Sunday, September 27, 2015

Stuff We Love: DBZ, Scooby Doo, Studio Ghibli and more!

People who love animation, are very often very creative themselves. So it is that fans like you create beautiful artwork, cosplay, videosmusic and more inspired by their favourite animation and characters. We wanted to have a place to regularly highlight this and some of the other fantastic animation-related stuff that doesn't quite fit anywhere else on the site. Welcome to another instalment of Stuff We Love.

If you're an artist, cosplayer or creator who would like to feature in a future edition, drop us an email.



We've seen Studio Ghibli art done in Pixel art style before, but this video brings it to life in a particularly charming way. Featuring characters from Miyazaki films racing to meet their creator, it's a lovely piece of work from Pixel Fantasy. It even has a chiptune version of the Spirited Away music!



Hayao Miyazaki Tribute "Pixel Art" from whoispablo on Vimeo.




Check out these fantastic Art Deco style Disney Posters from David G Ferroro- see all 12 on his website!




Cosplayer Megan Coffey makes a bad-ass Gender-swapped Vegeta (from Dragon Ball Z). [Via Daily Cosplay].



French artist and animator Yoann Hervo has made this very strange version of The Simpsons opening titles. It's not quite like anything you've seen before but it's strangely brilliant.



Hot Topic are now selling this Sailor Moon dress.



Super cute How To Train Your Dragon fan-art (inspired by Calvin and Hobbes!) from the super-talented artist Sharkie19.




A talented team of fans are making a CG tribute to Dragon Ball Z and it's looking seriously impressive. Check out this test footage and you'll surely want to see more!


Eve Beauregard as Daphne from Scooby Doo as you've never seen her before. Check out the rest of the (possibly NSFW) set here.



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