Artist Turns Total Strangers Into Awesome Anime Characters

American artist Robert DeJesus has a special talent for drawing anime. He likes to use his talent to taking photos of total strangers and turning them into anime characters. Robert says he wishes he could get to everyone’s requests for pictures, but he would burn himself out if he tried.

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