One Piece: as would be Luffy and Nami in the other series?
One Piece by Eiichirō Oda is without a doubt one of the works in which the character design is more various and mutable, is that we talk about souls, whether we speak of the original manga, to the point that its fans often can see that the same Oda likes to present his characters in different styles of clothing, or even aged a few years.
Precisely because of this sort of malleability, the protagonists of this famous series for many years a rather popular among fans and artists who want to experiment with new styles using a basic pre-existing, and very famous.
Among all the various reinterpretations of the characters that animate the vividissimo the world created by the Master Eiichirō Oda, two particular sketches have recently become viral for their particular choices, that are for some funny reinterpretations of the character of Nami, and Luffy.
The artist LaffyTaffy404 has imagined how they might appear to Nami and the crew if they were two of the characters of other popular animated series. Let's start with Luffy:
Art Style Challenge: Luffy from OnePiece
The future King of the Pirates is represented in the following graphic styles, from left to right: it begins with a review of the whole staff of the artist, followed by Luffy in the original style of Eiichirō Oda, to continue with Adventure Time, a video of the Gorillaz, Scott Pilgrim, a cartoon in the style of the vintage (and in whose lower right corner is also visible partially, a vintage version of the small Chopper), Studio Ghibli, and The Griffin.
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Art Style Challenge: Nami from OnePiece
Also in this case, it starts with a version of Nami in the style of LaffyTaffy404 and Oda, to continue with Archer, Rick and honor of his wedding, Archie, Bob's Burgers, The marvelous misadventures of Flapjack and family guy.
The manga Eiichirō Oda One Piece has been serialized in the magazine of the group Shueisha Weekly Shonen Jump in 1997. Since then, the work has been collected in more than 80 volumes and has become a huge success all over the world, both as regards the criticism that the public, to the point that many volumes have broken any sales record previous in Japan. The manga has also gained the full right to a place in the Guinness World Record for the largest number of copies published for the same book created by a single author, not to mention that it is the series of manga sold in the world, with over 430 million copies sold.
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