Rosario Yeti – Sho-u Tajima Art Book Review

Posted By yonghow on January 31st, 2012

Rosario Yeti - Sho-u Tajima Art Book

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Sho-u Tajima is a Japanese manga artist/anime character designer best known for his work on the comic series MPD Psycho. He was also the character designer for the explosive anime chapter featured in Taratino’s Kill Bill.

Rosario Yeti is a memorial volume to commemorate the artist’s 25 years of illustration work in film, anime and game designs.

Rosario Yeti - Sho-u Tajima Art Book
Rosario Yeti - Sho-u Tajima Art Book
Rosario Yeti - Sho-u Tajima Art Book
Rosario Yeti - Sho-u Tajima Art Book
Rosario Yeti - Sho-u Tajima Art Book
Rosario Yeti - Sho-u Tajima Art Book

(below) A short making of section as the artist shows us the tools of his trade.

Rosario Yeti - Sho-u Tajima Art Book
Rosario Yeti - Sho-u Tajima Art Book

(above) A tribute to the main character in Tegami Bachi, the comic series by his contemporary Hiroyuki Asada. Together with Obata Takeshi ( Death Note ), they are often referred to as the “Aquarius Trio” ( for sharing the same horoscope ). Check out the reviews for their art books Water and Blanc Et Noir.

Rosario Yeti - Sho-u Tajima Art Book
Rosario Yeti - Sho-u Tajima Art Book
Rosario Yeti - Sho-u Tajima Art Book

(above and below) Character design and studies for the anime segment in Tarantino’s Kill Bill.

Rosario Yeti - Sho-u Tajima Art Book
Rosario Yeti - Sho-u Tajima Art Book

“Rosario Yeti – Sho-u Tajima Art Book″ details :

– Dimensions – 23.8 x 18.6 x 2.2 cm
– Hardcover, 199 pages, comes with a protective plastic slipcase
– Full color/pencil sketches, In Japanese

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One Response to “Rosario Yeti – Sho-u Tajima Art Book Review”

whitezero

my first contact with Tajima’s works was Galerians. But it was after reading MPD Psycho that i started to search his other works.
My list of artbooks keeps increasing thanks to you >.< I wish i could live in Japan. It's so expensive to get this here in my country…