Chainsaw Man He left all his fans hanging by a thread of emotion with the last episodes that were produced adapting the complex original plot of the manga. Where Power has positioned himself as one of the most enigmatic and attractive characters.
That is why over the last few months we have seen an impressive number of tributes in the immense disciplines of cosplay and Fan art. In this last category we have actually seen an even more curious phenomenon.
Since throughout 2023 there has been an absolute furor over the use of Artificial Intelligence platforms to generate pieces of digital art with hyperrealistic details.
Where in each and every case we see works that are perfectly feasible to carry out by any human being with technical mastery of current graphic design tools.
However, it is also true that the creation of these pieces would take hours and even entire days of work, when platforms such as DALL-E or Midjourney can develop these images in a matter of seconds.
So Chainsaw Man has not been able to escape this trend and we have seen a large number of tributes created with the support of this technology. Like the case we share today.
Chainsaw Man’s Power looks more flirtatious and real than ever with this Fan Art created by AI
In recent days, a piece of digital art has gone viral in honor of the character of Power, the blood demon who has become one of the most beloved characters of the entire twisted cast that makes up the plot of Chainsaw Man.
In this case we undertook the task of trying to trace the real origin of the image, since in most recent cases no attribution was marked to the original author of the piece of work. Fan art.
But it is not until recently that it has gained greater popularity thanks to its new proposal, where it recurrently shares different pieces of digital art, such as this work in honor of Power:
The four images show us the demon in a casual and even seemingly harmless situation, with a homely and frankly attractive look for fans of this type of works that show iconic characters as waifus.
The rest of the author’s work tends to be more spicy and objectionable, but in the case of Power we have a relatively tender tribute.