Chainsaw Man: 3D model of Pochita impresses fans
When manga has non-human characters within its narrative, live-action adaptations often resort to three-dimensional modeling to portray the character in real life. Although this doesn’t quite match the environment of the rest of the production, there is often no better way to portray these types of characters, especially due to budget limitations.
Perhaps the above and the possibility that Chain Saw Man Have a live action in the future, the artist”@nox3Dartist” shared a special video showing a three-dimensional model of the character Pochita, the adorable demon who accompanies Denji at the beginning of the story. It seems that the design has won over a lot of fans, especially with the amount of expressions and moving parts added to the model of the little devil mascot.
«I suddenly don’t like Pochita that much» ; «looks like a kiwi» ; «It’s honest, her Pikachu fur in Detective Pikachu a few years ago reminds me» ; «So cute and like a puppy, very sweet! Even his little fangs, tongue, eyes and fur» ; «The pork turned out very nice» ; «This is awesome, adorable in shape, and fits Pochita perfectly» ; some of the most significant comments were on social networks.
Summary for Chain Saw Man
The story takes place in a world where Demons threaten the peace of the people, making them targets for elimination. Denji is a depressed young man who sold some of his organs and works as a lumberjack and devil hunter to pay his late father’s debts. Denji (who is also a demon) has a dog named Pochita, who has a chainsaw and uses it to do his work.
This is explained by the fact that humans can make contracts with demons. After returning home from a job, Yakuza asks Denji to infiltrate a building and kill another demon. However, the plan to assassinate him turned out to be a trap as part of the Yakuza’s deal with the devil, which gained them more power. But Pochita comes to Denji’s aid and bonds with him, becoming half-man, half-demon and possessing Pochita’s chainsaw.
font: @nox3Dartist on Twitter