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KILL la KILL (キルラキル) Animated Key-frames of Ryuko Matoi, Satsuki Kiryuin, The Four Devas and club leaders from KLK Opening #1, illustrated entirely by animator You Yoshinari (吉成 曜).

from The KILL la KILL Making Of Documentary (Part 2) (X)
as-warm-as-choco:

KILL la KILL (キルラキル) Animated Key-frames of Ryuko Matoi, Satsuki Kiryuin, The Four Devas and club leaders from KLK Opening #1, illustrated entirely by animator You Yoshinari (吉成 曜).

from The KILL la KILL Making Of Documentary (Part 2) (X)
as-warm-as-choco:

KILL la KILL (キルラキル) Animated Key-frames of Ryuko Matoi, Satsuki Kiryuin, The Four Devas and club leaders from KLK Opening #1, illustrated entirely by animator You Yoshinari (吉成 曜).

from The KILL la KILL Making Of Documentary (Part 2) (X)
as-warm-as-choco:

KILL la KILL (キルラキル) Animated Key-frames of Ryuko Matoi, Satsuki Kiryuin, The Four Devas and club leaders from KLK Opening #1, illustrated entirely by animator You Yoshinari (吉成 曜).

from The KILL la KILL Making Of Documentary (Part 2) (X)
TRIGGER MAGAZINE, Issue # 026, October 12, 2014
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sushiobunny:

chinchillalace:

Just three more sets after this post and the book will be done.
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Nonon’s minions are 3cute.
sushiobunny:

chinchillalace:

Just three more sets after this post and the book will be done.
First Set: X
Second Set: X
Third Set: X
Fourth Set: X
Fifth Set: X 
Sixth Set: X
Seventh Set: X

Nonon’s minions are 3cute.
sushiobunny:

chinchillalace:

Just three more sets after this post and the book will be done.
First Set: X
Second Set: X
Third Set: X
Fourth Set: X
Fifth Set: X 
Sixth Set: X
Seventh Set: X

Nonon’s minions are 3cute.
sushiobunny:

chinchillalace:

Just three more sets after this post and the book will be done.
First Set: X
Second Set: X
Third Set: X
Fourth Set: X
Fifth Set: X 
Sixth Set: X
Seventh Set: X

Nonon’s minions are 3cute.
sushiobunny:

chinchillalace:

Just three more sets after this post and the book will be done.
First Set: X
Second Set: X
Third Set: X
Fourth Set: X
Fifth Set: X 
Sixth Set: X
Seventh Set: X

Nonon’s minions are 3cute.
sushiobunny:

chinchillalace:

Just three more sets after this post and the book will be done.
First Set: X
Second Set: X
Third Set: X
Fourth Set: X
Fifth Set: X 
Sixth Set: X
Seventh Set: X

Nonon’s minions are 3cute.
sushiobunny:

chinchillalace:

Just three more sets after this post and the book will be done.
First Set: X
Second Set: X
Third Set: X
Fourth Set: X
Fifth Set: X 
Sixth Set: X
Seventh Set: X

Nonon’s minions are 3cute.
sushiobunny:

chinchillalace:

Just three more sets after this post and the book will be done.
First Set: X
Second Set: X
Third Set: X
Fourth Set: X
Fifth Set: X 
Sixth Set: X
Seventh Set: X

Nonon’s minions are 3cute.
sushiobunny:

chinchillalace:

Just three more sets after this post and the book will be done.
First Set: X
Second Set: X
Third Set: X
Fourth Set: X
Fifth Set: X 
Sixth Set: X
Seventh Set: X

Nonon’s minions are 3cute.
sushiobunny:

chinchillalace:

Just three more sets after this post and the book will be done.
First Set: X
Second Set: X
Third Set: X
Fourth Set: X
Fifth Set: X 
Sixth Set: X
Seventh Set: X

Nonon’s minions are 3cute.
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chinchillalace:

First 10 pages from the second Kill La Kill setting materials book.
I scanned the first book and put the scans on Minitokyo, but Minitokyo won’t take these scans for some reason…
chinchillalace:

First 10 pages from the second Kill La Kill setting materials book.
I scanned the first book and put the scans on Minitokyo, but Minitokyo won’t take these scans for some reason…
chinchillalace:

First 10 pages from the second Kill La Kill setting materials book.
I scanned the first book and put the scans on Minitokyo, but Minitokyo won’t take these scans for some reason…
chinchillalace:

First 10 pages from the second Kill La Kill setting materials book.
I scanned the first book and put the scans on Minitokyo, but Minitokyo won’t take these scans for some reason…
chinchillalace:

First 10 pages from the second Kill La Kill setting materials book.
I scanned the first book and put the scans on Minitokyo, but Minitokyo won’t take these scans for some reason…
chinchillalace:

First 10 pages from the second Kill La Kill setting materials book.
I scanned the first book and put the scans on Minitokyo, but Minitokyo won’t take these scans for some reason…
chinchillalace:

First 10 pages from the second Kill La Kill setting materials book.
I scanned the first book and put the scans on Minitokyo, but Minitokyo won’t take these scans for some reason…
chinchillalace:

First 10 pages from the second Kill La Kill setting materials book.
I scanned the first book and put the scans on Minitokyo, but Minitokyo won’t take these scans for some reason…
chinchillalace:

First 10 pages from the second Kill La Kill setting materials book.
I scanned the first book and put the scans on Minitokyo, but Minitokyo won’t take these scans for some reason…
chinchillalace:

First 10 pages from the second Kill La Kill setting materials book.
I scanned the first book and put the scans on Minitokyo, but Minitokyo won’t take these scans for some reason…
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chinchillalace:

More book scans!
First Set:X
if anyone cares, I do plan on scanning the whole book
chinchillalace:

More book scans!
First Set:X
if anyone cares, I do plan on scanning the whole book
chinchillalace:

More book scans!
First Set:X
if anyone cares, I do plan on scanning the whole book
chinchillalace:

More book scans!
First Set:X
if anyone cares, I do plan on scanning the whole book
chinchillalace:

More book scans!
First Set:X
if anyone cares, I do plan on scanning the whole book
chinchillalace:

More book scans!
First Set:X
if anyone cares, I do plan on scanning the whole book
chinchillalace:

More book scans!
First Set:X
if anyone cares, I do plan on scanning the whole book
chinchillalace:

More book scans!
First Set:X
if anyone cares, I do plan on scanning the whole book
chinchillalace:

More book scans!
First Set:X
if anyone cares, I do plan on scanning the whole book
chinchillalace:

More book scans!
First Set:X
if anyone cares, I do plan on scanning the whole book
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artbooksnat:

Fantastic Kill la Kill (キルラキル) illustration with seven kinds of Ryuko by right-handed key animator Hideki Nakagawa (中川英樹), whose favorite animations include FLCL and Sword of the Stranger. Along with the illustrations, each of the animators answers a cute little questionnaire in the TakePro (竹プロ) collection.
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sushiobunny:

animeslovenija:

I wish this was mine… but it’s not: 1,2,3,4,5,6 best I can do is make you suffer with me. Suffice to say, many people have their copies -_-

Soon.
sushiobunny:

animeslovenija:

I wish this was mine… but it’s not: 1,2,3,4,5,6 best I can do is make you suffer with me. Suffice to say, many people have their copies -_-

Soon.
sushiobunny:

animeslovenija:

I wish this was mine… but it’s not: 1,2,3,4,5,6 best I can do is make you suffer with me. Suffice to say, many people have their copies -_-

Soon.
sushiobunny:

animeslovenija:

I wish this was mine… but it’s not: 1,2,3,4,5,6 best I can do is make you suffer with me. Suffice to say, many people have their copies -_-

Soon.
sushiobunny:

animeslovenija:

I wish this was mine… but it’s not: 1,2,3,4,5,6 best I can do is make you suffer with me. Suffice to say, many people have their copies -_-

Soon.
sushiobunny:

animeslovenija:

I wish this was mine… but it’s not: 1,2,3,4,5,6 best I can do is make you suffer with me. Suffice to say, many people have their copies -_-

Soon.
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sushiobunny:

ryougasaotome:

Storyboards from the first opening of Kill la Kill. Hiroyuki Imaishi and Yoh Yoshinari were on storyboard duty for this, and it’s incredibly clear who did what. In this set it’s primarily Yoshinari’s work, which is evident in the extreme detail present even in the storyboard process. Imaishi on the other hand is almost incomprehensible to the average fan. Hahaha. 
This set only includes a single full page of Imaishi storyboards, but the difference is clear. It’s fascinating to look at two amazing creators and their drastically different techniques/processes.
From the Kill la Kill Animation Genga Collection.

Nui and Ragyou almost made it to the first OP? Interesting.
sushiobunny:

ryougasaotome:

Storyboards from the first opening of Kill la Kill. Hiroyuki Imaishi and Yoh Yoshinari were on storyboard duty for this, and it’s incredibly clear who did what. In this set it’s primarily Yoshinari’s work, which is evident in the extreme detail present even in the storyboard process. Imaishi on the other hand is almost incomprehensible to the average fan. Hahaha. 
This set only includes a single full page of Imaishi storyboards, but the difference is clear. It’s fascinating to look at two amazing creators and their drastically different techniques/processes.
From the Kill la Kill Animation Genga Collection.

Nui and Ragyou almost made it to the first OP? Interesting.
sushiobunny:

ryougasaotome:

Storyboards from the first opening of Kill la Kill. Hiroyuki Imaishi and Yoh Yoshinari were on storyboard duty for this, and it’s incredibly clear who did what. In this set it’s primarily Yoshinari’s work, which is evident in the extreme detail present even in the storyboard process. Imaishi on the other hand is almost incomprehensible to the average fan. Hahaha. 
This set only includes a single full page of Imaishi storyboards, but the difference is clear. It’s fascinating to look at two amazing creators and their drastically different techniques/processes.
From the Kill la Kill Animation Genga Collection.

Nui and Ragyou almost made it to the first OP? Interesting.
sushiobunny:

ryougasaotome:

Storyboards from the first opening of Kill la Kill. Hiroyuki Imaishi and Yoh Yoshinari were on storyboard duty for this, and it’s incredibly clear who did what. In this set it’s primarily Yoshinari’s work, which is evident in the extreme detail present even in the storyboard process. Imaishi on the other hand is almost incomprehensible to the average fan. Hahaha. 
This set only includes a single full page of Imaishi storyboards, but the difference is clear. It’s fascinating to look at two amazing creators and their drastically different techniques/processes.
From the Kill la Kill Animation Genga Collection.

Nui and Ragyou almost made it to the first OP? Interesting.
sushiobunny:

ryougasaotome:

Storyboards from the first opening of Kill la Kill. Hiroyuki Imaishi and Yoh Yoshinari were on storyboard duty for this, and it’s incredibly clear who did what. In this set it’s primarily Yoshinari’s work, which is evident in the extreme detail present even in the storyboard process. Imaishi on the other hand is almost incomprehensible to the average fan. Hahaha. 
This set only includes a single full page of Imaishi storyboards, but the difference is clear. It’s fascinating to look at two amazing creators and their drastically different techniques/processes.
From the Kill la Kill Animation Genga Collection.

Nui and Ragyou almost made it to the first OP? Interesting.
sushiobunny:

ryougasaotome:

Storyboards from the first opening of Kill la Kill. Hiroyuki Imaishi and Yoh Yoshinari were on storyboard duty for this, and it’s incredibly clear who did what. In this set it’s primarily Yoshinari’s work, which is evident in the extreme detail present even in the storyboard process. Imaishi on the other hand is almost incomprehensible to the average fan. Hahaha. 
This set only includes a single full page of Imaishi storyboards, but the difference is clear. It’s fascinating to look at two amazing creators and their drastically different techniques/processes.
From the Kill la Kill Animation Genga Collection.

Nui and Ragyou almost made it to the first OP? Interesting.
sushiobunny:

ryougasaotome:

Storyboards from the first opening of Kill la Kill. Hiroyuki Imaishi and Yoh Yoshinari were on storyboard duty for this, and it’s incredibly clear who did what. In this set it’s primarily Yoshinari’s work, which is evident in the extreme detail present even in the storyboard process. Imaishi on the other hand is almost incomprehensible to the average fan. Hahaha. 
This set only includes a single full page of Imaishi storyboards, but the difference is clear. It’s fascinating to look at two amazing creators and their drastically different techniques/processes.
From the Kill la Kill Animation Genga Collection.

Nui and Ragyou almost made it to the first OP? Interesting.
sushiobunny:

ryougasaotome:

Storyboards from the first opening of Kill la Kill. Hiroyuki Imaishi and Yoh Yoshinari were on storyboard duty for this, and it’s incredibly clear who did what. In this set it’s primarily Yoshinari’s work, which is evident in the extreme detail present even in the storyboard process. Imaishi on the other hand is almost incomprehensible to the average fan. Hahaha. 
This set only includes a single full page of Imaishi storyboards, but the difference is clear. It’s fascinating to look at two amazing creators and their drastically different techniques/processes.
From the Kill la Kill Animation Genga Collection.

Nui and Ragyou almost made it to the first OP? Interesting.
sushiobunny:

ryougasaotome:

Storyboards from the first opening of Kill la Kill. Hiroyuki Imaishi and Yoh Yoshinari were on storyboard duty for this, and it’s incredibly clear who did what. In this set it’s primarily Yoshinari’s work, which is evident in the extreme detail present even in the storyboard process. Imaishi on the other hand is almost incomprehensible to the average fan. Hahaha. 
This set only includes a single full page of Imaishi storyboards, but the difference is clear. It’s fascinating to look at two amazing creators and their drastically different techniques/processes.
From the Kill la Kill Animation Genga Collection.

Nui and Ragyou almost made it to the first OP? Interesting.
sushiobunny:

ryougasaotome:

Storyboards from the first opening of Kill la Kill. Hiroyuki Imaishi and Yoh Yoshinari were on storyboard duty for this, and it’s incredibly clear who did what. In this set it’s primarily Yoshinari’s work, which is evident in the extreme detail present even in the storyboard process. Imaishi on the other hand is almost incomprehensible to the average fan. Hahaha. 
This set only includes a single full page of Imaishi storyboards, but the difference is clear. It’s fascinating to look at two amazing creators and their drastically different techniques/processes.
From the Kill la Kill Animation Genga Collection.

Nui and Ragyou almost made it to the first OP? Interesting.
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sushiobunny:

Storyboard for episode 24’s ED by Kazuya Tsurumaki. Tsurumaki’s Ryuuko kinda looks like Kaworu.
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sushiobunny:

Some of Sushio’s fabled prototype designs for Kill la Kill, straight from “The Art of KLK” book. Picture course of an /a/non who has kindly promised to eventually scan it and upload it to the usual sources. And yes, that is Satsuki with short hair.
sushiobunny:

Some of Sushio’s fabled prototype designs for Kill la Kill, straight from “The Art of KLK” book. Picture course of an /a/non who has kindly promised to eventually scan it and upload it to the usual sources. And yes, that is Satsuki with short hair.
sushiobunny:

Some of Sushio’s fabled prototype designs for Kill la Kill, straight from “The Art of KLK” book. Picture course of an /a/non who has kindly promised to eventually scan it and upload it to the usual sources. And yes, that is Satsuki with short hair.
sushiobunny:

Some of Sushio’s fabled prototype designs for Kill la Kill, straight from “The Art of KLK” book. Picture course of an /a/non who has kindly promised to eventually scan it and upload it to the usual sources. And yes, that is Satsuki with short hair.
sushiobunny:

Some of Sushio’s fabled prototype designs for Kill la Kill, straight from “The Art of KLK” book. Picture course of an /a/non who has kindly promised to eventually scan it and upload it to the usual sources. And yes, that is Satsuki with short hair.
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artbooksnat:

Ragyou Kiryuuin wearing Shinra Koketsu, illustrated by Kill la Kill (キルラキル) character designer Sushio (すしお) in SUSHIO 4.5.
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artbooksnat:

Ryuko Matoi original animation drawings by Kill la Kill (キルラキル) character designer Sushio (すしお) in his 36-page Comiket 86 doujinshi SUSHIO4.5. 
artbooksnat:

Ryuko Matoi original animation drawings by Kill la Kill (キルラキル) character designer Sushio (すしお) in his 36-page Comiket 86 doujinshi SUSHIO4.5. 
artbooksnat:

Ryuko Matoi original animation drawings by Kill la Kill (キルラキル) character designer Sushio (すしお) in his 36-page Comiket 86 doujinshi SUSHIO4.5. 
artbooksnat:

Ryuko Matoi original animation drawings by Kill la Kill (キルラキル) character designer Sushio (すしお) in his 36-page Comiket 86 doujinshi SUSHIO4.5. 
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palibyte:

mako mako mako mako
animation soon, hopefully.
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artbooksnat:

Awesome Kill la Kill (キルラキル) initial design art of Ryuko Matoi by Little Witch Academia creator Yoh Yoshinari (吉成曜) in The Art of KLK Vol.1.
artbooksnat:

Awesome Kill la Kill (キルラキル) initial design art of Ryuko Matoi by Little Witch Academia creator Yoh Yoshinari (吉成曜) in The Art of KLK Vol.1.
artbooksnat:

Awesome Kill la Kill (キルラキル) initial design art of Ryuko Matoi by Little Witch Academia creator Yoh Yoshinari (吉成曜) in The Art of KLK Vol.1.
artbooksnat:

Awesome Kill la Kill (キルラキル) initial design art of Ryuko Matoi by Little Witch Academia creator Yoh Yoshinari (吉成曜) in The Art of KLK Vol.1.
artbooksnat:

Awesome Kill la Kill (キルラキル) initial design art of Ryuko Matoi by Little Witch Academia creator Yoh Yoshinari (吉成曜) in The Art of KLK Vol.1.
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artbooksnat:

Kill la Kill (キルラキル) concept art of Ryuko Matoi illustrated by character designer Sushio (すしお) in The Art of KLK Vol.1. Surprising to see at one point Ryuko looked more like Satsuki!
artbooksnat:

Kill la Kill (キルラキル) concept art of Ryuko Matoi illustrated by character designer Sushio (すしお) in The Art of KLK Vol.1. Surprising to see at one point Ryuko looked more like Satsuki!
artbooksnat:

Kill la Kill (キルラキル) concept art of Ryuko Matoi illustrated by character designer Sushio (すしお) in The Art of KLK Vol.1. Surprising to see at one point Ryuko looked more like Satsuki!
artbooksnat:

Kill la Kill (キルラキル) concept art of Ryuko Matoi illustrated by character designer Sushio (すしお) in The Art of KLK Vol.1. Surprising to see at one point Ryuko looked more like Satsuki!
artbooksnat:

Kill la Kill (キルラキル) concept art of Ryuko Matoi illustrated by character designer Sushio (すしお) in The Art of KLK Vol.1. Surprising to see at one point Ryuko looked more like Satsuki!