Zakaria Shalih

Teen Titans 2003-style U29
Teen Titans 2003-style U29 by Zakaria Shalih (@Masonicon)

Sora, Riku, Kairi, Donald, Goofy, Ash, Misty, Tracey, Melody, Robin, Starfire, Beast Boy, Raven, Taichi, Yamato, Sora, Koshiro, Mimi, Joe, Takeru, Hikari, Recca, Domon, Fuko, Mikagami, Koganei, Isami, Toshi, and Soshi from Kingdom Hearts, Pokemon anime, Teen Titans 2003 cartoon, Digimon, Flame of Recca, and Soar High! Isami respectively in the animated Teen Titans' native art-style, as the part of my own approach of Style challenge

Initially, I wanted to try the Detective Conan style for drawing all of them, but I ended up using Teen Titans 2003 animated series art style for a simple reason: I like Teen Titans 2003 better than the Detective Conan animanga series

  • Sora, Riku, Kairi, Donald, and Goofy © Square Enix and Disney
  • Ash, Misty, Tracey, and Melody © Nintendo and the Pokemon company
  • Robin, Starfire, Beast Boy, and Raven as well the Art style used to drawn this artwork © DC Comics, Warner Bros, and Glen Murakami
  • Taichi, Yamato, Sora, Koshiro, Mimi, Joe, Takeru, and Hikari © Toei Animation, Bandai, and Akiyoshi Hongo
  • Recca, Domon, Fuko, Mikagami, and Koganei © Shogakukan and ANzai Nobuyuki
  • Isami, Toshi, and Soshi © Gisaburo Sugii and NHK
  • this artwork © Zakaria Shalih

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