Artist Fuses Together The Most Beloved Cartoon Characters, And The Series Goes Viral
Dino Tomic (previously), who has become famous for his tattoos and pencil drawings, is continuing his mini-series of illustrations where he draws all kinds of popular characters, both fictional and real, in varying styles of animation that we all have come to recognize.
This time, we’re inviting you to take a look at his newest take on popular animated TV shows and movies. Tomic has been fusing together some of the most beloved characters, and the results are surprisingly interesting. We’ve got Squiddochio (Squidward from Spongebob Squarepants plus Pinocchio), Yodario (Yoda and Mario)…
Also check, how artist shows what various characters would look like in different cartoon universes.
Tomic “toons up” every character in nine animation different styles inspired by Family Guy, South Park, Rick and Morty, Tim Burton, Dragon Ball Z, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, and so on. Among the “tooned-up” characters are world-famous celebrities, rappers, video game, animation, and comic characters. And the results are simply awesome—goes to show that popular characters (especially fictional ones) can enter any cartoon universe that they like without ever worrying if they’d still be recognized.
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