I Draw R18 Manga In Japan – Chapter 1

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Chapter 1: Welcome to Tokoharu Apartment
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Do I still need the sense of shame?
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Shimizu Hakuseki looked at the brewed cup noodles, thinking about this problem seriously.
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After all, once he discarded his sense of shame, it was difficult to retrieve such a thing.
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And in this lifetime, Shimizu Hakuseki was still a good young boy with ideals and pursuits.
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"It's so easy to abandon your sense of shame, but I feel a little unwilling to do it."
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Hakuseki sat in front of the table and said to himself, "But the reality is so cruel that I always feel that I have no choice. Is this the so-called 'force young girls of good families to prostitute themselves'? Although I'm not a girl but a boy."
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Shimizu Hakuseki was actually not a person of this world. Due to an accident, he was reborn into Japan in a parallel world.
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In this world, it was 1974 now and he was 16 years old. At present, the biggest problem Shimizu Hakuseki was facing was that he had no money at all.
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The small room he lived in was very simple and the most valuable thing here was probably the box in the corner of the room, which was full of cup noodles. These cup noodles were the stock of Shimizu Hakuseki.
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With these cups of noodles, Shimizu Hakuseki could still hold up for a week. And after a week, he would have nothing to eat.
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The cup noodles stretched in the hot water, emitting a unique fragrance which could greatly attract people's appetite.
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In fact, this is not a difficult choice. After all, it is better than starving to death. Since it was necessary, it wasn't that difficult to give up his sense of shame.
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Anyway, he had to make money before the end of this week.
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In fact, Shimizu Hakuseki had been in trouble a month ago, but at that time, he had indescribable confidence in his identity as a time traveler, thinking, "I'm a time traveler, making money should be easy for me."
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With such an idea, Shimizu Hakuseki had continuously submitted his short stories to many magazines, but most of the magazines didn't even reply to him. Only the editor of one magazine wrote back to encourage Shimizu Hakuseki to continue on the road of creation, but the encouragement could not solve the problem he was facing now.
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There was also a piece of news that excited Shimizu Hakuseki. A small magazine decided to publish Shimizu Hakuseki's short story, but the editor clearly told him that the magazine's publications in the next six months had all been confirmed, so his short story was expected to be published six months later. According to the rules of the magazine, the magazine will send the contribution fee with the sample magazine only after the short story was already published, that was to say, Shimizu Hakuseki had to wait for half a year before he received his money.
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In retrospect, Shimizu Hakuseki had to admit that his original ideas were too naive, "submit stories to magazines" in fact was no big difference with "apply for a job", it was always difficult for new people to be recognized. It was normal to reject a manuscript from an unknown author. Editors are more likely to cooperate with old authors rather than new authors they don't know. Therefore, it was almost impossible to achieve rapid results by writing short stories. It would be better to go out and move bricks. At least, the people who went to move bricks were paid daily.
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However, if he really went to move bricks, no, he wasn’t really willing to do this. So in any case, Shimizu Hakuseki wanted to support himself using the money he earned from his art products.
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Even if he would lose his sense of shame, he would do it at all costs!
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"It seems that this is the only way. Sigh, I really don't want to do that…" With a sigh, Shimizu Hakuseki cleared the table, arranged the paper and various works of art, and then began his new creation.
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He wanted to draw manga.
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Is it feasible?
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After careful consideration, Shimizu Hakuseki thought that the feasibility was very high.
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Shimizu Hakuseki learned painting from an early age, so technically, he had painting skills, drawing manga was not a problem for him, but it was more difficult than writing short stories.
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Since it was hard to get quick pay for short stories, could he earn money quickly by drawing manga?
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It was hard to say, Shimizu Hakuseki estimated that if it was a general manga, he wasn't likely to earn quick money from it. The painting style of manga in this era was quite different from what Shimizu Hakuseki knew, since it was still 1974. Today, it was still the era of famous mangakas like Osamu Tezuka.
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Strangely, and fortunately, although it was a parallel world, a lot of mangakas he knew still existed.
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It was still very difficult to get recognition in a short time if he drew an ordinary manga.
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But, Shimizu Hakuseki wasn't going to draw an ordinary manga but an adult manga.
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He's going to abandon his morality and draw a pornographic manga!
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It was a decision made after deep thinking.
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No matter how the times changed, "men are lecherous" will never change. Actually, women are equally lustful but Shimizu Hakuseki wasn't going to draw a BL manga so he put this idea aside.
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What genre of manga will he draw?
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Of course, it will be a hentai manga that could make innocent teenagers ejaculate!
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After a while, Shimizu Hakuseki wrote the name of the manga "Welcome to Tokoharu Apartment" on the drawing paper.
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"I'm sorry, Mr. Yuumi, I really didn't mean to copy your artworks. Just as it happens, I’m living in an apartment also called 'Tokoharu' now." Shimizu Hakuseki murmured.
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First of all, Shimizu Hakuseki really didn't want to copy Yuumi's story. The original manga contained the plot of NTR. Now it was just 1974, Hakuseki was not sure whether the readers in this era could bear this.
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His cup noodles could only support his life for a week. This fight of abandoning his sense of shame was his final choice. He didn't want to risk testing the readers' tolerance.
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Although the plots of NTR were not poisonous in hentai stories… it was a pity, but there should still be opportunities in the future.
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In Shimizu Hakuseki's mind, the story of "Welcome to Tokoharu" was a little complicated. Its main line was a teenager who came to an apartment called Tokoharu, and found that the apartment manager of Tokoharu was a beautiful girl. When they saw each other, they fell in love with each other at once and he got laid. However, the apartment manager also had a sister who saw the whole "thing" they two were doing. Later, the protagonist and the apartment manager's sister also had a relationship and got laid. After that, the protagonist had relationships with the kouhai of his school, a matured woman who also lived in Tokoharu Apartment, and many other girls.
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(kouhai: junior or younger female schoolmate)
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The story had a variety of complex settings, but in a nutshell, it was a story of the male protagonist opening a harem in the apartment and got laid with a lot of women.
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However, it would be just an adult manga which did not need too many complicated plots. The only requirement of it was that the girls in the manga must be beautiful.
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And this was Shimizu Hakuseki’s advantage.
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In 1974, the mainstream painting style in Japanese manga was still simple picture like Doraemon. Most characters in the paintings were cute but couldn’t be described as beautiful. If it was a realistic manga, it was mostly to imitate American comic book, or draw nutrition from sketches, so the characters' bodies were still normal, rarely had the exaggerated body shape in the future mangas.
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In fact, from the perspective of painting style, it was difficult to say which style was better. Classical mangas could have cute characters, and realistic mangas were also popular with many people. It could only be said that the style was different, but if talking to adult mangas, then there was no doubt that the mangakas in the future would be better. In short, time was progressing, the mangas in the future were naturally more advanced.
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In 1974, the minds of young people were still relatively simple and pure.
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Then was the choice of painting style, such as Yuumi's painting style which was pretty good. The girls in Yuumi's mangas were always very cute, and the most important thing was that his painting style was relatively clean, and the colors were not too complicated. It was simple to imitate Yuumi’s painting style.
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The first chapter would contain 18 pages. In the first chapter, the protagonist decisively got laid with the apartment manager, and at the end of the story, the protagonist's sister peeped at them from outside of the door.
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Because the plot was simple, the most important scene was how the protagonist and the apartment manager "battle" on the bed. To Shimizu Hakuseki who had seen countless "artworks" in the future, it wasn't difficult at all. So his speed of painting was pretty fast, he completed the simple sketches for the first chapter and only spent one afternoon.
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After that, Shimizu Hakuseki enjoyed his dinner, of course, still cup noodles. After resting for a while, he continued to work hard.
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Because the story was very simple, after a mirror inspection, making a few modifications, Shimizu Hakuseki began to draw lines.
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This was the process of how to turn a rough draft into a line draft. This was a quite time-consuming and laborious process. A careful mangaka would spend three hours or more to complete the line drawing of a page, so many mangakas would let their assistants complete this process, but Shimizu Hakuseki could not even support himself now, so naturally, it was impossible for him to have an assistant.
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After dinner, Shimizu Hakuseki had almost buried his head on his desk. By the time he had finished the drawing of the pages, it was already 12 o'clock in the middle of the night.
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Shimizu Hakuseki stood up and moved his stiff body, but he did not feel any tiredness. On the contrary, he was somewhat excited, because in the story, the prelude story of the protagonist and the apartment manager had been completed. In the sixth page, the protagonist had pushed the apartment manager down on the bed.
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At the same time, the protagonist uttered a famous saying to the apartment manager, "Your mouth said no, but your body is honest!"
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And then it was on for the exciting "battle time"!
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How could he sleep at this time?!
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Feeling that his mental state was still very good, Shimizu Hakuseki decided to continue to work all night. Till morning, he finally tiredly put down the brush. After all night's work, he had completed the line draft. Half of the work of painting the first chapter had been completed.
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After checking his paintings, Shimizu Hakuseki nodded satisfactorily. He put down his brush and stretched himself. At this moment, he suddenly felt the rush of fatigue. He simply washed his face and ate a bowl of noodles. After that, he threw himself on the bed and instantly fell into the sweet dreamland.
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