Valentine's Day inspires all sorts of anime-themed holiday art, both amateur and professional. Hit the jump to check out one fan-artist's dimension shattering Valentine's Day gift from Kotori Minami of Love Live! School Idol Project.
One Japanese fan's appreciation of Love Live! School Idol Project could last beyond the grave, or at least the stone tombstone carved with images of the members of μ's could. Hit the jump to check it out.
Some of the monsters from the world of Digimon are pretty cute. As fans have proven in the past, though, even the cutest fictional creature tends to look terrifying, or just plain creepy, in real life. DeviantArt user Lindsey Wakefield continues to explore that with her realistic Digimon art, which she recently added to with a more life-like version of Chibomon and Zurumon.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask fan project is quite the undertaking; perhaps you saw some footage from the in-progress HD recreation back in 2012. Artists Pablo Belmonte and Paco Martinez are still working on it, and you can see more of their impressive efforts in the video after the jump.
DeviantArt user arvalis has a few realistic Pokémon paintings online, and his latest Mewtwo piece was done in under two hours. That didn't keep it from serving as solid proof that Pokémon Snap would be absolutely terrifying in real life. See for yourself after the jump.
Ever wonder what professional sports would be like in the world of Pokémon? No? That's weird, it seems like something that should be on everyone's mind. Either way, artist Michah Coles has us covered with a batch of redesigns that put a Pokémon spin on NBA logos. Hit the jump to see 'em all.
The last week has given rise to bit of obvious genius on Japanese art portal Pixiv. Suitable for some awesome wallpapers, the hot trend of the moment in fanart is to draw characters trapped behind the glass of a smartphone. Check out the results after the jump.
The Lunch Bag Art tumblr is full of exactly what its name suggests. A dad draws on his kids' lunch bags during his own lunch breaks, and it's pretty great! Sometimes he even tackles anime, and his latest work features the menacing mug of one of Attack on Titan's towering monstrosities. Check it out after the jump.
Who doesn't love a sexy cartoon villain? Artist "J" recently added their hot take on Sleeping Beauty "Mistress of All Evil" Maleficent as the latest in their series of sexy make-overs of Disney's baddies. Get a look at this, plus Final Fantasy, InuYasha, Kenshin and more after the jump.
It's been in the works for a while, but LEGO builder Moko is finally able to show off his finished Neon Genesis Evangelion Eva Unit-01. The final build tops off at nearly four feet tall, and weighs in at 9.4 kg (20.7 pounds). Pics past the jump!
Fans never cease to amaze me. Adeeb Islam, a Singapore-based Ubisoft animator and garage kit sculptor, recently unveiled his latest work, and it's a doozy. His Final Fantasy VI sculpture features Sabin in the middle of thrashing on a tentacle in what Islam says is but one part of a series that will come together to form a boss battle diorama. Check it out after the jump.
You may recall the last time designer Human Aliens put together a mash-up of anime and streetwear, which resulted in the cast of Naruto mixing with a variety of fashion brands. Prior to that he used Dragon Ball Z as inspiration, and now he's back with a third set that puts Goten, Trunks, and their fused form in styles ranging from Supreme and A Bathing Ape to Valentino, HUF, and more. Peep it past the break.
Aaron Diaz, author of the Dresden Codak webcomic, was inspired enough by Anita Sarkeesian's "Tropes vs. Women" study that he came up with a pitch for a new twist on Nintendo's Zelda series. The Legend of Zelda: Clockwork Empire would put Zelda in the heroic spotlight as an "aspiring Battle-Mage," while Link is a noble, but oblivious, prince. Check it out after the jump.
Want to see the cast of Steins;Gate time travel the way we all do - one day at a time? Check out fan artwork of the gang ten years later after the jump.