Fan Art imagines the main characters of Beastars in their human version

Beastars is a series of anime Produced by Orange Studio based on the manga of the same name written and illustrated by Paru Itagaki.

The animation production was ranked 51st in the 2016 Weekly Junior Championship; the animation was released exclusively by Netflix in Japan on October 8, 2019 and was officially released in Japan by Fuji Network on October 9, 2019. On December 26, 2019, the second season from anime leaving fans eager for this new stage.

A bit about Beastars

The story takes place in a world of civilized anthropomorphic animals with a cultural divide between carnivores and herbivores. Legosi, a large gray wolf, is a shy and quiet student in the Academia Cherryton , where he lives with several carnivorous students, including his friend Labrador Jack. As a member of the school’s Drama Club, Legosi works as a set designer and supports the club’s actors, led by star student Louis, a deer. But suddenly Tem the alpaca is brutally killed and eaten at night, creating a wave of unrest and suspicion among the herbivorous and carnivorous students. At the same time, Legosi has a fateful encounter with Spring, a white dwarf bunny, and begins to develop complex feelings for her.

Fan Art imagines the main characters of Beastars in their human version

Photo: Studio Orange

This great story has captivated hundreds of viewers and was even the first approach for many of the furry stories. However, we cannot deny that those of us who were able to see this great story were curious to see the main characters in a more human way since some people were even captivated by these great personalities, that is why artists like Devil- Nutto have made this situation a reality.

Fan Art imagines the main characters of Beastars in their human version

Illustration: Devil-Nutto

In this illustration we can see the human form (from left to right) Juno, Haru, Legoshi and Louis in a 2D anime style, however, their features are already completely human but taking up some aspects of their animal form such as the characteristic color their fur, the color and shape of their eyes and of course the heights of each one of them.

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