A new video shows how a Japanese artist transformed a demon slayer features in a highly detailed masterpiece that rivals even the most expensive scale statues.
The video is from the YouTube Figure Brush Painting Channel [Maman] and documents how a talented artist managed to transform a relatively simple Ichibankuji figurine (a type of collectible statue frequently offered in Japanese stores and arcades as gifts or raffle prizes) into an incredibly detailed centerpiece that looks like it’s been pulled from a manga or animation cellulo page. The Sound Hashira figurine was given to the artist as a surprise at the start of the video. Using simple hand-applied model paint, the YouTuber explains how they enhance the collectible, including how they add new details to the figure, such as the veins on Tengen Uzui’s arms , and how they are able to recreate the shading and coloring from the anime series. style on a three-dimensional figure.
More videos and tutorials on Mom’s painting process can be seen on their Youtube channel. In addition to their recreation of demon slayer’The artist’s most flamboyant Hashira, the artist also enhanced the figures of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, Dragon Ball Z, One Piece, Neon Genesis Evangelionand even attempted to create his own action figures from scratch.
The Tengen Uzui character was first introduced in demon slayerHashira Reunion arc. Like many other Hashira, who are the highest ranked warriors in the Demon Slayer Corps, Uzui is initially hostile towards the protagonist Tanjiro Kamado and his demonic sister Nezuko, but over the course of the series a mutual respect develops between the self-proclaimed. “flaming” ninja and the Kamado siblings. He plays a key role in the events of the Entertainment District arc, where the Hashira and his trio of wives team up with Tanjiro, Zenitsu, Inosuke, and Nezuko to take out the upper-ranking members of the twelve Kizuki, Daki, and Gyutaro. The arc is one of the most acclaimed parts of the original demon slayer manga, and served as the basis for most of the anime series’ second season, which was praised for Ufotable studio’s quality animation and action choreography.
Demon Slayer: Kimetsu No Yaiba was created by Kotoharu Gotouge and first published in Weekly Shonen Jump in 2016. The complete manga series is now available in English from VIZ Media. The first two seasons of the anime are now available to stream from Crunchyroll and Hulu. A third season, which will adapt the Swordsmith Village arc, has been confirmed to be in production but currently has no premiere date.
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