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Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Special Art of the Day #260: Zootopia Re-Animated

Zootopia Anime by doraemonbasil
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And so we ask ourselves, what would Zootopia have looked like had it been done in a different animation style? To try and answer that question, we present a collection of Zootopia fanart showing the characters as reimagined by various other animation studios.

Enjoy, and don't forget to shoe the original artists some love by clicking on the source links.

Get your art after the break!

Nick and Judy 1920's animation style.  I dunno; this look as little more like the Fleischer Studios that Disney to me.
Busted by jackorjohn
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Okay, now THIS is Ub Iwerks
Rubberhose Nick by @HenriekeDraws
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Here's Nick as he might have appeared in a Disney short, Circa 1947
Golden Age Nick by @HenriekeDraws
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And in an early 60's Hanna-Barbera TV production.  
(I was so impressed by this pic and the other two above, that I began following the artist in Twitter.) 
Hanna Barbera Nick by @HenriekeDraws
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Nick and Judy as rendered by Tex Avery.  She looks more like Jessica Rabbit than Red-Hot Riding Hood, but the way he's drawn is priceless!
Sexy Dress Judy by WDavidStephens37
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As drawn by Tim Burton
Zootopia - burtonized by nik159
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Here are Nick and Judy in the style fo the film that helped to inspire Zootopia, Disney's Robin Hood.
May I keep you ? by Alantka
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...which leads us to the next two images, Zootopia as re-imagined by Don Bluth.
Nothing to Worry About by kosperry
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Don Bluth actually worked on both Robin Hood and The Fox and the Hound before striking out on his own
This Better Work by kosperry
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Nick and Judy by Bill Melendez, the creator of the Peanuts animated TV Specials  (A Charlie Brown Christmas, It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, etc.)
Peanuts Style Zootopia by raptorchap
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And now let's get into a little Zootopia Anime, shall we?
Zootopia On Anime II by kinom
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A fictitious magazine cover showing Nick, Judy and the rest of the Zootopia gang as rendered by Osamu Tezuka, the creator of Astro-Boy and The Amazing Three.  (Judy is definitely channeling Bokko in this pic.)
AstroboyZootopia by @kit_otaikuji
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Next, a pair of images showing Nick and Judy in the style of a pair of Studio Ghibli classics
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Porco Rosso
Volpe Rosso by あしゃこ
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Howl's Moving Castle
Howls' Moving Castle corssover by あしゃこ
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You have to love Nick's face in this one.
Zootopia anime 3 by doraemonbasil
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And now some pics featuring Zootopia in Nicktoons / Cartoon-Network / Etc. form.

Rocko's Modern Life.  (We actually featured a whole gallery of of these earlier.)
Zootopia’s Poster in 1993 or 90′s style! by rockosedits
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The Fairly Oddparents  (From the story series, Fairly Odd Zootopia. on DeviantArt)
Zootopia in Fairly Oddparents Style by fairytalesartist
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Invader Zim
Jhonen Vasquez Style .:Zootopia:. by pzliu
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The Amazing World of Gumball
Judy Hopps Gumball Style by megarainbowdash 2000
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Nick in the style of Sonic the Hedgehog.
Nick Wilde - Sonic Style by silveralchemist09
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Judy in the same style
Judy Hopps - Sonic Style by silveralchemist09 
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Powerpuff'd Nick and Judy


「ニクジュディつめ+通販開始のお知らせ by Knao_Makoto

 Pokemon, of course,is not just an animated series but also a video game.
Zootopia Pokemon by MeckelFoxStudio
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And that leads us to two pictures of Nick and Judy as they might appear in an animated video game.
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Night in the Woods
Night in Zootopia by WinterFrostDragon
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Five Nights at Freddy's
Five Nights at Zootopia by atomicphoton
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We close with an image of Nick and Judy as they might have appeared in the animated music video for the song Take on Me by a-ha. 
Zootopia - Take On Me by weischede
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Until next time...

2 comments:

  1. Loved this selection of Zootopia art! These characters really transcend their origins. I really liked the Sonic, Pokemon, and particularly the Studio Ghibli styles!

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  2. HOLY SMOKES--my two most favorite things together! a-ha was my first fandom...waaaaay back in 2000, when the internet was so much younger and much more innocent! Been across the big pond 8 times to see them--thanks for the memories :-)

    --CS

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