Fans have met a lot of memorable characters in the video game series’ 30 years, which also means a lot of bittersweet farewells.
Over ten new designs showing off battles so epic they transcend art periods.
A refrigerator can be one of the most honest reflections of your priorities.
Japan’s traditional art of paper-folding turns out to be useful in the kitchen too.
So this is what it’s like having an animator for a father.
How about a fine paper Stegosaurus? That’ll be 90,000 yen (US$818) please… and that’s not even the most expensive piece.
This woman has seen some sh*t… literally.
Guillermo del Totoro is the touching result of a child actress’ pronunciation hurdles.
Not quite constructive criticism.
Sometimes you have to delete your old “save files” to move on.
The best drawing references are ones you can eat.
Picking parameters and having a brand-new anime-style character made takes only a few seconds.
Japanese origami master shares folding steps to make something more challenging than a paper crane.
Elegant comparisons makes adding a sense of time to your skyscapes a snap.
Want to make katana for a living? Hope you don’t mind not getting paid a single yen for the next five years.
This simple poster pushes the less-is-more concept to the limits.
Another kirie artist is here to awe and inspire.
100 photos part of extremely specialized photography display that promises “peculiar immorality.”
At long last, photogenic kitty pics that are SFW.
Cosplayers, illustrators and AV actresses come out in force to celebrate the wonders of the undergarment.