Fate/GO's Hokusai Reimagined in His Own Ukiyo-e Style

Limited-edition print features father and daughter characters from smartphone game

 

If any Fate/Grand Order character deserves their own ukiyo-e print, it's the master of the style, Hokusai. Or, to be more specific, Hokusai and his daughter.

 

The pair appear in a new woodcut created by modern ukiyo-e craftsmen and painted by artist Ken Shiozaki (who had a hand in the popular line of Japanese Star Wars prints). Hokusai's own distinctive art style is replicated in the print, especially in the style of the hair, fingers, and toes.

 

 

The print will be produced in limited quantities, and can be preordered from the Aniplex+ website for 50,000 yen.

 

>> Hokusai Print Order Page

>> Watch Fate/Grand Order -First Order- on Crunchyroll


Source: MoCa-News

 

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Kara Dennison is responsible for multiple webcomics, and is half the creative team behind the OEL light novel series Owl's Flower. She blogs at karadennison.com and tweets @RubyCosmos. Her latest book, Black Archive #21 – Heaven Sent, is currently available from Obverse Books.

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