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2024-04-09 30:45

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※LaLa5月号の読者アンケート締切は明日10日です!

ここ数日でいただいていたコメントなどをご紹介しています。

 

Xでリコロンこと辻田りり子先生が描いてくれた思い出マンガはこちら

辻田りり子先生のnoteはこちら

雪さんことふじつか雪先生が我が家に遊びに来てくれた投稿はこちら

あと、今更ですがひろひろしさんも…!ありがとうございます…!

 

おたよりフォームからいただいた話題、こちらが参考記事ですね

漫画家の著作権を守るAI

作家本人の絵柄のみを学習させる「ピュアモデルAI」を使ったマンガ制作の取り組みを発表

先に記事読んでおけばよかった…まさに欲しいと言っていた内容に近かった…!ネームや下書きさえ描けばあとは仕上げてくれるスタイル。でも実際の先生方の作例を見たときに、どうしても最後まで先生の力で仕上げられたものを見たいという欲求もあるな…とは思ったので、作家が求めるもの、読者に求められるものの見極めは大事だろうなと感じます。

 

明日がアンケート締め切り日というわけで、最後にもう一度宣伝動画貼り付けておきます。

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Summary

The host reports on the progress of their voice diary and the messages received on Instagram with the hashtag Kyoso Silent. A discussion about manga and the importance of reading works by fellow artists is taking place. The hosts are sharing their experiences with social media platforms and expressing their lack of interest in meeting new people online. They are also discussing AI's role in art and the challenges it presents, as well as the potential for artists to combine AI-generated ideas with their own creativity.

00:00
Speaker 1
I'm Fujiwara Hiro, and I'm here on April 9th.
I'm here to report on the progress of my voice diary.
Well, not progress, but I'm here to report on my voice diary.
I'm also wearing a hat.
Tomorrow is the 10th, so I'm going to record my voice diary before the deadline for the May Lala questionnaire.
Yes.
Well, actually, I forgot to introduce you to the messages I got.
Yes.
Messages on Instagram
Speaker 1
Well, there's someone on Instagram who's tweeting with the hashtag Kyoso Silent.
I didn't notice it for a while.
I haven't searched for hashtags on Instagram much.
Yeah.
So he tweeted more than a week ago.
I don't know his account name.
09lovemasochist19さん
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Speaker 2
Yes.
Speaker 1
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
Speaker 2
Yes.
Speaker 1
Yes.
Speaker 2
Yes.
Speaker 1
Yes.
Yes.
Yes, thank you very much.
Speaker 2
I forgot what time it was.
Speaker 1
It was said on the Internet that it was until the date was changed.
Speaker 2
April 10th.
Speaker 1
Yes, it is valid until April 10th.
Yes.
Speaker 2
Thank you very much if there is anyone who wrote a questionnaire.
Speaker 1
Thank you very much.
Speaker 2
Where is it?
Speaker 1
Yes.
There are a lot of favorite scenes, but I really like the contrast between the angry mark and the note mark on the bottom right of page 155.
Also, I like the last line, which seems to express everyone's feelings.
I want to see the future of the two, but I'm really curious about Jack's foreplay, so I want to see it.
I also like the expression of the hat.
Speaker 2
Is that a new song?
Speaker 1
I wonder if it's a new song.
I wonder if it's Hironan.
Speaker 2
Did you talk to Mr. Hashii of Hironan?
Speaker 1
Yes, I think so.
It seems that you are pursuing various things.
Yes.
Thank you very much.
Speaker 2
Thank you very much.
Speaker 1
Yes.
Feedback from Fans
Speaker 1
Next, Mimi.
It was very interesting.
The promotional video was also very nice.
By all means, I would like to read the continuation.
This is probably a man.
There was a man who had a close debut as Mr. Oto, the author of Hanayume.
Yes.
I wonder if he saw Kyoso Silent on his retweet.
There are two transformations.
Yes.
Thank you very much.
I personally enjoyed making the promotional video, so I'm glad you watched it.
Next, Mr. Nakamura.
I was surprised that there was a connection.
This is definitely a comment about reading Rikoran's manga.
Speaker 2
It's a manga on Twitter.
Speaker 1
Yes.
There was a connection.
If you don't follow SNS, you won't know what's going on between the authors.
Speaker 2
You may not know unless you follow both.
Speaker 1
That's right.
If you think Kyoso Silent is very interesting, you can read it now, so I hope you will read it.
Yes.
Next.
I don't know what it's about, but I guess it's something.
Yes.
I was shaken by the sudden appearance of President Ahmed in TL.
I love it so much that I have all the manga.
It's my youth at 20.
I learned about the new work, so I will definitely read it.
I will continue to support you.
Thank you very much.
Did you read it when you were 20?
Speaker 2
I don't think so.
But I have all the volumes.
Speaker 1
Yes.
Thank you very much.
Recommendation to Read
Speaker 1
I would be happy if you could read it.
I think you can still get it on the Internet.
Thank you very much.
Do you have anything to say about the manga on Twitter?
Speaker 2
No, it's a countermeasure.
I think it took a lot of time this time as well.
Speaker 1
Really.
I don't know how many people it took.
But I was happy to get it.
Speaker 2
It was fun.
Do you have any memories of coming back to get it?
Speaker 1
Yes.
I don't lie.
I'm really happy.
Speaker 2
You're the one who's pushing yourself.
You're telling other assistants what you're here to do.
You're pushing yourself.
You know what you're doing.
Speaker 1
Of course I know.
It's really amazing.
By the way, you can read the manga on Twitter.
I'd like you to read it, so I'll put it in the summary section.
Speaker 2
This time, I wrote about my memories with Mr. Fujiwara.
You posted a postcard-like manga on your notebook.
Speaker 1
That's right.
Speaker 2
It's like a comic book.
Speaker 1
I'm so excited.
I'm so excited about all the postcards I've written.
Speaker 2
Even in the text.
I've seen it a lot in the manga.
Discussion about manga and reading other artists' works
Speaker 1
I think there's a rare momentum in the style of advertising with all your might.
It's like a writer or a seller.
The stance is like a professional in promotion.
It may not be like that, but it's not just like, thank you.
It's a really hot call.
Speaker 2
You're putting in a lot of effort.
I really want you to read the new work I'm working on.
I saw the trailer.
Speaker 1
I was wondering if it was already.
Speaker 2
I'm curious.
Speaker 1
I'm looking forward to next month's issue.
Of course, I'm curious about the main story.
There's going to be a special read-through for the next DX.
Speaker 2
That's right.
Speaker 1
It was supposed to be DX.
It's about Tsubaki, the hero and heroine of Koida Naidano.
I'm working on it.
It's a lot of work.
It's a lot of work.
It was supposed to be a light read-through.
Rikoron put in a lot of effort.
Speaker 2
The page isn't that light, is it?
Speaker 1
It was supposed to be a light page at first, but he put in 40 pages.
It's like a self-promotion.
Speaker 2
I'm sure you had a time like that, too.
Speaker 1
I didn't write more pages than I was told.
Speaker 2
It's like a light read-through during a serialization.
Speaker 1
That's what I was told.
I had to do my best.
I think it's great that Rikoron is doing it in real time.
I want you to do your best, but I don't want you to overdo it.
I'm glad I didn't have to write a useless essay.
Speaker 2
I'm grateful for that.
Speaker 1
I'm really happy.
I'm really happy, but I don't know if it's the right time to do that.
But I'm really happy.
That's how much he wrote and promoted it.
I'm sorry, but I'm really grateful.
Speaker 2
I don't know if it's a gag or a serious reading.
Speaker 1
I think they're all serious.
I'm not kidding.
I see.
Most of the time, the face is interesting.
The face is like that.
I'd like you to read Rikoron's manga.
That's what I wanted to say.
Speaker 2
I don't have anything to do with the story.
I'm reading Yuki Fujitsuka's manga.
Speaker 1
She came to see me the other day.
Speaker 2
It's a manga that I can read with a calm mind.
It's a manga that I can read with a calm mind.
What do you mean?
It's mainly about cooking and college life.
It's a manga that I can read with a very calm mind.
Speaker 1
It's a manga that doesn't have that kind of chaos.
Speaker 2
It's different from everyday life.
Because everyday life is the stage.
Speaker 1
I'm basically happy.
It's a soft story.
It's good.
Speaker 2
It's a little different, but I can read it in a close-up.
The content is completely different.
Speaker 1
I can read it no matter how I feel.
It's interesting.
Speaker 2
I don't cook at all.
I don't know the joy of eating.
Speaker 1
The manga is also very interesting.
Even if you're not interested in cooking.
It's amazing.
Speaker 2
I'm reading the works of people I know.
I've met other teachers before.
I thought it was a little mixed up.
I should have done it.
It's a little late to do that now.
I didn't even publish it at the time.
Speaker 1
I don't think you should die so much.
Speaker 2
I thought it was rude to meet you.
I should have met you after I read it this time.
Speaker 1
That's great.
This is how I feel as a manga artist.
I don't read that much.
Compared to the people who read it.
I don't read it, so I don't read it at parties.
Even if I'm at a bar where writers gather.
There are a lot of things I haven't read.
When I was a newcomer.
If I didn't read it, it would be rude.
I couldn't talk to you.
But if I go to a party every year.
I can't read it.
There's a sense of empathy between writers.
Speaker 2
Can I talk to you?
Speaker 1
No, no.
It's like a friend from a friend.
I'm going to get angry if I don't read it.
I've never read it, but I'm sorry.
I'm very angry.
I know your name.
That's right.
Speaker 1
Some people don't have time to read it.
It's too wide.
It's not like you can just read what you like.
If we're writers, I don't have to worry about it.
I can understand the feeling that it's rude to read it.
Speaker 2
I don't know.
I don't know anyone who is close to you.
I don't know anyone who comes to my house to play.
Online Communication
Speaker 1
I think you're a great person.
I think there are a lot of people who don't care about that.
Speaker 2
I don't care if I don't meet you.
I'll meet you and talk to you.
Speaker 1
I don't care if I meet you and talk to you.
That's why I happen to be at home.
Speaker 2
I'm with my husband over there.
Speaker 1
I'm with my husband over there.
Speaker 2
I don't think my husband has read it.
Speaker 1
I don't think my husband has read it.
It's a very flat feeling.
Nice to meet you.
Speaker 2
In the first place, I may not have read a girl's manga.
Speaker 1
You're like that, too.
Speaker 2
I don't know what that is.
It's a different stance.
It's a different stance.
I didn't make an account.
I didn't make an account.
I didn't have an account when I met the teachers before.
Speaker 1
I didn't have an account when I met the teachers before.
It's like you're taking responsibility.
Speaker 2
I don't say responsibility.
I don't say responsibility.
Speaker 1
I think it's a good opportunity to touch on various works.
I think it's a good opportunity to touch on various works.
I don't know much about girl's manga.
I don't know much about girl's manga.
Speaker 2
I don't feel responsible for it.
I don't feel responsible for it.
Speaker 1
I thought I'd read it if I had the opportunity.
Speaker 2
I read all the manga after May.
I read all the manga after May.
Speaker 1
I thought I'd write a questionnaire.
I think it's a good opportunity.
Speaker 2
I think there are several manga that I'll read in the future.
Speaker 1
I think there are several manga that I'll read in the future.
I'm glad to have met you.
Speaker 2
I'm glad to have met you.
I'm glad to have met you.
Speaker 1
I think it's nice to meet interesting people.
I'm glad to have met you.
I'm glad to have met you.
AI in Manga Creation
Speaker 1
Is that all?
Can I say something else?
I have a message from the mail form
I have a message from the mail form
I have a message from the mail form
Sato Michiko, director of the Japanese manga association, was the first anime creator to publicize pure model AI when learning only the paintings of the original author.
Ajiich Monme, also known as Kurata Yoshimi, was one of the members, and is he a reporter for the anime, maybe?
I'm not familiar with the original article, so I don't have a clue.
Did you know?
Speaker 2
I don't know anything about it. I don't know much about Mid-Journey or anything like that.
Speaker 1
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
I think this is about drawing patterns.
I think it's about making people learn how to draw patterns.
So the AI draws the characters, right?
Speaker 2
I don't know if it's just the characters.
Speaker 1
Well, as an assistant,
I think it's only when I get a mob to draw a picture of me.
I don't have that many requests to draw pictures of me.
At the moment, I asked an assistant to draw a picture of me.
It's not like I can't draw if it's not that person.
It's not like I have that kind of habit.
I don't think it has anything to do with the AI.
Speaker 2
Oh, you mean me?
Speaker 1
Yeah, me.
Speaker 2
I think I talked about Takao Saito.
Speaker 1
And I talked about the characters, too.
Speaker 2
The assistant did everything.
Speaker 1
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
Maybe that's what it is.
What I expect from AI is...
I'd be happy if it could be an AI that can spell my name.
In that sense, I'm grateful for AI regardless of the assistant.
Speaker 2
Is that a drawing?
It's a drawing.
Do you mean you draw your own name?
Speaker 1
That's right.
I'd like an AI to learn a rough picture of my name from an AI.
And I'd like an AI to learn the costumes and expressions of the characters.
I think I'd use it a lot if there was an AI that could spell my name beautifully.
But when it comes to backgrounds, I think there's still a long way to go before AI can do that.
The background that AI creates at this point is a mess without a lot of instruction.
There's a perspective, and there's an impossible structure.
Speaker 2
But it's hard to match the scene, right?
Speaker 1
It's hard.
Speaker 2
If you just need a background, you can make it.
Speaker 1
Especially if it's a work that has a specific age and location like this one,
I think it's going to take a lot of reworking to get the background I want.
AI in Art
Speaker 1
I think it's going to be a job without instructions.
If that's the case, I think it's faster to look at the picture and write it down on my own.
If it's going to be very precise, I think it's going to be a time when you don't need an assistant.
There are a lot of complex problems with AI.
I think we need to solve them and develop them.
In that sense, I think it's very likely to be useful.
Speaker 2
I don't know what's going to happen in the future, but for now, AI is selling randomness.
It's hard to get what you want to do done and draw it.
You might be able to choose something good and use it, but it's hard to get close to what you want to draw.
I think it's difficult.
Speaker 1
I think there are a lot of things you can see that have been done.
I think an artist who uses AI will grow as a different ability.
I think you need a different ability from someone who has been thinking about it from the beginning.
It's like combining what AI has come up with and drawing with originality.
Speaker 2
I think you can do something like that.
Speaker 1
I think there are more artists who clearly want to do this.
I don't think it's strange for an artist to combine what AI has come up with.
I think it's going to be a world where there is a certain demand and supply.
But I think making a manga with AI is a very frustrating task at the moment.
It's faster to draw it yourself.
It depends on how much AI comes out of what you've come up with.
There are a lot of problems in the first place.
You have to make a judgment about whether what AI has come up with is clear and usable.
I think it's still difficult.
Do you have a hat?
No.
Reminder and PR Video
Speaker 1
It's been a while, but today is the 9th and tomorrow is the 10th.
If you haven't read Lala May 5 or haven't submitted a survey yet, I'd appreciate it if you could hurry up.
If you feel like it, I'll remind you.
Speaker 2
By the way, I'll post a PR video on YouTube.
Speaker 1
I'll post a PR video in the summary section.
Speaker 2
By the way, Hirohiro also wrote a survey in her diary.
Speaker 1
Thank you.
Speaker 2
I don't think you've heard it.
I commented on it.
Speaker 1
I didn't realize it until you mentioned it.
There are a lot of people who are busy doing what they want to do.
Speaker 2
I'm sorry to say that I sometimes read and listen to it.
Speaker 1
Thank you, Hirohiro.
Thank you for your time.
30:45

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言及、コメントいただきありがとうございます😊 いやぁそんなにマンガ詳しい訳でもないので、ひっそりと片隅で読んでアンケート出しておりましたので、むしろ気づかれなくてよかったんです(笑)でもありがとうございます😊藤原先生のアツい画力を堪能できて、あれだけで550円払う価値はありましたねぇ😌次も楽しみにしております〜✨

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