Eren Jaeger, of Shingeki no Kyojin, is a character that has had a very peculiar evolution. He started out as the hero of the story, and won the appreciation of many fans. But everything that has happened led him to a destination which he never expected.
Will your followers feel the same appreciation they did before? Only they know that, but it cannot be said that it has ceased to be popular. This is why there are so many of arts based on this character.
Eren Jaeger hizo historia en Shingeki no Kyojin
But the one we share with you now is a bit different. It is a contribution of animesketchart2020, which for a long time is dedicated to doing alternate versions of different characters.
This is as if they were drawn by other authors. So he did that task again, and you can see it in the image that accompanies this note.
The first layout found in the top row is as if They were was drawn by himself Hajime Isayama.
The latter is the creator of Shingeki no Kyojin. The following drawing is inspired by the style of Masashi Kishimoto, author of Naruto, and gave him an appearance in the style of a member of Akatsuki.
It is something that fits very well They were. The third design in this row is inspired by the style of Kohei Horikoshi, responsible of My Hero Academia. In a way, it reminds a little of Aizawa-sensei, although he does not have such a sleepy expression.
Eren in the style of Naruto, Bleach and even Dr. Stone
In the second row it shows it as a shinigami, as if he had drawn it himself Tite Kubo, responsible of Bleach. It has an ‘air’ in the style of the infamous Aizen, but also a bit of Grimmjow.
The one in the middle is a of art own animesketchart2020. The third shows Eren Jaeger as if i had drawn it Boichi, the official manga artist of Dr. Stone, and remember a little Tsukasa Shishio, although with another hairstyle.
In the third and last row, the appearance of They were of Shingeki no Kyojin It is similar to if I had designed it Koyoharu Gotouge of Kimetsu no Yaiba, as one of the Pillars of the series.
The one that follows looks like Jotaro Kujo of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure of Hirohiko Araki. To top it off, the last one is like a character from Studio Ghibli. Maybe it didn’t turn out as well as it should, but at least you get the idea with this style.