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MangaBento's "Tomo-e-Ame": The first handful

July 7th, 2013

Tomo-e-Ame through the eyes of Cait Sith. Or someone behind Cait Sith with a camera, anyway.

It's summertime, which means it's time for what's become an annual ritual of sorts for me: visiting the Honolulu Museum of Art School and its second-floor gallery to chronicle MangaBento's exhibit and share what this group of anime- and manga-inspired artists created with the Intarwebz at large.

This year's exhibit, Tomo-e-Ame: Friends-Drawing-Candy, is up through the end of this week at the art school, located at 1111 Victoria St., just around the corner from the museum proper. In case you can't make it out there by then, though, no worries -- your friendly neighborhood anime/manga blogger is here to showcase all the exhibit highlights. And just like last year's roundup, it'll be presented in three parts. Part one, featuring the gallery layout itself, is in this post; parts 2 and 3, spotlighting the 3-D and 2-D pieces, respectively, will arrive later this week.

So! Let's get Flickr-ing! To start the slideshow, just press the "play" button in the middle of the frame below. Pause and restart using the button on the lower left. If you want a larger view, click on the icon on the lower right; in that full-screen view, you can also see the captions I've written for each picture (using the "Show Info" link) or slow down the automatic scrolling (using the "Options" link). Finally, if you're viewing this blog on an iOS device (iPad/iPod Touch) and can't view Flash plug-ins, or if you just want to skip all the slideshow fiddling and go straight to the gallery, here's the direct gallery link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/sumiyoshi/sets/72157634422614006/with/9099046928/

One Response to “MangaBento's "Tomo-e-Ame": The first handful”

  1. Otaku Ohana | Your anime / manga blogger’s clearing-house clearinghouse | Otaku Ohana | staradvertiser.com | Honolulu, Hawaii:

    […] the years -- "Kakimochi" in 2011 (part 1, part 2), "Nakamaboko" (part 1, part 2) and "Tomo-e-Ame" (part 1, part 2, part 3) -- expect a nice blend of 2-D and 3-D art in a variety of media, a giant mural in […]

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