Goku’s Ultra Instinct is More Epic than Ever in New Fan Animation

Goku's Ultra Instinct is More Epic than Ever in New Fan Animation

Bosslogic is known for creating some striking digital art, and after animating Goku in his powerful Ultra Instinct form, he’s truly outdone himself!

The Saiyan known as Goku is Dragon Ball’s strongest and most well-known Z-Fighter, and now thanks to a new fan animation collaboration, his Ultra Instinct form is turned into an electrifying viral video of epic proportions!

A joint effort posted on Instagram by @bosslogic and @konceptochannel, these creators are known for their unique and intriguing takes on nerd culture and for creating art that simply looks cool. Focusing more on digital art, Bosslogic consistently posts content that any comic book, television, or movie fan would enjoy. Meanwhile, Juan Manuel is all about digital animation, as he frequently shares wild animated designs, text, and of course, nerd-related content.

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A piece that sees Juan Manuel animate Bosslogic’s badass Goku drawing as he ascends to a level of power unheard of in the Dragon Ball universe, Ultra Instinct is a technique that Goku has only mastered recently but is one that immediately turned into a fan-favorite form after its debut. Allowing Goku to act purely on instinct, this version of the character puts all of his other forms — Super Saiyan, Super Saiyan God, and *deep breath* Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan forms included — to shame.

Zoomed in and animated in shadow as electricity crackles around him, Goku is drawn floating high in the air against a dark background; his scary level of oncoming power immediately made known by the slowly increasing lightning surrounding his body. Backed by an audio track that has Goku yelling his way to this new transformation, the animation zooms out as lighting hits Goku full-on, giving way to an original beat that drops hard, finally presenting Goku in all of his Ultra Instinct glory.

Furthermore, a handful of rocks are seen floating in midair behind Goku after transforming, acting as a display of his new power, with Juan Maneul continuing to accent Bosslogic’s awesome art by subtly animating parts of Goku’s body, such as his arms, hair, and ripped pieces of clothing to maximim effect. Ending the animation with electricity crackling around Goku’s floating form, the image fades to black, where Goku’s silver hair becomes the last thing fans see before they watch this wildly creative video for a second, a third, and even a fourth time.

This artistic Dragon Ball collaboration between Bosslogic (@bosslogic) and Juan Manuel (@konceptochannel) has somehow made Goku even more badass than usual, so let’s hope this perfect Ultra Instinct piece isn’t the last time these two creative talents make something unique together!

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