Eiichiro Oda began his manga career at the age of 17, when his one-shot cowboy manga Wanted! won second place in the coveted Tezuka manga awards . The One Piece Color Walk 1 book contains in particularly the Color spreads between Chapter 1 and Chapter Color spreads between chapter 1 and chapter Interview with Eiichiro Oda and Akira Toriyama (Dragon Ball). Eiichiro Oda,ONE PIECE Oda Eiichiro Art Book COLOR WALK,BOOK listed at CDJapan! Get it delivered safely by SAL, EMS, FedEx and save with CDJapan.
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That's how you are completely different from me. If that was the case [for me], I'm sure it would be fun. Q: From here, we'll start talking about characters. Can you tell us each of your favorite character from your manga? Toriyama: I believe mine would be Piccolo. He was the first character in my manga where I was like, "He has a scary face, but he's so cool! Oda: That's right. It makes the readers happy as well. There is a part of you that gets happy even though you knew it was going to happen.
Toriyama: Yep, yep. Oda kun, which of your manga characters do you like? Oda: Me..? Of course, I like Luffy. But, the character that I like the most is Gaimon. It's hard to think of anyone better than him. Just a man who has been stuck in a treasure box for 20 years. I think that was an amazing setup myself. Toriyama: How did you think of his orientation in the first place?
Oda: In the beginning, he was in a barrel. But I have no idea how it evolved. Oda: No, I go with the 'flow'. I cherish what 'grooves' I get into. First, I draw really rough sketches of the new characters. When doing that, I always write down a line or two with them. It just happens naturally, I don't even think about it. The first thing the character says usually helps in the long run to build his personality. Toriyama: Yeah I see what you mean there. Oda: The character develops based upon what I'm thinking, "This guy might say something like this!
We both go about it differently, but how we begin to imagine things is similar! Oda: Really!? Toriyama: So, all of that creativity which makes your readers really happy just comes out naturally? Or are you trying to suck-up to the readers? Oda: Both. Toriyama: Allright, well say you drew something without going for a 'punch line, does it change in the middle?
But then, I like the fact in itself of having everyone be happy with what they see. Toriyama: Yeah, you're the same as me in that regard as well. Oda: OH! From when I was very little, I had decided that I would become a manga artist. So, I thought up, "things that I would draw when I become a manga artist" from my readership days.
I still have a large supply of those ideas, and so I still have lots of data from as a reader, in my head. So, there is like a part of me that thinks drawing something would make the readers happy.
Unfortunately, how I perceive things now is different from how [modern] boys perceive things, but when I draw I keep in mind of, "What I would be happy to see if I read it when I was young? Toriyama: That is so important. You turn yourself into a young reader again on purpose. Oda: Yes. So, I really can't trust others when they tell me the info should go like this way or that way.
But, if I think that I would be happy to have read this when I was a child, I can be proud of bringing my work into the world. Q: What did you think about when you created Luffy?
Oda: Manliness. Dragon Ball has already done all the things that a child could possibly be happy about. Toriyama: But, you really make your fans read an adventure series.
That is really hard to do with formulaic genre too. The feeling of "a man's world" really is nice. Everyone is a little shy of a 'masculine world', but I think everyone likes it in the end. Toriyama: Me too. Though, I always think, "So typical!!
Oda: But, if readers are happy with it. Toriyama: You simply end up drawing it that way, right? Q: In conclusion, can I ask you to offer encouraging words to each other?
That why I put partially because I can't middle of the anime. I have 3 favorite character is Luffy And my last one is Ace because he one of the best characters in one piece to me. I'm going to put Luffy's Pirates to best to worst. Luffy, 2. Zoro, 3. Nami, 4. Nico, 5. Brooke, 6. Frank, 7.
Chopper, and the worst is Usopp or something like that. I truely hate Usopp, I would love it Luffy Bazooka him off earth. Cirru 9. The manga is in a class all of its own. The story and characters all develop nicely. We get to see such a large variety of the different places of the world, which are tied in and mentioned later on not just forgotten.
There is a rich history of characters and events to draw from that continue to evolve as the manga progresses. Roger, Shiki the Golden Lion and others in their younger days would be fun to see. AZD-A9S 8. Years later he decides to become a pirate and forms his own team little by little.
Luffy's dream is to travel to One Piece and become the Pirate King. Currently watching this. There are definitely hilarious moments here in this Anime. This is best watched subbed. That's just my opinion. The comedy is kept fresh if you do watch it subbed or Raw as long as you know Japanese. Dubs just doesn't do it YHE This is the anime series that enlightens my mood. The plot is so light and there are mixed emotions including comedy and actions.. I really enjoy watching this anime, it makes me happy and at the same time I feel entertained.
I have watched this anime long time and it makes me addicted into it.