The sport bible has published a special edition of its annual “Gacha Life” feature, which will run until October 15.
The cover features a drawing by the young Japanese man, named Takashi, who has been drawing and sharing it on social media for the past two years.
In the first Gacha Life, Takashi drew a drawing of a child who’s still alive, and it’s been shared more than 40,000 times.
He told The Sport Biblically that he had been drawing for his entire life, and was very aware that he would draw it once in a while, but had no idea what to draw next.
“I’m not sure if I would draw again in my lifetime,” he said.
“I didn’t really have a sense of what I should draw or what to put in my art.
Takashi’s drawing is not just about drawing.
It’s about understanding and feeling.”
He said the inspiration for the drawing came from his friends’ lives and how they were all living life to the fullest.
“In my drawing, I want to draw someone who is still alive.
I don’t want to be a dead person,” he added.
There are currently 10 drawing competitions in Japan that are open to artists of all ages, with the winner getting to draw the core.