Fantastic Anime Characters from Father and Sons Trio
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Fantastic Anime Characters from Father and Sons Trio
18 August, 2017

A French anime artist Thomas Romain gives a better life to his sons’ drawings and turns them into amazing anime art!

Most father-sons duos spend their time playing kick-to-kick at the park, going to a football game or chilling out watching movies together. But Thomas has a special bond with his children and grew into something bigger – in what Thomas calls the Father & Sons Design Workshop with 44K followers on Instagram.

The original “artwork” may look a bit awkward, but Thomas’ imagination has no limits. He turns them into professionally drawn beasts, robots, super heroes and even shop attendants.

The production process looks quite simple:

First, the children create an original character or creature design on their own. They are free to draw whatever they want. 

Second, Thomas draws an illustration based on their ideas. The final results looks really cool, we only wish it would be 3d. 

Make sure to check out Father & Sons Design Workshop YouTube Channel, Instagram and support them on Patreon

 

Source: Manter.co

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