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Yayoi

Yayoi

by illumelnati
"Dear God, if love is so glorified, if love can cure, if love can take away this pain and suffering in my heart, why am I forbidden from it?"

Hisato fell in love, and it was all he ever needed, but he didn't know it would tear his life apart. Yet, he strived for it, he fought for it, but in the end, who was the fool?
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· Discontinued: 5th January 2015 - 25th December 2016
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Yayoi

"Dear God, if love is so glorified, if love can cure, if love can take away this pain and suffering in my heart, why am I forbidden from it?"

Hisato fell in love, and it was all he ever needed, but he didn't know it would tear his life apart. Yet, he strived for it, he fought for it, but in the end, who was the fool?
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· Discontinued: 5th January 2015 - 25th December 2016

Recent Comments

Guest
October 11th, 2017
You are very talented and I'm glad you go on. I can understand that you changed and that you want to write other stories I feel the same just that I'm looking for stories to read because I can't draw. But I actually wished you would have overdone this comic because I like it and it could have become some good story too, but I hope to find a comic from you again and good luck
Guest
October 11th, 2017
Why don't you just try respecting her, she might treat you differently then
Guest
October 11th, 2017
This would be a real good story if Maki stays hetero for ones, doesn't mean I hate bl just that not every guy is gay
Guest
October 11th, 2017
Well, I wouldn't have minded a different storyline once in a while, too bad it was just a joke. But since I'm no good drawer I have to go with what's there also if the stories are all so alike and clishee
Rei_
May 14th, 2017
When did Juuzou become a cashier?
Lingua_Franca
February 11th, 2017
For some reason at the part of 'have you seen my brother', I immediately thought of 'HAVE YOU SEEN MY SON?!?! HE'S ABOUT THIS TALL, CLEARLY GAY, BUT WE HAVEN'T HAD THE TALK-'
Seems pretty accurate.
pettynoice
January 30th, 2017
Yesss i love that song
Poteto (Guest)
January 29th, 2017
Make us freeeee na splash get rejected
Poteto (Guest)
January 29th, 2017
Am reading because the title is basically yaoi with an extra y and loving so far
boiseboo
January 29th, 2017
@Ru: omfg. that would be so awesome.
boiseboo
January 29th, 2017
cupcakes fix everything
CrimsonnReign
January 10th, 2017
You should do what you love! :3 So don't feel bad (I just want to know how the story ends. I don't suppose I can beg you for a summary? If not, I understand.) Let us know what you do next, I'm sure we'll love it just as much :)
Meow
Kinky(͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)(͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Meow
.... THAT'S HILARIOUS HAHAHAHA CUTE!!!
LunaKitty
January 9th, 2017
Hm
Have you been watching Free Author-Senpai???
Ilaree
January 3rd, 2017
i really like your art style :3
Angel (Guest)
January 3rd, 2017
Just be you hun, no need to try and defend yourself, everyone has rough times and understand, anyone who is upset isn't a very good person, ignore them, let them go. And I love your comic TuT
@illumelnati: i freeeging love you right now for that picture.
bxk.freakazoid
December 28th, 2016
theres nothing to be ashamed of actually. we all grow up and with us our perception of art grows too.
i too started at yaoi in 2010, as a 15 year old. i can relate to you when you say that you used to draw pretty, thin, fair, anime boys from japan 'cause lets face it, thats where we all start when we fall head-first into the brilliantly delicious world of yaoi. and then when we grow up we see the reality and how it should really be; the little details that we were blind to but see clearly now. and theres nothing wrong with that.
infact, its a great thing; to grow up and know what you really are.
as young teens yes we all spin stories we aspire to finish but not all of them make it in the future 'cause we grow to see they were slightly naive or not upto the standard we set for ourselves.
if anything, the fact that Yayoi is not what you want to do, is a good reminder that you have matured and now you know what you are really into and what you can really do as an artist!
you have a beautiful style and a really good understanding of colour palettes and i hope you develop on them much more and become even better than you are now!
in the end, we all are humans and we are entitled to realising things.
so its OK. REALLY! :D

thank you for the little of Yayaoi you have done 'cause it is still beautiful and a wonderful read.
hope to see more works from you that you are comfortable with; theres nothing more awesome and satisfying than doing what you love and that which comes naturally :)

keep rocking!
ekkaterinna
December 27th, 2016
Thank YOU
I remember reading the original Yayoi back when you had just gotten started with it (feels like ages ago, man). Honestly, I was pretty surprised when you decided to redo it, that decision in itself is not an easy one to make, trying to reinvent yourself is never easy.

But I feel like Yayoi was a stepping stone for you, and it was important and it helped you develop as an artist. It's natural and perhaps even expected that you wouldn't stay stuck in the same story forever. If anything, I can say I'm sorta... glad, you're doing this? I always admired your art and Yayoi, but as you said I feel like you could do so much better. It always felt like you were stuck on Yayoi before, so perhaps it's better that you managed to cut it off and reinvent yourself. And this couldn't have been easy since this comic has been with you for so long.

In any case, I'm rambling, but I'm looking forwards to anything you choose to make in the future. You have so much potential in storytelling and your art, and I hope that because of your growth you can create something you love to work on at some point. I know you can create something meaningful and something you'll be proud of, so don't be sorry, okay? Without Yayoi, you wouldn't be where you are now, but that doesn't mean you owe this story your future as an artist and storyteller.

Anyway, once again, looking forwards to anything you'll do from now. I'm happy to have been part of Yayoi, and I hope you don't regret it just because it didn't turn out the way you wanted it to. Good luck in the future!