My Favorite Illustrators

It's Golden Week here (lol). Well not much to do actually, besides watching animu or playing vidya. So while I have time I want to make a post about my favorite illustrators. The true intention of this post is actually only to dump my artwork folder (which is just sit there without anyone knowing) and to suck up your bandwidth kuh kuh kuh.  Okay without further ado, here is list of my favorite Japanese illustrators. Enjoy your fapping faggots

Mel Kishida
notable works:
  • Hanasaku Iroha (character design)
  • Sora no Woto (character design)
  • Atelier series (character design)
  • Kamisama no Memo-chou (novel illustrator)


Yoshitoshi ABe
notable works:
  • Haibane Renmei (original concept and character design)
  • Texhnolyze (character design)
  • NieA 7 (character design)
  • Serial Experiments Lain (character design)
  • Desperado (character design)
  • Ryushika Ryushika (manga)

notable works:
  • Black Rock Shooter, duh
  • supercell (album illustrator)
  • Steins;Gate (character designer)

Range Murata
notable works:
  • Last Exile (character design)
  • Shangri-la (character design)
  • Robot (manga)
  • Blue Submarine no. 6 (conceptual design)

notable works:
  • Vocaloid-related artworks
  • supercell (album illustrator)

Tony Taka
notable works:
  • Shining Tears (character design)
  • Shining Heart (character design)
  • Shining Wind (character design)
  •  a lot of H-doujins


Noizi Ito
notable works:
  • Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuutsu (novel illustrator)
  • Shakugan no Shana (novel illustrator)
  • Alice Parade (character design)
  • Nanatsuiro Drops (character design)
  • Flyable Heart (character design)
  • Shining Force Feather (character design)


    1. Range Murata is great artist. But I'm regret watching one anime designed by him. Shangri-La, I don't know what is happen in the story other than carbon credit thing.

    2. I didn't even manage to finish the first episode.