Father Turns Sons' Doodles Into Beautiful Anime

March 23, 2017

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This is a series of collaboration pieces between father Thomas Romain, a French anime artist living in Tokyo, and his sons. His sons start by drawing whatever they want, then Thomas recreates the characters in his own anime style. The results are quite impressive, and I bet all the art on the fridge in their house is a sight to behold. My fridge? It's mostly covered in past-due bills and magnets for pizza delivery shops, some of which went out of business years ago but I still try calling when I'm drunk because you never know, maybe somebody's just been in a coma, and that was some damn good pizza. I'm a loyal customer.

Keep going for a bunch more, but keep an eye on Thomas's Twitter for future collaborations.

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Thanks to lizzy, who misses having her art displayed on the family fridge. Me too, lizzy, me too.

  • The Magnificent Newtboy

    So where's this anime he made of them?

  • Zachary Zarko

    Father: That's not a drawing, son. THIS is a drawing.
    Kid: You're a real dick, dad.
    Father: I know, son. I know.

  • Neros_downfall

    Which ones are the childs drawings?

  • Talon184

    Great drawings...both before and after versions!

  • Smeg

    Those kids have real talent already.

  • Jenness

    That's exactly what I was thinking. The befores are really cool.

  • Enkidu98

    Kids are now going to grow up to be special snowflakes. They need better parenting.

    http://www.thebestpageinthe...

  • Ollie Williams

    The snake one is the best, by far.

  • I do this with my son's drawings too! He loves it! :-)

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