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This French Animator Uses His Sons' Doodles and Turns Them Into Fantastic Anime

In 2017, Thomas Romain started illustrating the animals, fantastical creatures, superheroes and other scenes and objects that his two young sons drew out of their own imagination.

Rakhi Bose | @theotherbose

Updated:November 27, 2018, 4:37 PM IST
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This French Animator Uses His Sons' Doodles and Turns Them Into Fantastic Anime
Thomas Romain and sons. Credit: Twitter/@ThomasRomain
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His YouTube channel's description reads, "How I turned my son's doodle into boss-like badass character that looks like it's straight out of a Japanese RPG or anime!" and that's exactly what French animator Thomas Romain has been doing.

In 2016, 41-year-old Romain who is credited for co-creating Code Lyoko, a French animation series with Tania Palumbo, started illustrating the animals, fantastical creatures, superheroes and other scenes that his two young sons, 12-year-old Ryunosuke and 10-year-old Itsuki, drew out of their own imagination. He ended up with a series of completely original anime characters and quickly gained a following after he started posting these images on his social media handles.

Romain refers to his and his sons' collaborative art venture as 'Father & Sons' Design Workshop'. Apart from individual artworks, the family has even put out an art book on their collaborations this year. The book is titled 'Traits de Famille', and is set to release in English after already being published in French and Japanese. They also run a YouTube channel where they put out 'process' videos and explain the artworks, which are extremely popular on social media with fans of Romain often commenting on the artist's ingenuity in bringing out the boys' creativity, interpreting it and turning their colourful, vivid doodles into unique works of professional-grade anime.





The Romain family's artworks can be seen on Patreon where they are trying to raise funds to help them expand on the project. Here are some of the most unique and quirky illustrations by the Romain trio:























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