My Hero Academia India Ink Painting Live-Performance Event Held at Kanda Shrine in Tokyo

TV anime fourth season is now simulcast on Crunchyroll

 

 

Internationally acclaimed suibokuga/india ink painting artist Okazu has been drawing the My Hero Academia characters in his own distinctive way. In commemoration of the start of the TV anime fourth season, Yomiuri TV held his live-drawing event of the anime's protagonist Izuku "Deku" Midoriya at Kanda Shrine in Tokyo at 19:00 on October 18.

 

While Okazu concentrated on his drawing, the anime's producer Kouji Nagai introduced the highlight of the fourth season on the stage: "This time, the Class 1-A's other characters, who have not been introduced so much until now, will be also active. And your favorite characters will also show their activity. So please look forward to that part. It has turned out so well that you will never regret watching it. Please watch it on TV."

 

Okazu spent about 15 minutes to complete the Deku art on a two-meter tall paper with his brush. After the live-performance ended, he said, "I was so nervous because it was the first time that I had performed in front of the fans of My Hero Academia. But I was able to draw it happily thanks to your warm eyes."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  


 

Source: Yomiuri TV press release

 

(C)Kohei Horikoshi/SHUEISHA, My Hero Academia Production Committee

 

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