Eeljinkas / Anago

Eeljinkas / Anago

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Eeljinkas are a series of anthropomorphised versions of cute eel pictures created using a japanese website. The name comes from the japanese phrase Gijinka, which essentially means “anthropomorphic”.

Origin

The original eel pictures are created using the site anago.crap.jp[1], named after the japanese name for salt-water eels. The site allows people to create their own custom designed eels using a number of different features, symbols and colours.

The first Eel anthro to be drawn seems to have been done by Tumblr user Gisu[2] on the 19th October 2011.

External References

[1]anago.crap.jp

[2]Tumblr – my twitter eel gijinka i am dumb

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