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By Andrew LeopoldAssociated Press”When I was a kid, my mom and dad would draw anime characters on a white board and I’d think, ‘That’s cool, it’s just a cartoon.’
But now, I have my own collection of them, and they’re super fun.
I think they’re really unique.”—(Anime coloring pages)—For the first time, fans are getting to experience a new kind of cartoon that draws on anime.
With an array of new anime-themed coloring pages available on the site, fans can now paint their favorite characters from the animated series they love on the pages of their favorite anime.
In addition to the anime-inspired pages, there are other fun, original art and character illustrations that are available on anime coloring page.
Some of the pages are animated, while others are created by fans and posted by fans themselves.
A handful of pages feature character designs and art from popular anime series like Gundam Wing and Naruto Storm 3.
One page that’s really great is the “Anime Dog” page, which features two cartoon dogs sitting on a tree with their heads facing each other.
The page features a wide variety of characters, including a dragon, a giant frog, a kamui and a kaiju, among others.
The first line of this page, for example, is written by artist Natsumi Ishikawa.
“It was just me and a pencil,” she told Reuters, “I’ve done many anime characters before and this was my first time drawing anime dogs, and I was really happy to make them my own.”
She also drew the dog with two arms.
“I thought it would be really cool to be able to use those two arms and draw a dog that could be friendly, which was very exciting.”
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