Naohiro Shintani’s work with the dragon ball super: Broly movie is a huge major game-changer for the franchise. Dragon Ball fans have now seen a stylistic concept for the series’characters and action which they cannot (and don’t want to) unsee, resulting in a new wave of fan art inspired by Shintani designs!
Here’s an example we’ve to generally share today: some Dragon Ball Super artwork of Goku in a fight pose, given a Shintani makeover. Check that out below:
The first Dragon Ball Super design was done by Tadayoshi Yamamuro, who’s credited with being the largest influence on the modern Dragon Ball franchise, together with his “straight style” of character design, which depicted characters with very sharp and angular designs, and became some of the most viral Dragon Ball iconography to transport the franchise through the 2000s.
Shintani’s work on Dragon Ball Super: Broly has caused a major resurgence for the series more classic design of series pioneer Minoru Maeda, who oversaw the first Dragon Ball series and a lot of Dragon Ball Z’s first half. Maeda’s designs were much more rounded and soft, and his action scenes far more flesh-and-bone visceral than later high-speed, smack-n-vanish battles. Seeing Shintani style in Broly’s modern high-polish fashion was truly the truth – the one that so many fans are hoping will influence another Dragon Ball Super anime.
For more Shintani-style fan art:
Dragon Ball Super currently airs its English dub on Adult Swim through the Toonami programming block Saturday evenings at 11:00 p.m. It can be available to stream on Funimation and Amazon Video. The Japanese language release of the series is complete, and open to stream on FunimationNOW and Crunchyroll. The manga has chapters that can currently be read for free because of Viz Media. Dragon Ball Super: Broly will soon be releasing on Blu-ray and DVD on April 16.
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Maintain outperform with less target price (TP) of RM1.55: Crescendo Corp Bhd’s first nine months of financial year 2018 (9MFY18) core net profit (CNP) of RM32.6 million is in line at 77% of our full-year estimate. No consensus estimates available. Property sales of RM154.4 million may also be on course to meet up our target of RM221 million. No dividends were declared, as expected. There are no changes to the FY18 to estimated FY19 earnings.
Their 9MFY18 CNP registered a solid year-on-year (y-o-y) growth of 51% underpinned by Bandar Cemerlang decent improvements, namely in revenue (+21%) and earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation (ebitda) margins by two percentage points (ppts) to 27%. These improvements in revenue and margins are mainly due to decent progressive billings and contributions from industrial properties. Quarter-on-quarter (q-o-q), the third-quarter (3QFY18) CNP declined 43% mainly due to weaker revenue (-18%) stemming from lower property sales in industries.
Moving forward, Crescendo is trying to launch 24 units of cluster factories at Taman Perindustrian Cemerlang, 102 units of mid-market landed residential properties at Bandar Cemerlang, 54 units of shop offices at Bandar Cemerlang and Taman Desa Cemerlang as well as 426 units of affordable housing at Bandar Cemerlang and Tanjung Senibong in Johor with a mixed gross development value greater than RM300 million. Unbilled sales stood at RM168.4 million, providing one or more year’s visibility.
We make no changes to the FY18 estimate (E) to FY19E earnings estimates and keep our FY18E sales target at RM221 million. We maintain our “outperform” call after considering its decent sales performance and better mixture of industrial product sales coupled with improving profitability. However, we lower our TP to RM1.55 (from RM1.60) predicated on a current -1.0 standard deviation level historical revised net asset value discount of 76% (from 75%). We believe such valuation levels are fair considering its full experience of Johor. Our TP implies 9.2 times FY19E price-earnings ratio which will be below its historical average of 11 times.— Kenanga Research, Dec 26
permeable liner, and a figure or superstructure for supporting and reinforcing the sidewall. The frame assembly generally features a lower rail and a high rail to that your pool sidewall is attached. The liner is attached with an interior surface of the pool sidewall along an upper edge.
Swimming as an organized activity goes back in terms of 2500 b.c. in ancient Egypt. Actual swimming pools were invented in the very first century b.c. by the Romans. In Rome and Greece, swimming was area of the education of young boys. Many of the Roman pools were also heated using water diverted through piping from natural springs. The elaborate bathhouses constructed with marble and expensive gilding were very popular with the elite society but many people continued to swim in lakes and rivers. These bathing private pool were the precursors to current day swimming pools.
In Europe, many people refrained from building swimming pools because of the fear that infections could possibly be caught from infected swimmers. Europeans formed their first swimming organization in 1837 in London, which at that time had six indoor pools. The popularity of swimming pools did not begin to improve until after the very first modern Olympic games in 1896.
Raw materials for manufacturing swimming pools contain polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastic, galvanized steel or metal, fiberglass, concrete, and polyurethane foam. Adequate steel bars for reinforcing a concrete pool range in dimensions from 0.38 in (0.97 cm) to 0.75 in (1.9 cm) diameter (these values vary with regards to the structural requirements of the design). All piping employed for pool plumbing is a minimum of schedule 40 PVC or the same and should be stamped with American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) approval. The liners are typically plastics or similar materials.
The variety of designs for swimming pools are a reflection of the initial spatial and economic concerns of the consumer. Concrete pools are probably the most flexible with the ability to create any shape or configuration. Vinyl-lined pools are evolving into free form designs that can incorporate a larger variety of design options with fiberglass pools having probably the most restrictive design elements (one-piece construction designed at the factory). Design drawings are completed showing the particular layout of the pool, including shape, elevation, and size. An engineer provides soil and structural analysis assisting in the positioning and optimal design for a swimming pool installation.
Soil analysis is performed on all surfaces prior to installation to make certain a structurally sound pool. A swimming also needs to have a method that circulates the water from the underside of the pool to the surface to simply help in the caliber of the water. All pools must use grounded wiring and have breakers that protect from shorts within water lighting systems.