the kemono book

Múltiples juegos de Kemono Friends Games están en proceso además de la nueva aplicación

El nuevo juego para móviles será parte del “Proyecto G” de re-lanzamiento de la franquicia  

El reparto del Anime para televisión de Kemono Friends reveló durante su transmisión especial de “9th Kemono Friends Hour” en Niconico Live el miércoles que múltiples nuevos juegos están en proceso, y no son el ya previamente anunciado nuevo juego para móviles de la franquicia. Sin embargo, el reparto todavía no reveló en que plataformas llegarán los nuevos proyectos. 

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lobo-loco812  asked:

How many Solatorobo art books are there? It's hard to keep track

There are three official Solatorobo artbooks

the Tail Concerto 16th Anniversary Artbook

and the Red Data Children light novel.

There’s also quite a few fanbooks which are endorsed by CC2 themselves and include some official art from the LTB staff.

In 2011, CC2 started selling these fanbooks

And in 2014 they complied them into the Solatorobo Fan Book Complete Collection

In 2013, CC2 started their Anthology Project which included the Solatorobon fanbooks

and although not completely Little Tail Bronx, the Kemono Books. Solatorobo’s artist, WAKA has contributed.

Recently, CC2 has seemed to have replaced The Kemono Book with the Kemono Magazine. There doesn’t seem to be any LTB content, but I feel like it’s worth mentioning.

Currently I am working full-time on a graphic novel production, which is why I haven’t posted for the past month or so. More information will be released about it when possible, but for now here’s a small teaser. To all my watchers & rebloggers, I hugely appreciate your patience & support in the meanwhile!

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Outside of the Starlet compilation, I also obtained two other books, including a HUGE compilation of the 8 Solatorobo fanbooks that CC2 released a while back. While extremely cheap (around $30) in comparison to the individual releases, its also fairly small in comparison, meaning that many of the images inside it are difficult to see due to their being so many pages (700+) in such a small book. Many run off into the corners, and its scary to open the book too widely as there is a decent chance it may break if opened too widely. 

Nonetheless, its an all right release and contains numerous sections of wonderful official and fanartwork among other things. Specifically, the book is split into 8 sections. Pages 2-3 depict a brief history of Solatorobo and the LTB series along with its releases. Pages 4-15 contain full color artwork by WAKA and an artist I cannot discern the name of, which is where the beach picture comes from. Pages 17-162 contain various pieces of artwork in black and white from a large variety of artists, some official and some not. A few example of such artwork is depicted above. A good portion of the book is dedicated to various short comics and manga, which is on pages 163-468. Once again, some examples of such pages are above. The types of stories are very varied, with some being very comedy and fanservice oriented and some quite serious, whith a couple expanding on the story of the game. One story in particular that I can tell the storyline of is one with very simple artwork about a boy playing Solatorobo himself and imagining the characters in the real world helping him get by and inspiring him. The next section of the book, which also makes up a good portion of it is rather boring, and is mostly made up of advertisements and guest comments found on pages 469-631. After that, there is a section with numerous small novels adding more to the story of the game on pages 632-707. Finally, at the end of the book is one small very interestingly drawn comic about a certain character who players may remember to “always be watching” which expands on the Red Data Children.

Besides the Solatorobo Fanbook, I also got a short 76 paged artbook titled “The Kemono Book”, which features various pieces of kemono/furry artwork from various fanartists, many of which fans may know from use of the website Pixiv. These artists include KIYA, koki, num, cham, chaikurox, and TOKKO, among others.The kinds of artwork depicted is very varied in style, but all of it shows a large amount of skill in the artists themselves. There’s also a bit of official artwork from CC2′s own WAKA and some mention of Solatorobo, which may be to some Solatorobo’s fans enjoyment. Finally, there are also a few short comics and even a poll at the end that CC2 took asking what sorts of kemono characters do fans like most. While not depicted in my pictures, if any of you are curious, just ask. I will also be willing to take more pictures if you like, though forgive me for the less than amazing quality of the pictures.

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Whew! this took a while…

This is partly the reason why i haven’t posted as much sketches here on Tumblr for the past few days. (the other being work haha)

This is for the CyberConnect2 Kemono Book 3 Twitter contest! 
It was super last minute, since it is due on June 9, and i found out about it on June 2 during hell week at work. I really wanted to work on this so i dug up ideas and old sketches i could use to make the pic and I was SUUUPER LUCKY to find an old composition from 2008, and decided to paint and edit on from there!

I rarely render things with background let alone crowd shots! Had to sacrifice a lot of sleep to finish this. 

But man it felt good to do a big piece like this. I hope can make time and have more energy to make more images of this level. Specially super happy for my friends who helped me in making this pic through feedback!

I also included an animated gif progression of the pic for those interested!

Now the long nervous wait begins! @___@

Also you can find me on twitter! https://twitter.com/BenbenCoo