Inuyasha: Inu no Taishou

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Inuyasha: Inu no Taishou Runs to Save His Family
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Added 10/15/2011
Updated 12/30/2011
This is a fantastic rough sketch of Inu no Taishou (Inuyasha and Sesshoumaru's father) from the third Inuyasha movie "Swords of an Honorable Ruler". Screenshot pictured next to it. This is from the beginning of the movie where Inu no Taisho has finished talking with Sesshoumaru and transforms into his dog demon form to go save Izayoi and baby Inuyasha.

I have to give a big thanks to ReiTheJelly for letting this one go! This is such a cool shot of Inuyasha's father and I'm really thankful she allowed me to buy it from her collection of movie sketches! (Her other Inu no Taishou sketch from this cut can be viewed here). I never thought I would be able to get a shot of this character because Inu no Taishou is extremely rare and has only been seen a few times in the show, so I'm really happy to include him in my Inuyasha collection! It's such a great looking rough sketch, and I absolutely love the three little drawings scribbled on the bottom right to show the animators how he runs in his youkai form. Too cute!

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 sketch appears at about 1:40. 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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