It's been a while since I last made a journal, but today I just felt the urge to do it. It probably sounds stupid because, looking back, the change is quite obvious, so I can't help but feel silly while writing it. Even so, I just couldn't let it go.
The older watchers probably remember how some years ago, exactly in 2014, my coloring style changed drastically. While I used more pastel colors in a CG style, I started to experiment withcellshading and highly saturated hues. It made me very happy, actually. People ofenly mistook me for KuuChan (they still do, but it's a lot rarer now) and I couldn't help but feel as if I was in someoneone's shade. Having similar art style can be quite useful if you're both working on the same story, but from time to time it can get annoying too, at least it did for me.
It was around august 2014 that a friend of mine introduced me to one of Akiakane's albums. Now, as any vocaloid fan, I already knew her work, be it as compo