Saitama — the Powered Up Version

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It’s Anime Thursday! Today we have two versions of SAITAMA, also known as the One-Punch Man!

Anime artists draw Saitama two different ways for comical effect. This version is a more serious style, depicting a powered up, more threatening Saitama. This is the version you normally expect manga/anime heroes to look like, but the funny thing is that Saitama doesn’t always look this way, much to the surprise of many of his enemies.

In a separate video I will explain the fascinating story of how the One-Punch Man manga was created. I believe there’s a lesson there for all of us, so stay tuned!

I hope you enjoy this tutorial. Be sure to watch the first tutorial for Saitama. Click here to check it out! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEdbKmxUv_k

Happy drawing,
Ramny

From WIKIPEDIA:

“Saitama is currently the most powerful known being alive in the entire universe, possessing infinite strength, speed, reflexes, stamina, and complete invulnerability. Though his powers are limited to improvements on typical human traits (e.g., he cannot fly or project energy), his physical capabilities are so advanced that no enemy has ever managed to harm him in any way. Saitama holds back in all of his fights in an effort to entertain himself, but almost all opponents he faces are defeated with a single, nonchalant punch. As a result of his immensely overwhelming power, no opponent has ever been able to get him to even try to draw out all of his strength in a fight, with Boros, who was capable of destroying a planet, noting that Saitama still had plenty of strength to spare upon defeat. Consequently, the upward extent of Saitama’s power is still unknown.”

P.S. Here’s the colouring page for you to download and enjoy!

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I’m a schoolteacher who has always loved to draw. One day, one of my students said, “Can you teach me how to draw Baymax from Big Hero Six?” Thus, the channel was born!

I’m a big nerd who loves comic books, action figures, and movies. I live in the USA, but I’m actually Filipino-Canadian.

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