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One Piece: Artificial Intelligence is a real school version of Yamato | Spaghetti code

Date: April 20, 2024 Time: 05:48:23

The One Piece anime series is one of the most loved at the moment as the sea adventures follow the Straw Hats as they keep going through funny situations to find what they are looking for.

One of the characters that gained attention was Yamato, also known as the Oni Princess, who showed great strength and determination and made it clear by defeating the Beast Pirates and escaping to where she wanted to escape.

This is what Yamato from One Piece would look like in real life

Via Instagram, user Mysmartarts shared an image of this One Piece character which he has given a unique and very special look with the help of artificial intelligence and the result will captivate everyone.

The artificial intelligence tool has become very popular in recent years, so fans of the anime world have taken the opportunity to take their favorites to the next level.

Source: Instagram/mysmartarts

It can be seen that the AI ​​has managed to respect the essence of this character, such as his white hair with green highlights and distinctive horns, and his eyes will attract the attention of all enemies.

On the other hand, you can see that she is wearing a different outfit which consists of an orange plaid skirt paired with a white blouse and a tie to match with a black bag. It seems that Yamato has somehow traveled to the real world and must go on a brutal mission to save his friends.

What do you think of this version of Yamato from One Piece?


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