Shingeki no Kyojin: Artist Creates a Hyperrealistic Version of the Beast Titan | Spaghetti Code

Shingeki no Kyojin continues to be one of the works that have gained the most popularity in recent years and is currently is broadcasting the second part of the last season, so the fans have seen how it has been awarded to Eren the power of the Founding Titan while we saw an internal struggle with his brother Zeke, the Beast Titan.

The story has taken an interesting turn, especially because the Beast Titan was betrayed by his brother, but an artist managed to recreate a fully bestial form of this character and the former Marley soldier is even shown to live in our reality.

Artist Bassem Wageeh shared a fairly realistic version of the Beast Titan, so we can imagine that’s what it would look like if Zeke Jaeger existed in real life and had the opportunity to transform.

Source: Bassem Wageeh

As you can see below, it is a quite scary version and quite similar to the anime, but the details of the face of the character are more appreciated. Titanlike the wrinkles that show their expressions, their small nose and pointed ears.

While the eyes have a touch of yellow, which causes the gaze to be more penetrating. But that’s not all, since he also shared another illustration in which the Beast Titan can be seen from Shingeki no Kyojin more complete.

Source: Bassem Wageeh

In this picture, I could appreciate a little more the shape of his body, all wrapped in brown fur, while on his face he has a smile, which gives a hint of maliceso it is not known what plans he has in mind.

Shingeki no Kyojin has shown us a little more about the relationship between Eren and Zekebut it seems that there is still more to see, despite the fact that there are very few chapters left before the second half of the final season ends. What do you think of this hyper-realistic illustration of Shingeki no Kyojin?

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