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Drawings appearing in the X interviews with other artists, like this with Taiyo Matsumoto:
They appear (everyone states in the forums) as if Oda drew them, but it's hard to believe he could adapt his style so well to so different artists. What do you think?
Yes, they are. One can clearly tell from the distinctive brush stroke, flow, and language of form. It's your typical Oda.
You should definitely try to get your hands on these artbooks as they show the great variety of styles Oda is actually able to cope with! (Besides his usual OP Color Illustrations you will find a vast number of other works in it, too. Most of them captured in various different styles other than his usual. Those are the cherry on a sundae!) If these little scribbles amaze you already you'll be completely blown away by the whole thing...
Last edited by ukimix; November 11, 2012 at 02:06 AM.
Yes, only an Oda fan can tell that I guess. That's why I can't, I like his style, it's very refreshing and uplifting but I don't like his designs, that's why I never got into One Piece.
In the drawings list ukimix linked, I can see his style in all of them, probably all except Jojo's bizarre's slightly. But in the monochrome walk drawings and specially matsumoto's one, that's a very personal and hard to master style. And on Toriyama's me being a fan of Toriyama, I see more of Toriyama than Oda, maybe I can see Oda in all of them if I search for it, but I don't know. Gotta believe I guess, he is very good I should say.