Today marks the second anniversary of Big Al’s release into the world of Vocaloid. Please join us after the break as we celebrate everything about our gentle giant.
Big Al officially came out in December 22, 2009 and was later released in Japan in March of 2010 and in Taiwan six months after his release in Japan. After Big Al’s voice provider was switched from Elvis-esque Michael King to voice actor Frank Sanderson, Big Al’s box art shifted to a more manga-influenced style after seeing the fans reaction to Sonika’s art shift. This year, Big Al later got another box art change when he was released in Taiwan, with intrigued response from fans around the world.
First off, let’s celebrate Big Al through the art created by his many fans.
Now let’s see how Big Al has been used over the past two years:
Big Al has made a big impact on the Vocaloid world and continues to be full of surprises. We would like to thank the fans for reading and for making Big Al who he is today. Only time will tell what lies in his future, but we at Vocaloidism will be sure to be cheering for him along the path towards the future.