Thank you so much Puella! as I said earlier in the thread, this is a pretty big interview, and it's mostly the info on this page that I was referring to.
Things have details. Clothes also. Since there’s cloth and thread, each material has a different surface. I want them to feel details as well between the lines in manga.
And I fancy that the panels in manga are windows leading to other worlds. As the windows allow us to peep on other worlds, there must be something over there. I also wanted to feel the layers of atmosphere as much as possible.
These are the highlights for me. I don't think we've ever gotten the philosophy behind his particular style of drawing before, and it's something I've always wanted an answer on. We had previously talked about how he is a perfectionist, and likely he does things to the best of his ability, hence the level of detail. But this interview gives us more specifics about how he wants readers to visualize and realize the world that he's created through the details in the drawings.It's like that because I draw humans. I should depict well what humans would do in this situation to make the story appealing.