should be able to prepare for it. But evaluating art comes down to personal taste.
Yatora Yaguchi: Of course it's impossible to understand everything about art. Highbrow... High barriers to entry... Maybe it doesn't need to be like that. Thinking "I don't really get it," used to stop me in my tracks... But just now, I took a small step.
Hermia: Your heart gets warm looking at it, doesn't it? It's like it's filled with the feeling of love, somehow. He must have been thinking about somebody while he created it.
Duck: But that might've been you, Miss Hermia!
Seiji Yoshida: I know I'm going to die soon! But before I do, I want to paint one last picture... I want to paint right up to the very end...!

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