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Manga Style Paint Jobs For Model Cars Still Look Incredible

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Photo: Shinga

Kotaku previously introduced Initial D model cars that Twitter user Shinga had painted to look like manga art. Shinga is back with more, and his latest work continues to amaze.

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In the earlier version, Shinga placed his models on a flat sheet of paper. This time around, he’s made a 3D papercraft.

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This time around, Shinga has added a Delorean from Back to the Future II, showing how it could overtake a drifting Subaru.

Check out this angle.

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In black and white, his work looks even more like it’s straight out of a manga.

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He also shows off a bit more of his process.

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For more awesome art, follow Shinga on Twitter.


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Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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DISCUSSION

wheelerguy
Wheelerguy

He’s got taste. Tomica Basic is a brilliant line of toy cars. His papercraft is an even greater work of art!


So, big idea: you know ArcSys’ techniques in turning 3D models into 2D-like illustrations in their fighting games? How about we remake this game:

...using those techniques? Something like an adaptation of this manga whose story crosses over with this game, with about 300 to 450 cars and 30 locations.