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Shinsuusenju size calculation
I got a request by Itachi15 in this thread to make this one, and i found it interesting. Anyway these are my calculations concerning the Shinsuusenju size
To calculate the Shinsuusenju size, i firstly based it on the Mokujin
1 Mokujin's head
Like you can see on the picture, we have tilting lines, so we'd have to use the distance formula for an exact value of the distance, which is D = sqrt(X^2 + Y^2)
X represent xaxis coordinates of the line
Y represent yaxis coordinates of the line
sqrt represent the square root
D is the distance we are looking for
Like you can see on the picture i already calculated the distance by drawing it with 2different colors representing the calculations of Mokujin's head and Hashirama
I said everything on the picture, so Mokujin's head is 14,64141m
Using the Mokujin's head as a reference, i managed to rate the Statue's upper body to 158,0262527meters(roughly), like explained on the picture below
Having the Statue's upper body as a reference, i managed to rate the Statue's entire body to 413,298769meters(roughly) and with hands i managed to find out it's roughly 972,467692meters
Here is the picture explaining my calculations
So Shinsuusenju's statue is 413,299meters
Shinsuusenju's statue with hands is 972,46769meters
Hope you enjoyed reading





Last edited by Bogard; 10222013 at 03:49 PM.





Re: Shinsuusenju size calculation
You do realize that the size varies with the creator drawing the pictures according to their relation to other characters and the terrain within the frame of that page and the pic size also depends on the size of scans..?
Basically the calcuations are not even approximate...






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Re: Shinsuusenju size calculation
Originally Posted by Jiraiya
You do realize that the size varies with the creator drawing the pictures according to their relation to other characters and the terrain within the frame of that page and the pic size also depends on the size of scans..?
Basically the calcuations are not even approximate...
It may varie depending on pictures i give you that, but generally, the size reference, not that much. Because of this a rough estimation is always possible










Re: Shinsuusenju size calculation
Kishi is inconsistent with sizes so your calculations might be proven wrong if Kishi draws it again.
Nice effort tho'. u_u






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Re: Shinsuusenju size calculation
Originally Posted by T Bogard
It may varie depending on pictures i give you that, but generally, the size reference, not that much. Because of this a rough estimation is always possible
nice work nicely done






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Re: Shinsuusenju size calculation
when i was in high school, i was asked to find my x, i don't know y. until now people are still for that x, it's never been found. http://narutobase.net/forums/images/smilies/D.gif i'm poor at math hahaha






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Re: Shinsuusenju size calculation
Which is equal to 97246.769 Kms






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Re: Shinsuusenju size calculation
Bro do u know how tall over 9,000,000 meters is...***** thats prolly in outerspace or some s***






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Re: Shinsuusenju size calculation
now do the first jubi size, i want to compare them.










Re: Shinsuusenju size calculation
All that confused me boggie, I just know it's the biggest creature in NU






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Re: Shinsuusenju size calculation
Ireally hate the Budda, it's so overrated






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Re: Shinsuusenju size calculation
Originally Posted by Champ
All that confused me boggie, I just know it's the biggest creature in NU
Actually no. Juubi is bigger. Shinsuusenju appear to be bigger only because of its long and multiple arms, but the statue itself is smaller: http://narutobase.net/forums/showthread.php?t=448609






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Re: Shinsuusenju size calculation
Originally Posted by itachi4real
Bro do u know how tall over 9,000,000 meters is...***** thats prolly in outerspace or some s***
Different countries use different methods for numbers. The comma is representing a decimal point commonly used in the United States.
Otherwise, U.S. wise Hashirama is 1,851 meters tall (impossible)... More realistically, he is 1.851 meters tall. Though We'd probably use feet or yards (though higher education uses metric more).
So Shinsusenju is about 972 meters tall.
OT: Nice work... That's ridiculously tall. And it is crazy to think that even a rough estimate gets that high (well rough with logic).






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Re: Shinsuusenju size calculation
Originally Posted by T Bogard
It may varie depending on pictures i give you that, but generally, the size reference, not that much. Because of this a rough estimation is always possible
Nope, his sizing is all over the place. Kishimoto doesn't get his ruler out and start drawing to scale  he just draws with little consideration for size.






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Re: Shinsuusenju size calculation
You cannot measure a drawing that varies between scans.






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Re: Shinsuusenju size calculation
Originally Posted by BlacLord
Nope, his sizing is all over the place. Kishimoto doesn't get his ruler out and start drawing to scale  he just draws with little consideration for size.
You don't get it. The reference i was talking about has nothing to do with the fact Kishi uses a ruler or not. I was talking about the distance between arms, head, feet of a drawing which are almost always the same or roughly. I don't need for Kishi to draw with a ruler to use them as reference for my calculations
Originally Posted by Gakido
Yeah i see we got almost the same result. His own calculation gives a Shinsuusenju just slightly longer(985,36meters instead of 972,46meters).
Thanks for the link, it just proves once more it's around that size. He didn't rate the Statue without the hands however, something i rated in this thread as well







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Re: Shinsuusenju size calculation
Do airplanes hit the thing often at that height?





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