Between ‘Bleach’, ‘Chainsaw Man’, ‘Mob Psycho 100’ and the nonsense of anime that premiered last fall, it is normal that I would not give my life to bring them up to date or to see all the ones that came to us.
So in the middle of all these series of aúpa, somewhat buried among all these action series, he stayed ‘Do It Yourself!’a very simple high school anime but that leaves your heart warm (and makes you want to get down to work)
Lots of love, whatever I do
‘Do It Yourself!‘ is an original series directed by kazuhiro yoneada for Pine Jam, the studio of ‘Kubo Won’t Let Me Be Invisible’, and we can already see it in full on Crunchyroll. It is the second original story of the study, and in this case it focuses on the DIY club of the Gatagata Institute.
Serufu Yua She’s quite the boss and accidents often happen around her, but she ends up joining the nearly defunct DIY and carpentry club. Although at first she is not very good at screwing and assembling furniture, she begins to recruit more colleagues to keep the club afloat, in addition to They begin to realize that friendships and building things have a lot in common.
The main focus of the story is the relationship between Serufu and her friend Miku, with whom he has been estranged lately. But Serufu realizes that DIY can also be used to fix other things besides furniture and it’s very cute to see how the relationship between the two is mending and a small group is forming around the club.
‘Do It Yourself! It is a charming slice of life anime without too many pretensions. You quickly enter the rag of the story and introduce us to the characters in a simple and very natural way, without it getting heavy. Is endearing and funnywith the right doses of drama so as not to make our day sour because above all we have come to have a good time.
The animation also accompanies all this tone, with very cheerful pastel tones and some watercolor textures that fit perfectly with the story. And without a doubt, one of the strengths of the series and that also gives it a lot of life to keep us hooked is attention to detail when the characters get into their club jobs on fire.
Even if we have never picked up a screwdriver in life, ‘Do It Yourself!’ introduces you to all kinds of crafts with love, and it shows so much all the love that the characters (and the creators) feel for everything they do. Despite the simple visual style, there’s a lot of care and precious attention to detail that shines through in these moments and at times it even feels like you’re watching a proper tutorial.
Of course, ‘Do It Yourself!’ It is not going to change your life and it has a somewhat hasty ending to leave everything closed in only twelve chapters, but it is a fun and endearing anime that is perfect to relax and have a good evening. And yes, also to make you want to wear those ñapas at home that you have been putting aside for so long.