Haha, I don't watch it, but I've heard of it and seems like a funny anime.
And I use lineart in the program I use, meaning I can make perfect curving or straight lines, and edit them if I want to. If I didn't have lineart, my lines would look terrible, lol. Your lines art bad, though. I really like that style of outlining, actually.
Anyway, this is an illustration I did for school on the book The Red Badge of Courage. Here, I illustrated Henry's description of the though of running away from the battlefield if one occurred during the Civil War. He said that while marching, the idea of running away continued to creep up on him like a thousand-tongued monster. And so, I did this, which is what the first two chapters are mainly about.
Thanks, they took a lot of work. Needless to say, I won the senior award with the wearable pieces. There's one more that I still need to photograph properly. A Sight To Behold took 7 months to do. I'll be doing some CP sculptures soon.
Wait until you see some of the recent photos I've taken at Meadowview. I've been playing around with some of the art filter settings and getting some wild results. They could almost pass as abstract art without any adjustments.