So, the other day I saw this amazing photos of a custom Mazinger Z X Gundam model kit, and I just had to do something with it. It’s an obvious combination, and it just represents so well the japanese giant robot aesthetic.
The background is supposed to read “Super Real Robot” in katakana. Since my japanese skills are very limited, I hope I didn’t ruin that. Any correction is appreciated.
If you want a t-shirt you can check here. I ordered some samples from society6 and the overall quality was really nice.
Big Hero 6 was alright, not in the level of The Incredibles or anything but very enjoyable nonetheless. I did like the “mecha design” of Baymax, and the flying scenes were gorgeous.
As usual, a particular frame called my attention, so here it is with very basic colors. Hope you like it.
A couple of weeks ago I saw Godmars: The Movie, and while the pretty boy sibling angst didn’t do much for me, the mecha and overall vibe on the super robot side was solid, a great example of what’s great about the genre.
On top of that, and while I’m not a sakuga expert, there were a couple of shots very Kanada Style, which is my favorite thing ever.
So, I took a some frame captures, picked some dynamic poses, retraced the characters in Illustrator and colored in Photoshop.
Hope you guys like it.
The Marvel vs. Tatsunoko concept art by Shinkiro is probably the best rendition of Tatsunoko characters ever, with all due respect to the original creators.
Anyway, Cassharn and Eagle Ken look so badass that the combination of both ended up bringing Blue Falcon in a new light.
Let’s count him as the “sixth ranger type” of my imaginary Gatchaman OVA sequel.
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