Dragonball: Krillin

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Dragonball: Krillin Fights Jackie Chun
Source: TV
Layers: 1
Sketches: 1
Cel Number: A5
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Added 4/1/2011
Updated 12/30/2011
This is a cel from the original Dragonball episode 24 "Krillin's Frantic Attack!". During the 21st World Martial Arts Tournament, Krillin gets worried when Jackie Chun manages to hit him with an attack that's too fast for him to see. Goku saw the attack and tells Krillin that he shouldn't worry because he can too if he tries since they've both had the same training. Goku's words encourage his friend to get up and focus on the fight.

I really like this cel because Krillin was a pretty fun character in the original series. Plus this scene happens during a good friendship moment with him and Goku, and I always liked the friendship/rivalry they shared in DB.

The sketch is a bit damaged because parts of it were stuck to the cel, but I saved most of what I could.(Also, the cel doesn't quite match the screen shot exactly as shown because I think the part where Krillin's arm wipes off his mouth was on a different layer which I don't have.)

I've also decided to add a youtube video of the scene in which each of my pieces of production art appears. (Just a warning that spoilers for the episode will be included). This cel appears at about 0:37. I hope some of you viewers out there enjoy these clips! Also, my apologies for any videos that may have become broken without my noticing. I edited these myself and are from my own youtube account, so I'll try to make sure they're running. xP










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