Dragon Ball as in the 90s - Tadayoshi Yamamuro draws an impressive Vegetto Super Saiyan 4

 

Dragon Ball as in the 90s - Tadayoshi Yamamuro draws an impressive Vegetto Super Saiyan 4

Are you passionate about the 90s art of Dragon Ball and do you think that that time will never return to our days? Well, the truth is that you can get that thought out of your head, because in recent times we have seen very nostalgic tail flicks of the franchise, either in the promotional art of Fenyo or in Dragon Ball Super , with animators like Yuya Takahashi a la head. 


But what about Tadayoshi Yamamuro ? Many are the critical voices that can not even see this animator, who is running as one of the most important artists of Dragon Ball in the last 2 decades. His first big steps were in the androids saga, with that meeting between Goku and Trunks , he left us all speechless.


Over the years, he established himself as the great supervisor of the animation of the series, and in recent times, he continues to work in charge of the supervision of the Super Dragon Ball Heroes anime , after being "separated" from the Canon in the last film of the work, Super Broly , which does not imply that he will work on Dragon Ball Super for the new stage.


The fact is that, in the last hours, a new official art by Tadayoshi Yamamuro has been published, in order to promote Super Dragon Ball Heroes and Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle , and the result has not left any fan indifferent. We are facing a drawing of Vegetto Super Saiyan 4 finished really well, with a presence and technique that well reminds us of the best Dragon Ball of the 90s. Don't you think so? Well, marching the official illustration: 


Tadayoshi Yamamuro draws an impressive Vegetto Super Saiyan 4

How did you stay with this piece of Vegetto? Is it cool or did you expect something better? It is clear that Yamamuro has not had his last word and has many years of outstanding contributions to the franchise left.


And no, don't you go too far, tomorrow we will return with more Z.

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