Art styles – Modern Art For Kids http://www.modernartforkids.com/ Fri, 20 May 2022 21:22:43 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://www.modernartforkids.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/icon-6.png Art styles – Modern Art For Kids http://www.modernartforkids.com/ 32 32 Pokemon Fan Project Shows Off Original Art Styles With Arceus-Style Gameplay https://www.modernartforkids.com/pokemon-fan-project-shows-off-original-art-styles-with-arceus-style-gameplay/ Fri, 20 May 2022 21:22:43 +0000 https://www.modernartforkids.com/pokemon-fan-project-shows-off-original-art-styles-with-arceus-style-gameplay/ Longtime fans of the Pokémon franchise might remember the retro art style of Ken Sugimori, the illustrator of the artwork used for the original Pokémon games. Sugimori’s art style is much less bold, vibrant, and polished than the work of the early games. That being said, it has its own charm and is looked on […]]]>

Longtime fans of the Pokémon franchise might remember the retro art style of Ken Sugimori, the illustrator of the artwork used for the original Pokémon games. Sugimori’s art style is much less bold, vibrant, and polished than the work of the early games. That being said, it has its own charm and is looked on fondly to this day. For example, fans still love the original chubby Pikachu. But what if we revisited that pen and marker art style for a modern Pokémon title? Fans have solved this mystery and the result is breathtaking.

A fan account has posted images of what a Sugimori-inspired Pokémon game could look like; the bio, which is in Japanese, explains that they create Pokémon fan art from another era. It’s a way to see characters and creatures from the original games through a new perspective, or to bring the potential of an older title to life with modern upgrades. The theme of the narrative is that they produce lost titles from spatio-temporal distortion; it’s a fun way to explore a long-running and beloved franchise.

It’s really fascinating to imagine what a game looks like Pokemon Legends: Arceus might look like if it had been done through this super nostalgic lens. The colors are soft and sweet, and the creatures Red encounters are downright adorable. It’s worth watching the 3D chubby PIkachu clip on its own, although there are plenty of other recognizable monsters loose.

The tale also shares a look at other fascinating alternate realities, like a Sword and Shield-era take Pokemon Stadium. Characters like Grookey’s evolution, Thwackey, look very different filtered through N64-era graphics.

With such a backlog of games across multiple systems and generations, it’s no surprise that fans love to mix and match different styles of all ages. While many of us have long since left the Kanto region, a video like this is a big nostalgia kick – and fans are already clamoring to see what an official version of this concept might look like.

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What the Explosion of Original Nail Art Styles Says About Experimentation https://www.modernartforkids.com/what-the-explosion-of-original-nail-art-styles-says-about-experimentation/ Tue, 03 May 2022 09:04:55 +0000 https://www.modernartforkids.com/what-the-explosion-of-original-nail-art-styles-says-about-experimentation/ Picture: Instagram When I say the word nails, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Sure, it could serve as a reminder to cut or paint your own nails, but it can also flash a series of loud, quirky, OTT nails you’ve spotted on IG celebrity handles. Unlike a few years ago, enhancing the […]]]>

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When I say the word nails, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? Sure, it could serve as a reminder to cut or paint your own nails, but it can also flash a series of loud, quirky, OTT nails you’ve spotted on IG celebrity handles. Unlike a few years ago, enhancing the look and feel of your nails isn’t just about wearing red nail polish or opting for a French manicure – it’s gotten bigger and better than ever. Synonym of art, ‘get your nails done‘ equals painting different hues and sculpting patterns and strokes of all kinds – pastels, electric, neons as well as chic, edgy and pretty respectively. Besides giving you a glimpse of where nail art is today, this whole phenomenon (of the nail art revolution) reveals another very important thing – the acceptance of experimentation.

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Founder of White Door India, Sana Dhanani checks the recent curiosity towards all things nail trending saying, “While nail art has been around for quite some time now, with summer trends, the influence of Tik Tok and Instagram reels, and inspiration from around the world, this nail art phenomenon has truly taken off. Nail art used to be considered time-consuming, difficult to maintain, and reserved for special occasions. With the skill and technique that female nail technicians have brought to the table in the recent past, this perception is greatly altered. Founder of Geetanjali Salon, Sumit Israin once again takes up the vital role of social media: “We have seen a gradual increase in the demand for PAN India nail art services. Interestingly, social media has played a major role in attracting nail art services. Clients are curious about the nail art services we offer with different techniques, products and accessories. As a result, we have started to invest in the professional training of nail artists and set up nail art sections in all our key locations. »

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What’s new ?

“Powdery pastels, earthy tones and accent nail art are super trendy right now. Neon and ombre nails are also making a comeback in the space,” informs Dhanani. Israni shares some additional observations: French tip are all the rage with different length nail products such as acrylic, dip; French gel nails can be done in different ways with different colors and patterns, in addition to the traditional white. Searches for color and glitter alongside French tip nails reveal that consumers want to bring color into the classic style by replacing the classic white tip with a pastel, silver or chrome color.

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How big is the change?

“There is definitely a shift from fancy, boring, fancy French manicures to OTT nails in most places. Blings, metallic details, floral bling and 3D stickers are taking over social media and we see many millennials opting for such nail art styles, inspired by international celebrities and influencers,” says Israni. Dhanani, on the other hand, also gives some credit to catwalk fashion: “I think international fashion weeks have always dictated the trends that you can expect to see in the coming months, that still holds true today. The more avant-garde current fashion trends are, the more we see them propelling themselves into the beauty space as well. It’s undeniable that there’s definitely a Gen Z influence, as fashion draws inspiration from the 1990s and early 2000s, beauty inspiration from that era has also made its way into 2022. Additionally, “Inspiration from shows like Euphoria has become something of a benchmark for a number of beauty trends in 2022. Poppy colors, retro patterns, intricate design and embellishments are here and thriving,” she adds.

What caused this change?

“I think the lockdown has definitely had an impact on how people view themselves, they are now more than ever ready to indulge in self-care and self-love. The emergence of short content on social media has also fueled the inspiration to create, innovate and rethink the norm. Individuals are now open to creating and achieving nail art that is representative of their personality and not the herd mentality. Gen Z also likes to maintain their aesthetic, both offline and online, which has created immense opportunities in the field of nails,” says Dhanani. “West has definitely influenced the South Asian markets for nail bar facilities and spaces. Interestingly, not only women but also male customers are opting for gel nail services in cities as well. metropolitan areas,” quotes Israni.


The future of nail art

“So far, this is one of the highest ticket prices and repeat services we’ve seen in years. With growing demand and growing awareness for manicure services, there’s so much more we can do and we plan to do this and conquer the market in all cities,” Israni shares. “Like any form of art, nail art is constantly evolving, open to interpretation, and extremely personal to an individual. Right now, nail art is almost used as a canvas, an extension of one’s personality, and it’s extremely liberating. We’ve also seen innovation in the space happen at a rapid pace, from glow-in-the-dark nails to more elaborate and embellished ensembles. The more modern take on the French manicure has also been seen lately, using flowing colors and patterns to enhance the classic, traditional look,” says a futuristic Dhanani.

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Score These Floral Nail Art Styles for Summer https://www.modernartforkids.com/score-these-floral-nail-art-styles-for-summer/ Sat, 23 Apr 2022 05:27:12 +0000 https://www.modernartforkids.com/score-these-floral-nail-art-styles-for-summer/ Picture: Instagram If you’re in a healthy relationship with the concept of nail art, it’s not hard to guess that you’re a fan of seasonal trends. And, changing the look of your nails is like second nature to you, as soon as you notice the seasonal changes. Speaking of summer, everyone is a gaga for […]]]>

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If you’re in a healthy relationship with the concept of nail art, it’s not hard to guess that you’re a fan of seasonal trends. And, changing the look of your nails is like second nature to you, as soon as you notice the seasonal changes. Speaking of summer, everyone is a gaga for all things floral. Small or large, pink or white – flowers are a mandate, almost like a dress code for summery nails. If this has motivated you to head to the salon and get your nails done, we’ve done an inspiration hunt for you! Here are the best ones we loved.

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We love how this style showcases a simple yet vibrant approach to floral nails. The light nude base perfectly balances the floral patterns in summery tones.

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A modern French manicure with a floral twist – we love it!

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Go for a violet-themed nail party with this style that lets you play with colors and patterns while being super wearable and pretty.

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Leave no room for the summer blues as you opt for an all blue nail art style like this. The light and dark shades of blue create the perfect contrast and we can’t stop staring at them!

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Short nails can have all the fun and this style is proof of that. Play with shades of nudes and browns while displaying small, #Instagrammable flowers.

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This style is almost like wearing a pre-designed and well-designed wallpaper on your advice. No, we can’t deny that it sounds like a work of aaaaarrrrtt (in the viral Instagram reel sound).

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Take the chic Parisian route by opting for subtle and soft peonies on pastel pink nails. So DREAMY!

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This nail art basically says – go big or go home. We love the color play of these nails with pretty soft white daisies. The ultimate #Millennial floral nails.

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One glimpse of these nails is enough to make the minimalist in you very happy. Sign up for wearable, dark yet fresh and fabulous numbers with this chic style.

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Stay on trend with different nail art styles https://www.modernartforkids.com/stay-on-trend-with-different-nail-art-styles/ Fri, 15 Apr 2022 07:30:00 +0000 https://www.modernartforkids.com/stay-on-trend-with-different-nail-art-styles/ An ever-growing nail care trend with flourishing swirling nail designs, intense color pops, and capabilities is being introduced to both the fashion industry and the beauty world. The changing trend of nail art leaves us amazed with the latest trendy designs and colors. With the growing and changing trends in the fashion industry, one must […]]]>
An ever-growing nail care trend with flourishing swirling nail designs, intense color pops, and capabilities is being introduced to both the fashion industry and the beauty world. The changing trend of nail art leaves us amazed with the latest trendy designs and colors. With the growing and changing trends in the fashion industry, one must stay up to date and fashionable to beat the trend. Anuja Sachdeva- Founder La Bella Nail Studio & Academy suggests some trendy nail art ideas.

One of the attractive style trends of 2022 is Pearlcore nail art. Pearlescent tones will take you to the next level of experience, one of the coolest ways for you to achieve that classic French manicure. If you are looking for an almost perfect outfit at the moment, you should surely try a blue-toned periwinkle.

The 90s-influenced nail technique introduced a completely new art form and animation design to this field. Rhinestones and sparkles have undoubtedly been a major drift of the year 2022. You can also consider some of the classic hot trends like diamond variations, pewter French manicures, florals and nail tints with soft tones.


Besides, lovers can also experience the whole new world of nailscape which offers an intriguing experience for enthusiasts with selections like “galaxy nail art”, “desert nails” and “geode nails”.

5D and 3D nail art has once again transformed and taken the trend to the next level. These 3D and 5D nail art comes with many creative and fascinating options that will catch your followers’ attention. One of the hottest trends in the beauty world is the cat eye nail art style, twisted to look like the cat eye riffle of liquid eyeliner. Shaped by glassy manicures, monograms are also one of those nail art that will get you noticed among fashion enthusiasts.


If you’re looking for playful summer picks for your nails, cheerful hues and suave patterns are a go-to combination. The best shade art designs this summer include red, blue, white, hot pink, green, and pastels.



Get ready for weddings with nails decorated with 5D floral art, Swarovski stones, rhinestones, rose designs and caviar pearls that will add charm to the most memorable day of your life. Let’s also not forget the glittery French manicure, the most modern way to wear the biggest nail trend of 2020.

Embark in style by adopting sunny colors with streaks and curvy shapes.

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10 Anime Art Styles That Looked Better In The Manga https://www.modernartforkids.com/10-anime-art-styles-that-looked-better-in-the-manga/ Fri, 18 Mar 2022 16:45:00 +0000 https://www.modernartforkids.com/10-anime-art-styles-that-looked-better-in-the-manga/ The manga market coexists with the anime industry as the hub of source material for most of the stories of the hit anime series. Adapting already popular and beloved stories into a different medium is beneficial for manga and anime creators. RELATED: 10 Influential Manga Creators Who Shaped The Industry New adaptations appeal to pre-existing […]]]>

The manga market coexists with the anime industry as the hub of source material for most of the stories of the hit anime series. Adapting already popular and beloved stories into a different medium is beneficial for manga and anime creators.

RELATED: 10 Influential Manga Creators Who Shaped The Industry

New adaptations appeal to pre-existing fans of the source material while raising awareness of the original manga, enticing more fans to check it out. This symbiotic relationship between the two industries has turned many underground series into global phenomena. Nonetheless, anime production is a collaborative task, whereas a single artist is usually responsible for drawing the entire manga. As a result, not all anime fails to capture the mangaka’s original artwork and do justice to the artist’s considerable skill and effort. And while the plot of the anime can be as good as the source material, sometimes reading the manga is the only way to properly experience the story.

ten Aku No Hana’s use of rotoscoping was a huge artistic miscalculation


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The jaw-dropping coming-of-age manga Aku no Hanaknown in English as The evil flowers, tells a disturbing story of an aloof middle schooler Takao Kasuga and his abusive relationship with a sadistic classmate Sawa Nakamura. The ugly, grounded reality portrayed in the manga was deemed very mature and realistic by the anime’s director, who found Aku no Hana narrative more suited to a live-action film.

The creators used the experimental rotoscoping technique to make the anime more realistic. Aku no Hana was the first anime to exclusively use rotoscoping, which gave the show an unsettling and disturbing look. Instead of the compelling and chilling manga artwork, the anime adaptation turned out to be oddly repulsive.

9 One-Punch Man’s artwork failed in the show’s second season


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The iconic action series One-punch man started out as an amateur satirical webcomic poking fun at the superhero genre with its childish illustrations. Its manga remake drawn by Yusuke Murata had a much more polished art style that took the original story to a whole new level. The first season of One-punch man directed by studio Madhouse did justice to Murata’s fantastic art and was a phenomenal success.

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The show’s second season was redirected to a much smaller studio, JCStaff. Unfortunately, the new animators weren’t able to capture the mangaka’s incredible artwork as well as their predecessors, resulting in a disappointing and lackluster sequel.


8 Claymore was overlooked due to its lackluster anime adaptation


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The world of fantasy manga is full of awe-inspiring artistry that captures the magical awe of their multi-faceted worlds. dark fantasy manga Claymore was a hit Seinen series from the early 2000s that introduced its audience to a captivating, medieval-inspired world.

Claymore’s mangaka, Norihiro Yagi, was a master at creating believable and enchanting visuals, inviting readers into the grim but beautiful world of magic. Like many popular manga of that era, Claymore suffered from an incomplete and visually boring anime adaptation, causing the legendary story to fade into obscurity.


7 One Piece Manga sheds light on its author’s evolution as an artist


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Myriads of One Piece Die-hard fans believe the enchanting story of Eiichiro Oda should be experienced in its original form. And their devotion to the manga of the series is completely understandable. While the A play the anime has many positive aspects, such as amazing music and incredibly emotional voice acting, the adaptation will never be able to do justice to Oda’s masterful skills as an artist.

Despite the publication of a chapter of A play every week for 25 years, the legendary mangaka continues to grow and evolve as an artist, making each new arc in his saga more beautiful and smoother than the last.


6 The Junji Ito collection has once again proven to skeptics that iconic Mangaka works cannot be adapted


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King of Horror, Junji Ito, is universally praised for his ability to create creepy and disturbing artwork that elevates his manga above all others in the industry. The intricate monster designs created by the iconic mangaka are chilling in fans’ blood. Unfortunately, every attempt to adapt Ito’s work for the screen has failed to capture the artist’s style and attention to detail.

the Junji Ito Collection The anime was one of the most disappointing efforts to bring Ito’s work to life. Instead of scaring the audience, the show can only make them laugh at the grotesque and comical appearance of the mismatched monsters.


5 Gantz’s anime changed the original beyond recognition


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Diehard manga fans despise the anime adaptation of Gantz for myriad justifiable reasons. The rushed and incomprehensible anime adaptation of the beloved seinen manga was not faithful to its source material and suffered a lot of fan backlash.

RELATED: 15 Best Horror Manga That Aren’t From Junji Ito (According To MyAnimeList)

Most notably, the 2004 anime series disregarded the original’s phenomenal artwork, making GantzThe grim and memorable world seems dark and uninteresting. The bizarre visual direction and low production quality could never compare to the raw and impressive art of the manga, which made Gantz stand out as one of the best seinen series of its time.


4 Kingdom failed to make its CGI elements work in the show’s art style


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Historical works of fiction rely primarily on the author’s ability to suspend the audience’s disbelief and flesh out the historical era depicted in the most authentic and realistic way possible. the Kingdom The manga nails the depiction of its ancient Chinese setting, mostly due to mangaka Yasuhisa Hara’s incredibly intricate artwork.

While the animated adaptation of Kingdom stays true to the source material in the storytelling aspects, it undercuts the author’s incredible visuals. The series’ heavy use of poorly executed CGI drives the audience out of the experience and never lets viewers immerse themselves in of the Kingdom thrilling storyline.




3 Blame’s unique artwork! could not be reproduced in an anime format


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The complex and seductive universe of science fiction manga Blame! was created by former construction worker Tsutomu Nihei. The mangaka’s past occupation has greatly influenced Blame! visual direction, as Nihei tried to make the manga’s convoluted architectural elements as realistic as possible.

The animators behind Blame! The infamously gruesome adaptation lacked Nihei’s impressive past, failing to capture the mangaka’s signature style. As a result, every attempt to breathe new life into the iconic story as an anime couldn’t come close to mastering the original.


2 Pandora Heart’s Anime Adaptation Is One of the Industry’s Biggest Losses


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Few industry professionals excel at creating such a distinctive and magical art style as Jun Mochizuki. His revolutionary manga Pandora Hearts began as a rather conventional series in terms of visuals, depicting an immersive yet generic Victorian-era inspired magical universe.

Nevertheless, both the story and the artwork of Pandora Hearts greatly improved over the years, securing the series’ place as one of the most beloved manga series in history. The prosaic anime adaptation of Mochizuki’s masterpiece didn’t undergo the same transformation, remaining lackluster and painfully unoriginal until the very last episode.


1 Berserk might remain unadaptable forever, and that’s a good thing


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The most influential dark fantasy manga in the industry, Berserk, has had several failed anime adaptations. Yet each of them failed to capture the breathtaking artistry of Kentaro Miura. While some fans of the original might win for an anime adaptation that does justice to their beloved story, the manga might just work best in its intended medium.

No artist can come close to reproducing Miura’s magnum opus, so anyone who wants to experience the mastery of Berserk should take the advice of die-hard fans of the series and just read the manga.

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Spring Floral Pin Up Nail Art Styles https://www.modernartforkids.com/spring-floral-pin-up-nail-art-styles/ Thu, 10 Mar 2022 13:35:40 +0000 https://www.modernartforkids.com/spring-floral-pin-up-nail-art-styles/ Cartoonish, retro ’70s floral nails are definitely spring’s top trend, thanks to the celebrities wearing them, while Etsy and other online marketplace sites are full of photorealistic decals that look as modern as ever. ‘hell. There are also lots of cute and delicate riffs on the floral patterns if you prefer a softer version. Whatever […]]]>

Cartoonish, retro ’70s floral nails are definitely spring’s top trend, thanks to the celebrities wearing them, while Etsy and other online marketplace sites are full of photorealistic decals that look as modern as ever. ‘hell. There are also lots of cute and delicate riffs on the floral patterns if you prefer a softer version.

Whatever your preference and skill level, we’ve rounded up a slew of our favorite ideas to keep you busy through spring and beyond. Scroll down to see the best flower nail designs and save them for later. You’ll want to give them a chance as soon as possible.

Retro bleachers

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70s inspired designs are all the rage right now, and these daisy nails with swirls of color that are so 70s are the perfect way to jump on the trend. The contrasting flowers and swirls create a very eye-catching color palette.

Little rainbow flowers

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If those aren’t the cutest nails ever, we don’t know what is. Everything from the cute tiny flowers in bright neon colors to their sparkly center, these nails are gorgeous. The nude base brings out the bright colors of the flowers even more.

Ethereal realism

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These nails feature hyper realistic designs on an ethereal looking translucent base. The nails are done in a way that features pressed flowers, beautiful flowers, and even a cute little bird and butterfly. These nails are screaming spring, and we can’t imagine anyone not falling in love with them.

Funky French Flowers

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This design is definitely for those who like to experiment with length, color, and design. These striking long beauties feature quirky designs such as clouds, swirls and, of course, pretty little flowers on a colorful French manicure. These nails are sure to brighten up your day.

Subtlety is underrated

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These are perhaps some of the most unique floral nails we’ve ever seen, even though they’re so subtle and minimalistic. The matte orange nails contrasting with the translucent white nail with the delicate floral patterns are too beautiful to put into words. Anyone who doesn’t want big, obvious flowers on their nails can opt for this subtle beauty.

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‘The Boys’ Showcases a Wide Range of Artistic Styles in NSFW Trailer for ‘Diabolical’ Anthology https://www.modernartforkids.com/the-boys-showcases-a-wide-range-of-artistic-styles-in-nsfw-trailer-for-diabolical-anthology/ Wed, 02 Feb 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://www.modernartforkids.com/the-boys-showcases-a-wide-range-of-artistic-styles-in-nsfw-trailer-for-diabolical-anthology/ Diabolicalan upcoming animated anthology inspired by The boysis positively dripping with blood and special sauce (*wink*) in the latest NSFW trailer narrated by none other than Christian Slater. Highlighting the show’s various animation styles and characters, the footage is presented as a fake advertisement for Vought-A-Burger (an obvious parody of the popular Texas-based fast food […]]]>

Diabolicalan upcoming animated anthology inspired by The boysis positively dripping with blood and special sauce (*wink*) in the latest NSFW trailer narrated by none other than Christian Slater.

Highlighting the show’s various animation styles and characters, the footage is presented as a fake advertisement for Vought-A-Burger (an obvious parody of the popular Texas-based fast food franchise Whataburger). But this ad is anything but family-friendly, given that it’s rife with violence and sexual content – both overt and insinuated. If you’re looking forward to the buzzing “Herogasm” episode, you’ll be pleased to see three different versions of Homelander enjoying their own mini-orgy.

Each Diabolical the episode will be approximately 12-14 minutes each and will feature the creative/comic styles of Awkwafina, Garth Ennis, Eliot Glazer and Ilana Glazer, Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen, Simon Racioppa, Justin Roiland and Ben Bayouth, Andy Samberg and Aisha Tyler.

The voice cast includes: Awkwafina, Michael Cera, Don Cheadle, Chace Crawford, Giancarlo Esposito, Eliot Glazer, Jason Isaacs, Kumail Nanjiani, Justin Roiland, Seth Rogen, Andy Samberg, Ben Schwartz, Elisabeth Shue, Christian Slater, Kevin Smith, Antony Starr, Nasim Pedrad, Simon Pegg, Kenan Thompson, Aisha Tyler and Oscar winner Youn Yuh Jung. More names should be announced as we get closer to the March premiere. Executive producer Eric Kripke (current showrunner on The boys) celebrated the release of the trailer on Twitter urging fans to “watch this fucking casting”.

Crawford (The Deep), Esposito (Stan Edgar), Elisabeth Shue (Madelyn Stillwell), Starr (Homelander) and Pegg (Hughie Campbell’s father) are most likely reprising their characters from the live-action universe.

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Kripke (current showrunner of The boys) is an executive producer with Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson (co-creators of the original Dynamite comic), Simon Racioppa, Eric Kripke, Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg, James Weaver, Neal H. Moritz, Pavun Shetty, Ori Marmur, Ken F Levin, Jason Netter, Michaela Starr, Loreli Alanis, Chris Prynoski, Shannon Prynoski and Ben Kalina. Diabolical is co-produced by Amazon Studios, Sony Pictures Television Studios, Titmouse, Kripke Enterprises, Original Film and Point Gray Pictures.

“Expand the universe of The boys has been an amazing trip. Fans will discover all-new stories, complete with all the fun and outrageous humor of The boys they know and love – plus some sweet surprises,” Vernon Sanders, head of television at Amazon Studios, said when the project was announced in early December. “Eric, Seth and Evan have brought together some incredible talent to bring Diabolical to life, and we can’t wait for our Prime Video customers to see this new wild ride.”

“Since we saw the animated film The facilitatora series of animated shorts set in the universe of The matrixwe wanted to rip him off,” Rogen and Goldberg added. “Today that dream has come true.”

The eight episodes of The Boys Presents: Devilish arrive on Prime Video on Friday, March 4.

“We brought together some amazing creators and gave them one rule…just kidding, there are no rules,” Kripke concluded. “They blew down the doors, delivering eight episodes that were completely unexpected, funny, shocking, gory, dank and emotional. Do you think The boys is nuts? Wait till you see that.”

Season 3 of the flagship series returns in June.

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Across The Spider-Verse universes all have unique art styles https://www.modernartforkids.com/across-the-spider-verse-universes-all-have-unique-art-styles/ Wed, 19 Jan 2022 08:00:00 +0000 https://www.modernartforkids.com/across-the-spider-verse-universes-all-have-unique-art-styles/ Last year, Spider-Man: No Coming Home gave us a lot of multiverse madness this year, Into the Spider-Verse after Through the Spider-Verse (Part One) rocking in cinemas and will continue the trend. Into the Spider-Verse was one of the most ambitious animated films of all time. The film was incredibly pleasing to the eye; it […]]]>

Last year, Spider-Man: No Coming Home gave us a lot of multiverse madness this year, Into the Spider-Verse after Through the Spider-Verse (Part One) rocking in cinemas and will continue the trend.

Into the Spider-Verse was one of the most ambitious animated films of all time. The film was incredibly pleasing to the eye; it was like it was bursting from the pages of the comic books. Before Into the Spider-Verse had even been created, its sequel was already in development and it promises to eclipse the scale of the first. In Through the Spider-Verse, Miles Morales traverses many colorful and beautiful dimensions, each rendered in an entirely different artistic palette. Just watch the trailer to get a glimpse of the wonders in store:

Talk with Collider, co-writers Chris Miller and Phil Lord talked about what fans can expect from the super-ambitious sequel. Miller teased the idea that each dimension features a distinctive art style.

We didn’t just want to do the same thing over again. And so the idea that we would go to different dimensions really opened up an artistic opportunity to have each world have its own art style, and to be able to push the folks at ImageWorks to develop a way to make each dimension looks like it was hand drawn by another artist.

It’s challenging, sure, but incredibly rewarding. “To see the development of this stuff is breathtaking, and really, that’s why we keep doing it because it’s so hard to get it right,” he added. .

According to Lord, working on projects like spider worms offers a chance to “push the animation in directions it hasn’t gone before”. Into the Spider-Verse already did, and maybe Through the Spider-Verse will push things even further!

Will Tom Holland and Zendaya be there? Through the Spider-Verse?

Interesting way, Collider also asked Miller if Tom Holland and Zendaya had been contacted about a possible appearance in the sequel. However, the writer remained silent. Yet Andrew Garfield was annoyingly silent before No coming home, so we wouldn’t take that as a denial. At this point, it’s closer to confirmation.

The main cast returns in Through the Spider-Verse, including Shameik Moore (Miles Morales), Hailee Steinfeld (Spider-Woman) and Jake Johnson (Peter B. Parker). As the teaser shows, we’ll also see a lot more Oscar Isaac in Spider-Man 2099!

Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse is set to hit theaters on October 7, 2022. May the era of the Marvel Multiverse continue!

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Across the Spider-Verse will have new art styles https://www.modernartforkids.com/across-the-spider-verse-will-have-new-art-styles/ Sun, 16 Jan 2022 17:30:00 +0000 https://www.modernartforkids.com/across-the-spider-verse-will-have-new-art-styles/ Picture: Sony Animation Among the many highlights of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, his artistic styles were among them. While Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), Peter B. Parker (Jake Johnson), and Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld) were traditional 3D, the other spiders had their own distinct visual styles. Peni Parker (Kimiko Glenn) was made in an anime-like art […]]]>

Miles Morales crosses a new dimension in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse - Part One.

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Among the many highlights of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, his artistic styles were among them. While Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), Peter B. Parker (Jake Johnson), and Gwen Stacy (Hailee Steinfeld) were traditional 3D, the other spiders had their own distinct visual styles. Peni Parker (Kimiko Glenn) was made in an anime-like art style, Spider-Man Noir (Nicholas Cage) was black and white, you get the idea. With Miles and Gwen now traveling across the multiverse for the arrival Through the Spider-Verse, it’s no surprise to hear that the sequel will expand its visual horizons.

Talk with Collider, producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller explained how each universe visited in the film will be an artistic treat in its own right. “The idea that we would go to different dimensions really opened up an artistic opportunity for each world to have its own unique art style,” Miller said. “and to give the impression that each dimension was drawn by the hand of a different artist.” You can see a bit of that in the trailer itself as Miles and Miguel O’Hara (Oscar Isaac) visual appearances change when projected from a colorful 2D world to a vibrant 3D sci-fi setting.

The first one spider worms The film was incredibly ambitious just by having six spiders of different art styles, and the sequel attempting to go further than that is what excites Lord and Miller about the industry. Quoting the two On the other side and the recent The Mitchells vs. the Machines as an example, Lord talked about how they want to “push the animation in directions it hasn’t gone yet”, echoing the duo’s previous statements that they wouldn’t simply rely on their laurels. In November, the pair teased that each universe would feel “radically different” from every other, and that it would “make the first movie quaint”.

Apart from O’Hara, the Spider-Man of 2099, the other Spider to be confirmed is that of Issa Rae spider woman. It will be interesting to see what other spiders show up for the sequel and what art styles they bring with them. Hope the japanese spider man happens to make an appearance at some point.

Spider-Man: Through the Spider-Verse – Part One will be released on October 7.


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4 retro games with anti-aging visual art styles https://www.modernartforkids.com/4-retro-games-with-anti-aging-visual-art-styles/ Wed, 29 Dec 2021 11:38:59 +0000 https://www.modernartforkids.com/4-retro-games-with-anti-aging-visual-art-styles/ Remember those old block games people played in the late 90s and early 2000s? We can think of games like Tomb Raider from 1996 with Lara Croft’s triangular “assets” and Hagrid’s memey face from “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.” Source: 9GAG These games had good gameplay but naturally bad graphics for the time. However, […]]]>


Remember those old block games people played in the late 90s and early 2000s? We can think of games like Tomb Raider from 1996 with Lara Croft’s triangular “assets” and Hagrid’s memey face from “Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone.”

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These games had good gameplay but naturally bad graphics for the time. However, there are many examples of game developers who have found a way to create stylized graphics of their game despite the limitations, and as a result, the art of their game still holds up today.

The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker

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At first glance, you might not believe that The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker is a 19 year old game. The game’s designers used cell shading on their low-poly 3D models, which gave the game a nice mix of cartoon and 3D looks. It actually looks like a modern mobile game, so it’s hard to fathom that this game was released for the Gamecube – a console with very limited processing powers. There are plenty of workarounds that the game’s designers thought of to make everything look good, from the ocean to the wind and even Link’s expressions. There is even a website which delves deep into the look of this game, created by Nathan Gordon.

Radio Jet Set

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Like Wind Waker, Radio Jet Set is another game that uses cell shading to give their art an anti-aging look. Since this game was released in 2000 for the Dreamcast console, it was revolutionary in that it was one of the first games to use cellular shading to blend 2D and 3D in a way that even non-players. -players would appreciate. With their use of thick lines and bright colors, Jet Set Radio was not only fun to play, but was and still is a visual masterpiece.

Killer 7

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Killer 7 was released in 2005 on Gamecube and PS2. While some have criticized its confusing plot and restrictive plot, many have found its visuals unique and beautiful. It’s definitely not for everyone as it’s recognized as an arthouse game with a political intrigue, but the visual style and graphics still hold up in 2021.

Okami

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Okami is another game which uses cell shading to create unique style. It is very inspired by Japanese art and calligraphy, with graphics designed to make the whole world look like watercolor. Since this game is a dialogue-rich, story-driven game, much of its main appeal is in the visual style it presents. To prove my point, a major game mechanic is something called the Celestial Brush. Players use this Japanese calligraphy brush to paint on the screen, and it creates things like a bridge or slices enemies by drawing lines through them, just like Fruit Ninja does. Okami is a game that was released in 2002 initially for the PS2, and I assure you that a lot of people still love the game for its warm visuals today.

These four games prove that realistic graphics shouldn’t be the norm for modern games, as art direction and styling can make visuals timeless, when done right. Realism isn’t bad, but styling can give a game a certain uniqueness that 4k HD RTX graphics just can’t achieve.


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