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'''Eske Yoshinob''' is a freelance illustrator and programmer who has provided work for the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. Originally a game model designer working for {{wp|Now Production}}, he later moved on to producing 3D CG material for {{wp|Daiichi Sankyo}} before becoming employed at Square Visual Works, part of {{wp|Square Enix}}, in 2005. While there he was involved setup simulation, pipeline tool development, and model creation/animation for games in the Final Fantasy series and the Kingdom Hearts series. Concurrently, he also worked at {{wp|Exit Tunes, Inc.}}, then called Quake Holdings, as an illustrator, primarily involved in the production of album covers for the {{wp|Exit Trance}} series. He chose to go freelance at the end of 2009.
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'''Eske Yoshinob''' is an illustrator for the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]].
 
   
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In 2010, he provided 3D model and animation work while at {{wp|Polygon Pictures}}, and was involved in the development of {{wp|Transformers Prime}} and {{wp|Tron: Uprising}}. He began producing illustrations for the Pokémon Trading Card Game in 2011, and began providing workflow and pipeline solutions for {{wp|Toei Animation}} in 2012.
==Cards Illustrated==
 
   
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==Works==
===Dragon Selection===
 
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===Illustration===
* {{TCG ID|Dragon Selection|Haxorus|16}}
 
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| Vocal Character Series graphics
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| 2008
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| ''Exit Trance Presents: Tokusatsu Trance''
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| 2009-01-07
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| ''Exit Trance Presents: Tokusatsu Trance Nigōki''
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| 2009-04-01
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| ''Exit Trance Presents: Tokusatsu Trance Sangōki''
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| 2009-09-16
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| ''Pokémon'' Trading Card Game illustrations
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| 2012
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===Animation and development===
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| ''Goemon: Shin Sedai Shuumei!''
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| Konami
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| 2001
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| ''Ninja Assault''
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| Namco
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| 2002
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| ''Katamari Damacy''
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| Namco
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| 2004
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| ''Keroro Gunso: Meromero Battle Royale''
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| Bandai
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| 2004
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| ''Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix+''
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| Square Enix
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| 2007
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| ''Final Fantasy IV'' (Nintendo DS remake)
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| Square Enix
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| 2007
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| ''Mario Super Sluggers''
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| Nintendo
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| 2008
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| ''Dissidia Final Fantasy''
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| Square Enix
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| 2008
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| ''Final Fantasy XIII''
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| Square Enix
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| 2009
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| {{tt|''Final Fantasy Versus XIII''|Known as this during the development stages, to be released as Final Fantasy XV for next generation consoles}}
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| Square Enix
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| 2010
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| {{tt|''Final Fantasy Agito XIII''|Known as this during the development stages, eventually released as Final Fantasy Type-0 in 2011}}
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| Square Enix
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| 2010
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| ''Final Fantasy XIV''
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| Square Enix
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| 2010
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| ''Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep''
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| Square Enix
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| 2010
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| ''Transformers Prime''
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| Hasbro
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| 2010
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| ''Tron: Uprising''
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| Disney
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| 2010
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| ''Earth Defense Force X''
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| D3 Publisher
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| 2011
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|- style="background:#FFFFFF"
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| ''Saint Seiya: The Movie''
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| Toei Animation
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| 2012
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|}
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===Dragon Blast===
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==Work for the TCG==
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Yoshinob's first illustration was featured in {{TCG|Dragon Selection}}, with the majority of his subsequent work featuring {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}}. As such, many of the images he creates convey a sense of forward motion and feature slightly exaggerated proportions so the art breaks the confines of the illustration window. He also uses the type or an attribute of a particular Pokémon to provide focus. His illustrations featured in the {{TCG|Shiny Collection}} are drawn conventionally as opposed to using 3D software, and in a purposely cute style to mirror the content of the set. For a list of cards Yoshinob has illustrated, go [[:Category:Illus. by Eske Yoshinob|here]].
* {{TCG ID|Dragon Blast|Mew-EX|22}}
 
* {{TCG ID|Dragon Blast|Terrakion-EX|32}}
 
* {{TCG ID|Dragon Blast|Giratina-EX|39}}
 
   
===Dragon Blade===
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==External links==
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[http://melpy-studio.com Yoshinob's personal website]
* {{TCG ID|Dragon Blade|Ho-Oh-EX|9}}
 
* {{TCG ID|Dragon Blade|Registeel-EX|34}}
 
* {{TCG ID|Dragon Blade|Rayquaza-EX|37}}
 
   
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[[Category:TCG illustrators|Yoshinob, Eske]]
===Freeze Bolt===
 
* {{TCG ID|Freeze Bolt|Black Kyurem-EX|45}}
 
 
===Cold Flare===
 
* {{TCG ID|Cold Flare|White Kyurem-EX|41}}
 
 
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Latest revision as of 19:09, 27 June 2019

Eske Yoshinob is a freelance illustrator and programmer who has provided work for the Pokémon Trading Card Game. Originally a game model designer working for Now Production, he later moved on to producing 3D CG material for Daiichi Sankyo before becoming employed at Square Visual Works, part of Square Enix, in 2005. While there he was involved setup simulation, pipeline tool development, and model creation/animation for games in the Final Fantasy series and the Kingdom Hearts series. Concurrently, he also worked at Exit Tunes, Inc., then called Quake Holdings, as an illustrator, primarily involved in the production of album covers for the Exit Trance series. He chose to go freelance at the end of 2009.

In 2010, he provided 3D model and animation work while at Polygon Pictures, and was involved in the development of Transformers Prime and Tron: Uprising. He began producing illustrations for the Pokémon Trading Card Game in 2011, and began providing workflow and pipeline solutions for Toei Animation in 2012.

Works

Illustration

Title Date
Vocal Character Series graphics 2008
Exit Trance Presents: Tokusatsu Trance 2009-01-07
Exit Trance Presents: Tokusatsu Trance Nigōki 2009-04-01
Exit Trance Presents: Tokusatsu Trance Sangōki 2009-09-16
Pokémon Trading Card Game illustrations 2012


Animation and development

Title Company/Publisher Date
Goemon: Shin Sedai Shuumei! Konami 2001
Ninja Assault Namco 2002
Katamari Damacy Namco 2004
Keroro Gunso: Meromero Battle Royale Bandai 2004
Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix+ Square Enix 2007
Final Fantasy IV (Nintendo DS remake) Square Enix 2007
Mario Super Sluggers Nintendo 2008
Dissidia Final Fantasy Square Enix 2008
Final Fantasy XIII Square Enix 2009
Final Fantasy Versus XIII Square Enix 2010
Final Fantasy Agito XIII Square Enix 2010
Final Fantasy XIV Square Enix 2010
Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep Square Enix 2010
Transformers Prime Hasbro 2010
Tron: Uprising Disney 2010
Earth Defense Force X D3 Publisher 2011
Saint Seiya: The Movie Toei Animation 2012


Work for the TCG

Yoshinob's first illustration was featured in Dragon Selection, with the majority of his subsequent work featuring Pokémon-EX. As such, many of the images he creates convey a sense of forward motion and feature slightly exaggerated proportions so the art breaks the confines of the illustration window. He also uses the type or an attribute of a particular Pokémon to provide focus. His illustrations featured in the Shiny Collection are drawn conventionally as opposed to using 3D software, and in a purposely cute style to mirror the content of the set. For a list of cards Yoshinob has illustrated, go here.

External links

Yoshinob's personal website

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