Blue Period’s Yatora Yaguchi is on a learning curve in the art world, but being more vulnerable also helps the protagonist’s art.
Kodoani.com -Yatora Yaguchi has been working hard to improve herself as an artist in Blue Periodand come Episode 6, the guy is definitely feeling more comfortable in the art field. Through insightful advice from both high school art teachers and preparatory school teachers, Yatora is learning about various elements such as materials and composition to make better use of the available tools. to create your own work of art. However, Yatora seems to respond to a different kind of instruction in a more effective way – through social interaction.
Yatora was always popular in school, but he was never really open and vulnerable with his peers. Now that Yatora spends his time with the arts, he’s increasingly open to making new friends and starting to develop relationships.
In Episode 6 of Blue Period, Yatora receives an unexpected phone call from a student from the same school as Yotasuke. To their surprise, their last conversation had Yotasuke telling Yatora that he didn’t like him at all. So when he invited Yatora to the temple to celebrate the new year, Yatora was surprised but also went along. During their time together, Yotasuke said exactly why he didn’t like Yatora, and this led Yatora to confess why he really likes and respects Yotasuke – because Yotasuke is an artist. potentially insane.
Later in the episode, he spends some time with Maki, another talented artist in his prep school. She’s open with him, brutally honest in the way she sees other people dealing with the stress of getting into art colleges. Although it’s annoying for Yatora to be around someone who’s just so open, he responds kindly, and they seem to get along really well. He then learns of the pressure Maki puts on herself due to her sister’s artistic success, and he helps put the situation into perspective by explaining how to use people as a guide. Guide to improving yourself as an artist can be really helpful.
While these social interactions are helping Yatora become a better person, it is also helping him become a better artist. By seeing that even talented artists go through struggles, he is able to divide his own problems to help them solve them. By learning how to do that, Yatora can apply the same technique for constant exposure to new skills. As she spends more time with her peers, Yatora is able to understand skills faster and becomes more open to learning about all different aspects of art.
It might have been a coincidence, but as Yatora spends more time with his peers, he gets better at it as an artist. Of course, it’s well known that vulnerability helps create better, more engaging works of art, so it’s no surprise that his skills increase as his social interactions grow. it increased. Perhaps Yatora needs this as much as he needs technical skills to create great artwork.