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A university in Shizuoka City, where Yuki Omura (23) from Kikugawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture, who died in the event that the studio of “Kyoto Animation” was set to fire, released his graduation work.
Last month, Yuki Omura, from Kikugawa City, Shizuoka Prefecture, who died in a case where a gasoline was fired in a “Kyoto Animation” studio in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, was modeled by Tokoha University in Shizuoka City in March. I just graduated from the department and just joined the company.
When he was a student, he won seven awards at the “Nika Exhibition”, an art exhibition.
The university released the work of Omura's graduation work to the news media, as consent was obtained from the bereaved family by the 7th.
Omura's work “DokkunDokkun” is a computer-generated illustration that represents the history of 3.8 billion years of life and evolution. Drawings of dinosaurs and other onomatopoeia characters are drawn in 15 volumes, which are connected together like a picture scroll.
Mr. Omura said, “All the things that existed are connected, and the aim is to let people feel the history through scales and physical experiences. When I see it, I want you to be aware of the connection of living creatures up to the present day. "
Mr. Shinro Yasutake, Dean of the Faculty of Art and Design at Tokoha University, said, “I always had friends around me. I want to do a painting job,” and I am interested in social activities that encourage people through expression. All the teachers feel deep sadness. "