Eye Candy Japanese Anime Art

Japanese anime has spread throughout the world and has become incredibly popular. It is hard to find a person who has never seen or just heard about anime. It possesses the original style that makes it so captivating for all fans. Today there are a lot of variations of animation and each of them features the special artistic style with distinctive stylistic elements. These styles vary from one artist to another and if you look attentively at some examples of Japanese anime art, you will certainly find out its author or studio according to the peculiar features.
Today I want to share with you the typical Japanese anime art created by digital artists. Here you will find everything you like about anime: cute characters with large sparkling eyes and big hair, elongated limbs and radiant smiles. I hope that you will like these eye-candy inspiring images.

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World is Mine by redjuice999

Japanese Anime

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Shinobu by redjuice999

Japanese Anime

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Japanese Birthday Dinner by takeru-san

Japanese Anime
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Anime Punch by Dreamkeepers

Japanese Anime

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Red Chair and Otaku Girl by redjuice999

Japanese Anime
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Shinobu 1by redjuice999

Japanese Anime
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Silent Mouths Gossip by hachiyuki

Japanese Anime
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Some Hetalia by Watapoku

Japanese Anime

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Falling Hearts by Midna01

Japanese Anime

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Cat Loves Ball by momokawaii

Japanese Anime

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Japanese by Black-Ichigo

Japanese Anime
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Japanese Schoolgirl by hokunin-d2ky1w9

Japanese Anime
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Little Sister by sketcher2007

Japanese Anime
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Nectareous Ninetales by kabukikatze

Japanese Anime

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14 Responses to Eye Candy Japanese Anime Art

  1. Anonymous says:

    It’s insulting to see redjuice’s work shown in the same post as some of these bad DeviantArtists. What is even going on in the one titled “Japanese”, I don’t know. Those proportions are implausible, and not pleasingly so.
    Moreover, “Japanese Birthday Dinner”, “Anime Punch”, “Japanese”, and “Nectareous Ninetales” are not even close to the style; rather, some resemble western cartoon art.
    Please research further for your posts. I’m sure ten minutes of surfing the internet could garner you better results.

  2. b. says:

    Dear Mr. Anonymous…. calm your vag down.

  3. proper research says:

    Anon, um… you do know that the first anime EVER was stylized after Disney cartoons right? Megaman got his big eye and proportionality from a Japanese artist that loved Donald Duck.
    Also, occasionally “great” art and “ok” art are both actually great. Art is in the eye of the beholder.

  4. Madao Ansisup says:

    you really should surf the internet, for starter try reading something about history of japanese manga

  5. Kirby says:

    The anonymity of the internet affords some people the courage to be the douchebags they don’t have the balls to be in real life…

    I think this is a lovely collection.

  6. tarokiro says:

    Great Photos! I especially like Anime Punch, Red Chair Girl, and Shinobu! Really cool looking style!

  7. Zombie Overlord says:

    well b. not to say that you’re wrong, but to some people this is insulting. I am one such person that takes this as offensive to “anime art” as none of this is quite anime style

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  9. Eliasdishong says:

    Shush, enjoy the ones you like. Don’t ruin it for others.

  10. c. says:

    agree with this i do

  11. Jamesemallen says:

    i love anime so so so much!

  12. Btchplease1993 says:

    Can you draw? If not then stfu and stop b*tching.

  13. yakko says:

    Nope, it began in the early 1900′s with some expiremental films.