There are many ways that fan artists express their love for an anime franchise. Some make illustrations, others make figures, others make 3D prints of endless pieces that confirm a spectacular plastic model, and others, like the Twitter user “@TobynJacobsThey go one step further.
In a recent post, the popular Twitter user revealed that he built a 30-foot (around 9.14-meter) tall panel based on Makima of Chainsaw Man. However, due to his great height, he could not stand upright for a long time, which is why he only has one photograph available. Even so, it is still an impressive construction that definitely surprised more than one person, especially its neighbors.
Makima is not the only time he has built huge panels, since he has previously done the following works:
- VTuber Mori Calliope.
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- Misato Katsuragi (Neon Genesis Evangelion).
- Sayaka Maizono (Danganronpa).
- VTuber Used Pekora, Houshou Marine, Akai Haato.
But how do you build them? No, he doesn’t get a giant printer and a giant sheet of paper to make his creations. His huge panels are created from the union of hundreds of smaller panels, which he prints separately and finally joins to create the complete panel. In one of his videos he shows the creative process where he confirms this construction process.
Your huge creations might confuse your neighbors, but they might be even more confused if they entered your house. The user has shared some photographs of the interior of his rooms, and although we can see that he has a spectacular ability to handle paper and origami, it is definitely something to talk about.
Fountain: @TobynJacobs on Twitter
The entry Someone dedicated a ten meter monument to Makima was first published on Kudasai.