Ohalu Ichiko

Illustrator - Japan
I have the privilege of being a 2D designer and freelance illustrator. I like drawing girls with a light demeanor. My works are even published by the doujin circle Koigusuri. I draw illustrations for social games and books.

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About Me

Ohalu Ichiko

Illustrator / Japan

I have the privilege of being a 2D designer and freelance illustrator. I like drawing girls with a light demeanor. My works are even published by the doujin circle Koigusuri. I draw illustrations for social games and books.

Profile

  • Creator NameOhalu Ichiko
  • GenreIllustration
  • NationalityJapanese
  • GenderSecret
  • Date of Birth12/28
  • Zodiac SignCapricorn
  • Years Active3
  • RegionKyoto

    Experience

    11.2012 - Enterbrain “Time and Eternity - the Unofficial” manga 4P
    07.2012 - Contributed one card illustration to GungHo Online Entertainment’s ECO
    03.2012 - Contributed one introduction illustration to Enterbrain’s “Nico Nico Cho Kaigi 2012 Official Guidebook: A Book Made for Those Going to Nico Nico Cho Kaigi” mook
    11.2011 - Contributed one card illustration to GungHo Online Entertainment’s ECO
    10.2011 - Contributed two illustrations to “Zusetsu Keitai Shoujo”
    08.2011 - Contributed four illustrations to “Hatsune Miku Graphics Character Collection CV01 - Hatsune Miku Edition”

    Creator Interview

    Q: How did you get into drawing?

    A: It started a long time ago. My sister, who I was close to, was really good at drawing and I thought “I want to try it too!” and drew InuYasha.

    Q: What are you particular about in your work?

    A: I want to depict an atmosphere. I want to draw something that is cuter than cute!

    Q: How long does it take to create an illustration?

    A: It takes anywhere from 5-20 hours or so. It changes quite a bit depending on if there is a background or not.

    Q: How do you come up with the ideas for your work?

    A: They come to me in the bath. When I am warm, they sometimes suddenly surface. I love taking baths.