Family Traits: The Fantastic Bestiary of a Father and His Sons, artbook set for 2019

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UDON Entertainment announced its new release its new hardcover English edition of the critically acclaimed Family Traits: The Fantastic Bestiary of a Father and His Sons  set for early 2019.

Family Traits: The Fantastic Bestiary of a Father and His Sons is the collective creative work of a family passionate about artwork, where animator Thomas Romain adapts the drawings of his two young sons into beautiful watercolor illustrations. Thomas Romain, an artist and animator whose credits include Bodacious Space Pirates, Macross Delta, Space Dandy, and Phoenix Wright spin-off Dai Gyakuten Saiban, discovered that sons Itsuki, age 9, and Ryunosuke, age 10, were following in his footsteps by creating original characters and the worlds they inhabited. A drawing by Ryunosuke provided the spark of collaboration. From there, father and sons began creating characters that showcased their love of adventure, robots, monsters and machines.

Family Traits features dozens of original character designs, creative commentary from both father and sons, rough concepts, bonus illustrations, and more!

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“I hope that – beyond the newbie and professional artists, beyond the fans of pop-culture and art lovers – this book will simply succeed in gathering around it parents and children,” Romain says. “Devour these few pages with great appetite, let yourselves be drawn in by its playful side – compare the images, choose your favorite characters, amuse yourselves by imagining other scenes, let your imagination run wild!”

Family Traits: The Fantastic Bestiary of a Father and His Sons is set for release on February 26, 2019. Ask for it your local comic store or retail bookstore. For more info, visit UDON at udonentertainment.com.

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