"I’m actually more of a visual artist than a sonic artist.I’d been in art school since I was five years old, I was on national competitions since age 14 and I went to Art College.I had three different scholarships and I went to the American Academy of Art, at that time I was still doing music and I had a record deal on the table when I was 19 years old and I decided to follow music completely.But I always wanted to bring back that information of art, so that’s why it was always important in my videos and my album covers of mixing these two worlds and letting people know how important art was.”
Kozaki Yusuke art for the new Smash Bros. fighters! ⊟
Even though I’m disappointed that Nintendo went for the predictable characters versus the more interesting (Sully and/or Donnel) to fill out Smash Bros.’ roster, I ain’t even mad because we get new art from Kozaki Yusuke to celebrate today’s reveal. Yusuke, if you’re not familiar with the name from our past posts, is the incredibly talented character artist who worked on the No More Heroes series, Liberation Maiden, and Fire Emblem: Awakening.
The newest Smash Bros. fighter is a Fire Emblem spoiler ⊟
Nintendo unveiled four new playable characters (no, not those four) this morning for Smash Bros., including one returning fighter: Captain Falcon. The other three are Fire Emblem: Awakening's Fake Marth/Lucina and both female and male versions of the SRPG's MyUnit default character Robin.