Showing posts with label anime. Show all posts
Showing posts with label anime. Show all posts

Bishōjo - Anime girls coloring pages for young adults

Coloring pages of anime girls. Anime is a general name accepted outside of Japan for animation that originates in Japan and whose characteristics are recognizable as authentic Japanese animation. In Japan itself the word "anime" is a name for any animation, without reference to the country of origin. Bishoujo (Japanese: 美少女, the literal meaning of the term is "young and beautiful girl") is a drawing style that is quite popular in many subgenres of anime and manga that emphasizes drawing young girls, according to the modern Japanese aesthetic, which They are mostly high school aged.
In anime the character design can change in certain ways depending on the era or cartoonists. Some of the visible features are:
The eyes - one of the most striking visual characteristics of the anime is the large eyes of the characters, even of those supposed to be of oriental origin. The big eyes maybe make it easier for the mangakas to express the emotions of the characters. And although the characters often have excessively extroverted expressions. This is in contrast to the accepted code of conduct in Japan, which requires calmness and restraint.
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The hair - the hair in anime series is often scattered and unnaturally colored or is uniquely designed. The movement of the hair in the anime is exaggerated and the movement of the hair is sometimes used to emphasize the emotions of the characters. One of the reasons why characters have different hair colors is that it is easier to tell two characters apart when one has yellow hair and the other has black hair, than it does between two characters who both have black hair.
The Body - The body proportions of human anime characters often accurately reflect the proportions of the human body in reality. Sometimes the artists who design the anime characters deliberately make changes to the body proportions of the characters so that the characters have a disproportionately small body compared to the character's head.
The face - in anime series, a wide variety of facial expressions are often shown to indicate different moods and thoughts that go through the minds of the characters.
Most of the characters have distinctly western characteristics: red-haired characters, or those with blue eyes or blond hair are common characteristics of anime characters, even if they are supposed to be of oriental origin. Some see this phenomenon as an expression of longing for the West. Some mangakas choose to give all their characters a distinctly Japanese appearance. Here are coloring pages of anime girls that are suitable for adults because of their complexity. To print the page you would like to color, click on page and then click Ctrl+P. You can also save the coloring page in your computer and print later. Have fun!
PS- To save paper and help our planet, you can print on used pages, on the blank side ♥
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Pokemon Day - February 27

On February 27, 1996, Pokemon - the video game of the Japanese company Nintendo - went live.
Pokemon are pocket monsters that first appeared in green and red. The green Pokemon came out only in Japan, and the red one came out outside Japan as well. It was designed by Satoshi Tajiri, a Japanese computer game designer who grew up in Tokyo and was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome.
At first there were 150 Pokemon and "Mew", number 151 which was unknown or achievable. Today, in 2020, there are 890 Pokemon divided into eight generations.

Pokemon are creatures of different sizes with different traits and abilities. Many of them are based on living creatures like dinosaur, mouse, fish, bird and more, and some are on plants like coconut tree, stills like mug, teapot, keychain and more.
Pokemon are divided into eighteen types according to their traits and fighting abilities: In the first generation the types were presented: normal, fire, wind, water, earth, grass, poison, dragon, electricity, compression, ice, rock, supersensible, insect, flying and metal. The second generation also featured the dark and the sixth generation the fairy (which was already introduced in the first generation but without meaning).

Pokemon have spectacular and natural fighting abilities with each type of different ability such as: blowing fire, shooting water, generating electricity, freezing, telekinesis and more.
Anyone who plays Pokemon is called a Pokemon Trainer. The trainer gets the Pokemon among the Pokemon where he captures them by Pokémon. After the Pokemon are in the hands of the trainer, he trains them and strengthens them so that they can fight the Pokemon of other Pokemon trainers. To train fight in institutes, places where coaches fight against opponents' Pokemon.
Following the game's great popularity, a TV anime series was released in 1997 that followed a 10-year-old boy named Ash Katcham from the city of Palt on his adventures on his way to fulfilling his life dream of becoming the greatest Pokemon trainer of all time.
In 2016 came out the game Pokemon Go, an augmented reality video game designed for smartphones, where players would search for the Pokemon in the actual space where they are, capture them and train them in real places where the battles took place in augmented reality.

How to celebrate Pokemon Day?
Today is your day to become Pokemon trainers. If you do not have the game on your smartphone, download the app (for free) and start capturing Pokemon everywhere you go. If you are already a Pokemon trainer, you can participate in the Pokemon Day celebrations that start today and last until March 2 at 21:00 according to Pacific Time (PST).
Learn more about Pokemon Day celebrations

Son Goku coloring Pages

Coloring pages of Son Goku​. Son Goku (Japanese: 孫 悟空) also briefly known as Goku, is the main character in the Japanese TV series and manga "Dragon Ball". It was originally created as a comic book character by Akira Toriyama, and his character is based on Sun Wakong's ((Monkey King) main character in the novel "Journey to the West". Goku was portrayed as a strange boy with a monkey tail, who practices martial arts and has superhuman power in his hand. Although it was commonly thought at the beginning of the series that Goku was a human, it was later discovered that he was part of a race called the "Saiyans", an alien race of primate-like ones and whose real name is Cacaruto. 

Goku has extraordinary abilities such as: extreme power, unusual speed, fast reflexes, impressive endurance, and the ability to create energy waves that come from the "power". When he was a child, Goku held in his possession a magical stick that would lengthen and shorten as instructed. In addition he received a cloud on which he could ride vast distances. He used it a lot in the Dragon Ball series, but after he started learning the aviation technique he used it less and less gradually (so he bequeathed it to Gohan).
The fighting move associated with Goku is the "Kamehameha". In this attack he releases a wave of energy, and this is what he learned from his first teacher Master Roshi. Another technique identified with it is "Kaiō-ken", which allows the fighter to double his strength and speed while exerting enormous pressure on the body. His most powerful technique is the "Genki-Dama". This technique uses the energy found in nature and the living creatures in the environment to create a large energy sphere.
Here are the coloring pages of Son Goku. Choose the drawing of Son Goku that you want to paint, print and color for your enjoyment. If it failed or you want to paint differently and use other colors, no problem, you can go back and print again.
To print the page you would like to color, click on page and then click Ctrl+P. Have fun!

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