Think horses are only a small part of anime, manga, and games? I say thee neigh. On this week's Fanart Friday, check out fan-made masterpieces of eminent equines (and equine-like creatures) from Fist of the North Star, A Centaur's Life, Bleach, Shadow of the Colossus and much more!
Here's a solid dose of Saturday morning creativity for ya. The AWE me YouTube channel recently posted a video showing the process of turning King Hippo from Mike Tyson's Punch Out!! into some eye-popping 3D chalk art. Watch how it was done in the quick time-lapse clip after the jump.
Have you checked out Hozuki no Reitetsu yet? Have you noticed the strange plant called Kingyosou (Goldfish Flower) that Hozuki grows as his hobby? There are now some new art pieces that are recreating the Kingyosou popping up on Japanese Twitter and one of them even reached Hiroki Yasumoto, the baritone voice of Hozuki himself. See the fishy art after the jump!
Fanart Friday has no overtly distinguishing features, gets average grades, and just wants to live the life of a normal high school student... like almost every character in this installment. Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces from Oreimo, Little Busters, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Love Hina and much more!
Fanart Friday is all about following the rules, especially if there's some minor technicality to exploit. This week, check out how far anime and manga (and actual games) will go, featuring fan-made masterpieces from Cardfight!! Vanguard, Kaiji, Magic: The Gathering, Pokémon and much more!
Fanart Friday is strapped in and ready for takeoff! This week, it's all out there in outer space, human and alien and human-looking alien alike! Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces from Galaxy Express 999, Sailor Moon, Legend of the Galactic Heroes, Gurren-Lagann and much more!
When a notable manga author posts a sketch on Twitter, it generally gets 2,000-10,000 retweets. Fairy Tail creator Hiro Mashima's New Year pic got a few hundred shy of 7,000. Artist Soraria introduced a series of violent couple's "what happened next" sequence, and the first got a whopping 55,000 retweets. Get a look after the jump.
For the first week of every year, Fanart Friday takes a trip through CR's anime library! Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces from Strike the Blood, Log Horizon, Free!, The World God Only Knows, and much more!
Family is a blessing and a curse, and this week's Fanart Friday is all about the people you're stuck with, whether you're related to 'em or not! Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces from Kyousougiga, Gintama, Clannad, Space Brothers and much more!
Fanart Friday may have a lot of coal to clean out of the stocking next week, but it was worth it! Hit the jump to check out jolly fan-made masterpieces in the Christmas spirit featuring your favorite characters from Ouran High School Host Club, The Legend of Zelda, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Slam Dunk and much more!
Among anime fans, it's harder to find someone into actual sports than it is to find fans of sports anime and manga! Hit the jump to check out fan-made masterpieces from Kuroko's Basketball, Hajime no Ippo, Initial D, Teekyu, and much more!
The author of Kuroshitsuji, Yana Toboso will have a special exhibition to celebrate the 10th anniversary of her work in Ikebukuro in January, 2014. The exhibit will feature her most well-known work, Kuroshitsuji. Besides the original art exhibition, the original collaboration jewelry developed with Yoshiko Creation Paris will also be on sale and the original doll designed by Toboso will also be displayed. More after the jump!
We previously reported on this talented manga artist and illustrator by the name TAKUMI and he keeps posting amazing work! He recently posted his version of a One Piece work that you do not want to miss. He also posted a wickedly charming Santa Claus illustration inspired by Jojo's Bizarre Adventure in time for the holidays. See both works after the jump!
Winter is coming (or is, um... already here) and Fanart Friday is more than prepared! Bundle up and hit the jump to check out wintry fan-made masterpieces from Gintama, K-ON!, Attack on Titan, RWBY and much more!
Artist and robot fan Scott Park’s new work, “Synthespians,” lines up 66 famous robots - including classic anime mixed in with all the sci-fi goodness. Check out the picture after the jump.