Takashi Nanase

CG Creator - Japan
CG Creator Welcome to the entrance of this mysterious world!



  • The road to the sky

    This piece was well received on Tokyo Otaku Mode.
    I made some improvements to an earlier drawing of mine.

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  • Flora of Slumber

    This is what I display most often at group exhibitions.
    It was critically acclaimed at an exhibition in Berlin, too.

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  • Toward a "Blue Sky" via "After the Rain"

    This is my first time displaying this piece.
    It’s one of my works I like myself.

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  • Magic of the library

    This piece became a "turning point" in my road as a creator.

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About Me

Takashi Nanase

CG Creator / Japan

I got addicted to a 3D CG software that was included with a magazine and started creating CG illustrations. I published my works online, and I was invited by a company to participate in an exhibition. After group exhibitions at galleries in Ginza and Yokohama, I held my first solo exhibition in February 2014. My works were also displayed at exhibitions in Berlin and Teltow in Germany. Since my entry was critically acclaimed at the Berlin exhibition, I have ambitions to publish works overseas.

  • Creator NameTakashi Nanase
  • GenreCG
  • NationalityJapanese
  • GenderMale
  • Date of BirthMay 13
  • Blood TypeB
  • Zodiac SignTaurus
  • Years Active9
  • RegionTokyo

    Personal History

    I started self-studying CG in 2002.
    Although I mainly publish my works on the internet, I’ve been participating in exhibitions since 2011.

    2013: I won 5th place at Femme2013 Exhibition (organized by Gallery Art Point).
    2013: I was selected for the top 15 illustrations at an exhibition in Berlin, Germany and displayed at the prize winner exhibition.
    2014: I was recommended for and participated in the Japanese-German Exchange Exhibition held in Teltow, Germany. There are plans for opening this exhibition in Kamakura (Kamakura Museum of Art) in July.


    How did you get into drawing?

    It was in 2002 when I accidentally got my hands on a magazine that came with a 3D CG program and I tried it out.

    What are your fixations?

    Coloring. Light and dark. The title of the work.
    Finding a good title is even harder than drawing itself (laughs).

    How long does it take for you to complete a work?

    Between a day and two weeks.

    When do you come up with ideas for your work?

    When I play with the CG software on my PC. Ideas strike me when I'm playing around. When nothing comes, I give up.