Posted by Alec W. (188.8.131.52) on August 13, 2018 at 19:52:18:
In Reply to: Alec W 7/13 Response to my post posted by Chris Brooks on August 13, 2018 at 02:40:02:
This is a tough one!
I don't think it says "Yoshihiro"; that character doesn't look like any of the "yoshi" characters I've seen used in art names.
Rather, I'm still inclined to say that it's "好" -- it's not the most common way to write that character in cursive, but at least one artist I know of, Namioka Kōkō, wrote it in a way that looks like the character in question... see:
But I still know of no artist signing "好廣", and no artist of this era other than Hironobu using "白水", so I remain stumped!
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