They've helped me during hard times, but also given me problems with daydreaming in class and at work. No matter the situation stories have always been probably the most important thing in my life. Something I just can't manage to be without.
I want to tell stories, many stories, and share them with the world. It is my hope that, after 50 years, there will be people who, when thinking back to magical and important things from their childhood, that they will think of a story I've told. To achieve this I need to tell many stories, to increase my experience and skill level.
This is why I started OMOiOMO.
OMOiOMO allows me to tell the stories that I feel are the most important, and in a way I feel is the most moving, without having to worry about how they will be perceived by publishers and the industry. It allows me to work in different styles and techniques to challenge myself as an artist and push myself to get better rather than having to have a "personal style" that's commercial.