The Owl Girl and The Shawarma Man: Anime Art by Rino Park Based on References – Design You Trust

The Owl Girl and The Shawarma Man: Anime Art by Rino Park Based on References

Rino Park aka Rinotuna is an artist from South Korea who draws pictures in a very curious way. Pak takes an object, a food or an animal as a reference and builds a character based on it, trying to guess at the color scheme of the original and its basic shapes. It’s fun, and some of the characters are very cool.

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