Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboards

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboards

As we saw from their hilarious textbook doodles not too long ago, Japanese school children seem to be bursting at the seams with creativity. Now, with the slightly more public and temporary space of a classroom blackboard, some students with encouraging teachers were able to create some very impressive murals.

The bulk of these works were tweeted by one Kami-chan and seemed to have been made by a group of three students called “Kaiteru” over the previous school year.

Sakura/Autumn Leaves Scene (18 October, 2012)

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

Naruto (26 October, 2012)

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

Fairy Tail (2 November, 2012)

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

One Piece (14 November, 2012) With all the artists

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

By itself

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

And a making-of shot

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

Evangelion (21 November, 2012)

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

Naruto (29 November, 2012)

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

Spiderman (5 December, 2012)

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

Partially erased and mustachioed Dragon Ball

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

And of course, the original (11 January, 2013)

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

Mixed Mural (9 March, 2013)

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

Attack on Titan (31 May, 2013)

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

According to comments written online, these guys take about an hour or two to make the murals, but mistakes can sometimes set them back to about three and a half hours. They also insist that they get all their studying done.

Or course these blackboard murals aren’t all done by these guys. Others seemed to have picked up where Kami-chan and friends left off.

Dr. Stump by Ame (6 April, 2013)

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

Legend of Zelda by Akachokobo (16 July, 2013)

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

One Piece by Chiyu Ponkechu (24 August, 2013)

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

Devil May Cry by Unyai (1 July, 2013)

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

Howl’s Moving Castle (19 July, 2013)

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

Just to show it’s not all about manga, anime and games, here’s a nice rendition of Takashi Kanemitsu from the comedian duo Plus Minus. (7 August, 2013)

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

Finally the pièce de résistance, an incredibly well-shaded rendition of Da Vinci’s The Last Supper done on a blackboard tweeted by Lupica on 2 November, 2012.

Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboardsSource: Twitter

Well, kids, you’ve just blown our minds.

Source: Twitter – #黒板に描いてみた (Japanese), via Kotaku US (English)

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Saiyans, pirates, and Jesus all come alive on Japanese blackboards