That's not true whatsoever. Obviously every episode isn't going to look the same. Obviously every artist does not draw the same. However, they're all made with a reference in mind. The two images I posted are obviously not done by the same artist, yet they still convey Dragon Ball's distinct look. They don't look wildly different, they look like they belong in the same show. You said there's no distinct style to Z or Super yet even in that picture you posted with all the different artists you can very easily see that while each one looks different, most of them still look they belong together. But it's like one of those puzzle games where you pick out the picture that doesn't belong. Koji Nashizawa's looks like a completely different show. His Goku is not even remotely similar to the rest. Tsuji's also stands out as well due to his long drawn out face yet small facial features. It stands out a bit but it's not terrible compared to the others.KameNinja45 wrote:There is no distinct look to Dragon Ball.
Shimanuki's work on Z looks absolutely nothing like it does in Super and while he's still done some nice work in Super he has many episodes where the characters just look like they do not belong, like it's an episode from some different, more moe-like anime with small faces and huge eyes. It's obvious to see that Z never had artwork that looked like this.
And why should I care about what other people think? This is my opinion, I'm not trying to impress or persuade anyone.KameNinja45 wrote:You might not think his artwork fits with Dragon Ball, and that's fine, but plenty of people do.