History ArtEvolution / AnimeAndManga

17th Apr '17 11:27:29 PM LinTaylor
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** Toriyama's art style underwent another change after ''Dragon Ball'' ended, resulting in a somewhat simpler and less heavily detailed style seen in ''Manga/JacoTheGalacticPatrolman'' and ''Anime/DragonBallSuper''. This was really noticed when it was announced that Future Trunks would return and people compared [[https://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/dragonball/images/0/0a/Future_Trunks_art_super.png his new appearance]] to [[https://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/dragonball/images/d/db/Trunksmangacolor.png his original look]].
5th Apr '17 2:52:35 AM Hvedekorn
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* While the overall art style is still easily recognisable as the same as the one at the start of the series, ''Manga/YamadaKunAndTheSevenWitches'' changed a fair bit for a series that was only released for five years. The characters look more bishojo/bishonen-like at the end than they did at the start, and among other things that have changed, they have OddlyVisibleEyebrows (they didn't for the first 90 chapters), smaller noses and less visible lips (sometimes even {{Cheeky Mouth}}s). It's hard to tell whether this is a case of Miki Yoshikawa becoming more of a LazyArtist or just changing the art style to be more "classically" manga-like.

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* While the overall art style is still easily recognisable as the same as the one at the start of the series, ''Manga/YamadaKunAndTheSevenWitches'' changed a fair bit for a series that was only released for five years. The characters look more bishojo/bishonen-like at the end than they did at the start, and among other things that have changed, they have OddlyVisibleEyebrows (they didn't for the first 90 chapters), smaller noses and less visible lips (sometimes even {{Cheeky Mouth}}s). It's hard to tell whether this is a case of Miki Yoshikawa becoming more of a LazyArtist or just changing the art style to be more "classically" manga-like.
5th Apr '17 2:52:11 AM Hvedekorn
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* While the overall art style is still easily recognisable as the same as the one at the start of the series, ''Manga/YamadaKunAndTheSevenWitches'' changed a fair bit for a series that was only released for four years. The characters look more bishojo/bishonen-like at the end than they did at the start, and among other things that have changed, they have OddlyVisibleEyebrows (they didn't for the first 90 chapters), smaller noses and less visible lips (sometimes even {{Cheeky Mouth}}s). It's hard to tell whether this is a case of Miki Yoshikawa becoming more of a LazyArtist or just changing the art style to be more "classically" manga-like.

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* While the overall art style is still easily recognisable as the same as the one at the start of the series, ''Manga/YamadaKunAndTheSevenWitches'' changed a fair bit for a series that was only released for four five years. The characters look more bishojo/bishonen-like at the end than they did at the start, and among other things that have changed, they have OddlyVisibleEyebrows (they didn't for the first 90 chapters), smaller noses and less visible lips (sometimes even {{Cheeky Mouth}}s). It's hard to tell whether this is a case of Miki Yoshikawa becoming more of a LazyArtist or just changing the art style to be more "classically" manga-like.
5th Apr '17 2:51:50 AM Hvedekorn
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* While the overall art style is still easily recognisable as the same as the one at the start of the series, ''Manga/YamadaKunAndTheSevenWitches'' has changed a fair bit for a series that has only been released for four years. The characters look more bishojo/bishonen-like than they did at the start, and among other things that have changed, they now have OddlyVisibleEyebrows (they didn't for the first 90 chapters), smaller noses and less visible lips (sometimes even {{Cheeky Mouth}}s). It's hard to tell whether this is a case of Miki Yoshikawa becoming more of a LazyArtist or just changing the art style to be more "classically" manga-like.

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* While the overall art style is still easily recognisable as the same as the one at the start of the series, ''Manga/YamadaKunAndTheSevenWitches'' has changed a fair bit for a series that has was only been released for four years. The characters look more bishojo/bishonen-like at the end than they did at the start, and among other things that have changed, they now have OddlyVisibleEyebrows (they didn't for the first 90 chapters), smaller noses and less visible lips (sometimes even {{Cheeky Mouth}}s). It's hard to tell whether this is a case of Miki Yoshikawa becoming more of a LazyArtist or just changing the art style to be more "classically" manga-like.
8th Mar '17 4:38:55 PM nombretomado
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* ''LightNovel/TheMelancholyOfHaruhiSuzumiya'': At the beginning of the manga, everyone (especially Kyon) [[http://www.mangareader.net/903-37377-5/the-melancholy-of-haruhi-suzumiya/chapter-1.html look a bit more chibi]] than [[http://www.mangareader.net/the-melancholy-of-haruhi-suzumiya/19/34 in later chapters]]

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* ''LightNovel/TheMelancholyOfHaruhiSuzumiya'': ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'': At the beginning of the manga, everyone (especially Kyon) [[http://www.mangareader.net/903-37377-5/the-melancholy-of-haruhi-suzumiya/chapter-1.html look a bit more chibi]] than [[http://www.mangareader.net/the-melancholy-of-haruhi-suzumiya/19/34 in later chapters]]
11th Feb '17 10:25:39 PM jormis29
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* ''Manga/{{Jiraishin}}'' was Creator/TsutomuTakahashi first foray into manga. In the beginning the art is competently done but somewhat generic. Near the middle of the series one begins to notice Takakashi's growing expertise; the characters begin getting much more stylized and distinctive, and the inking starts to take a life of its own (with an emphasis on deep blacks and thin lines), giving Takahashi his signature "sketchy" look, which was continuously refined in his more recent works like Jiraishin Diablo, Sidooh, Skyhigh, and Hito Hitori Futari. This distinct aesthetic would be passed down to his assistant Tsutomu Nihei and Nihei's own assistant Hayashida Q (creator of ''Manga/{{Dorohedoro}}'').

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* ''Manga/{{Jiraishin}}'' was Creator/TsutomuTakahashi first foray into manga. In the beginning the art is competently done but somewhat generic. Near the middle of the series one begins to notice Takakashi's growing expertise; the characters begin getting much more stylized and distinctive, and the inking starts to take a life of its own (with an emphasis on deep blacks and thin lines), giving Takahashi his signature "sketchy" look, which was continuously refined in his more recent works like Jiraishin Diablo, Sidooh, Skyhigh, ''Jiraishin Diablo'', ''Manga/{{Sidooh}}'', ''Manga/{{Skyhigh}}'', and Hito Hitori Futari.''Manga/HitoHitoriFutari''. This distinct aesthetic would be passed down to his assistant Tsutomu Nihei and Nihei's own assistant Hayashida Q (creator of ''Manga/{{Dorohedoro}}'').
23rd Jan '17 2:17:03 PM Willbyr
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* Author Kouji Kumeta, best known for ''SayonaraZetsubouSensei'', has a habit of starting of starting off series in one style, and ending them completely differently. His first relatively successful manga, ''Go!! Southern Ice Hockey Club'', started out in a fairly generic late-'80s style and worked its way into a much more angular, completely different look. Following on that, ''Katte ni Kaizou'' started out with this angular, shaded look, and ended up as, well... ''SayonaraZetsubouSensei''. His latest series has had a modest amount of change in the way characters are drawn, but not as extreme as his previous two series. This is lampshaded substantially in episode 2 of ''Goku'', where everyone is drawn in the author's art style circa 1991.

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* Author Kouji Kumeta, best known for ''SayonaraZetsubouSensei'', ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei'', has a habit of starting of starting off series in one style, and ending them completely differently. His first relatively successful manga, ''Go!! Southern Ice Hockey Club'', started out in a fairly generic late-'80s style and worked its way into a much more angular, completely different look. Following on that, ''Katte ni Kaizou'' started out with this angular, shaded look, and ended up as, well... ''SayonaraZetsubouSensei''.''Sayonara, Zetsubou-sensei''. His latest series has had a modest amount of change in the way characters are drawn, but not as extreme as his previous two series. This is lampshaded substantially in episode 2 of ''Goku'', where everyone is drawn in the author's art style circa 1991.
4th Jan '17 5:47:21 PM ILikeRobots
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** South Italy was originally somewhat taller than his younger brother as both a child and adult, but wound up shrinking to become the same height.

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** South Italy was originally somewhat taller than his younger brother as both a child and adult, but wound up shrinking to become the same height. And then in ''World☆Stars,'' he's actually ''shorter'' than North Italy.
20th Dec '16 5:53:08 PM darkestabsol
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* ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' is rather interesting, as the anime has actually followed the art evolution of the manga very closely. Given that Gosho Aoyama's art style has evolved considerably in the past 22 years, it makes for a very jarring experience to go back and read the first issues or watch the first episodes.\\
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Aoyama's style change is even more evident in his shorter manga, ''Manga/MagicKaito''. Considering that he only makes a chapter every few years, the series shows significant style changes in each volume (especially the 4th one, released 13 years after the 3rd).

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* ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' is rather interesting, as the anime has actually followed the art evolution of the manga very closely. Given that Gosho Aoyama's art style has evolved considerably in the past 22 years, it makes for a very jarring experience to go back and read the first issues or watch the first episodes.\\
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Aoyama's
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**Aoyama's
style change is even more evident in his shorter manga, ''Manga/MagicKaito''. Considering that he only makes a chapter every few years, the series shows significant style changes in each volume (especially the 4th one, released 13 years after the 3rd).
20th Dec '16 5:51:35 PM darkestabsol
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* ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' is rather interesting, as the anime has actually followed the art evolution of the manga very closely. Given that Gosho Aoyama's art style has evolved considerably in the past 13 years, it makes for a very jarring experience to go back and read the first issues or watch the first episodes.\\

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* ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' is rather interesting, as the anime has actually followed the art evolution of the manga very closely. Given that Gosho Aoyama's art style has evolved considerably in the past 13 22 years, it makes for a very jarring experience to go back and read the first issues or watch the first episodes.\\
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