Yusuke Kozaki was the character designer for both of the 3DS Fire Emblem games, creating the official artwork for fan favourite heroes like Lucina and Corrin. However, the famous manga artist has finally given fans a look into his design process. The Nintendo Mobile YouTube channel has released a video of Kozaki drawing one of the new characters from Fire Emblem Heroes. While not the official artwork for Sharena, it’s a really nice piece of art. Check out the video below.



      • Yeah? I almost got one. I decided against it because I needed a bit more muscle to run Adobe After Effects. Otherwise I’d have gone with a surface.

        Wouldn’t you agree the switch looks like a tablet PC (with the Joycons removed?) Or would you disagree. I personally thought it looked like a Surface-Mini. XD


          • Haha, Yeah. I mean… it’s not too far fetched, except the reason I didn’t get a surface, is the reason consoles mimic desktop PCs instead of tablet PCs.

            Tablet PC tech HAS come a long, long way – but when it comes to rendering and graphics, you’re going to hit some walls using mobile hardware and reduced power to drive the processor.

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              • You have a pro 4? Well then. That’s a ~very~ nice piece of tech. I bet it could keep up with my laptop to be honest. The Surface 4 pro can keep up with the laptop I ended up getting, might even be faster depending on which build you got. You make me wish I’d had shelled out the extra cash to get one, but it was going to cost several hundred more than what I went with.

                I rendered two projects, and my mobile hardware was about half the speed of my desktop… but still, I rarely boot up my desktop and just let it render longer. XD

                So all this being said… yeah, I take back what I said about the switch being a surface-mini. :)


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