Making Anime Faces Is Hard In Real Life

Making Anime Faces Is Hard in Real-Life

You know sometimes the expressions you see in anime are incredibly exaggerated? They look hard to pull off in real life. Turns out they are.

Picture: Kinoshita/Twitter

This is Sekaichizu Kinoshita, whom Kotaku first introduced earlier this year. Kinoshita has been trying to make a name for himself as the guy who imitates the various twisty facial expressions found in Jojo's Bizarre Adventure. He's pretty good at it too!

Previously, Kinoshita was only comparing his expressions to the manga original, but this month, he's been tweeting photos with the anime versions too. The result -- manga, anime and human -- makes for a fascinating comparison.

Below, you can see photos from Kinoshita's Twitter.

Making Anime Faces Is Hard in Real-Life
Making Anime Faces Is Hard in Real-Life
Making Anime Faces Is Hard in Real-Life
Making Anime Faces Is Hard in Real-Life
Making Anime Faces Is Hard in Real-Life
Making Anime Faces Is Hard in Real-Life
Making Anime Faces Is Hard in Real-Life
Making Anime Faces Is Hard in Real-Life
Making Anime Faces Is Hard in Real-Life
Making Anime Faces Is Hard in Real-Life
Making Anime Faces Is Hard in Real-Life

Oh, it also seems he's been pulling off Jojo poses around Osaka.

Making Anime Faces Is Hard in Real-Life

In front of the Tower of the Sun.

Making Anime Faces Is Hard in Real-Life

At Universal Studios Japan.

Making Anime Faces Is Hard in Real-Life

At a recent Doraemon exhibit.

For more anime hijinks, follow Kinoshita on Twitter.

せかいちず きのした先生 [@kinosensei]


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