>being a contrarian about marching drums
>on a Japanese-American imageboard about anime
That's like crying about people using Mizuno equipment in sports.
Also, still waiting for someone to draw Mizuno Ami from Sailor Moon in full catcher gear sitting behind the plate.
Excuse me, miss.
You need to blow at least 25% of the flute hole, not at 5% of it.
as an Asian left-hander, she held her spoon properly in her right hand, if not a bit too near the edge, but to each his own.
However that is NOT the correct way to hold chopsticks, even if you're left handed. Seriously, how are you going to pivot the chopsticks at the right angle to grab anything? the lower stick isn't steady enough stand the weight of the food, the upper stick isn't flexible enough to manipulate items onto the optimum position for a proper grip. Whoever this is, he/she needs to go to a proper Cutlery School and get fuckin educate in Chopstick Holding Posture 101, maybe even remedial lessons in Bib Choices, because Yamaha makes horrible bibs.
Ok, this is much better lips position.
However, flutists never sit straight directly, they need to slightly bend sideway to accomodate the length of flute.
Yamaha makes a lot of instruments. More at 11.
I wonder if we'll at least see a greater variety in brands, though, or if it will continue in being BUY YAMAHA INSTRUMENTS. Putting some detail on counterweights or some etching on the bells of the brass would make for a nice touch. Wouldn't be unthinkable for KyoAni.