Fan tributes to the Dragon Ball Z they are always numerous and presented in the most varied of ways. From simple fan art to cosplay, many fans have shared their creations dedicated to Goku and his companions on social media. In a recent Dragon Ball Z fanart, Goku was portrayed in the style of...Dragon Ball Z!

Obviously the fan illustration differs from that of the anime. But they really are special tribute to the Dragon Ball series that attract more attention. A fan drew the fight between Gohan and Cell in a traditional Japanese style, and given the internet's appreciation, he continued to do ukiyo-e style illustrations.

The Twitter account @shinohara_kenta shared a very special video by two Dragon Ball Z fans where we see this Krillin characters launch a Kamehameha in stop motion. Yamanaka Misaki and Kasubuchi Rio's short film manages to convey a really realistic sense of movement, with the statuette of Goku's best friend performing some really fluid attack moves. An alarm clock can be seen in the background of the video, the hands of which scroll as the animation progresses: This gives an idea of ​​how long it took the two boys to create it perfectly stop motion video.

A tribute to Dragon Ball Z singular and above all based on a character who is usually a little mistreated, but really well done and spectacular.


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