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Tekken’s Flip Book Animations are famous for their mesmerizing story telling capabilities.

Tekken is now well known for making flip book animations.  However, it wasn’t very long ago where he was working exclusively as a comedian.  Tekken’s comedic performances incorporated wearing weird makeup and a reversed mohican hairstyle.  Tekken had become a comedian after he had struggled to be manga artist. Tekken also tried different carear fields, such as pro wrestling and acting. After not finding the success he sought after, he then turned his attention to comedy.

One of the most important skills a stand up comedian has to master is definitely public speaking.  Tekken, on the other hand, is bad at public speaking.  However, he continued to make an effort to be successful as a comedian.

Then one day, out of the blue, his company asked him to make a flip book manga for one of the companies upcoming events.  The flip manga he made at that time caught the attention of the people in his company.  Since then, he has been asked to make multiple flip book manga animations for TV commercials, music videos, and so on.  Tekken’s break out animation was “Pendulum” which he chose “Exogenesis: Symphony Part 3 (Redemption)”  by MUSE.  The story portrayed is very moving and it became very popular on Youtube.  MUSE liked the video so much they decided to make it their official music video.

Tekken’s still works on his comedy acts while his animated stories are rich, thought provoking and insightful.  You can see a lot of comments under his Youtube videos, saying “It brought tears to my eyes”.

Here are some of Tekken’s flip animations.

http://youtu.be/KRO4JC0ayWE?t=14s
Pendulum : music “Exogenesis: Symphony Part 3 (Redemption)”  by MUSE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m7VjqC7ToFY
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