Coffee Kizoku

Game Artist, Illustrator - Japan
I'm an illustrator and character designer of games who loves coffee!

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About Me

Coffee Kizoku

Game Artist, Illustrator / Japan

I am a game illustrator and character designer working for the PC game brand Innocent Grey/Noesis. I love coffee, and almost exclusively drink it during work. My representative works include “FuriFuru” and “Cure Girl,” among others.

I head up the doujin circle “Royal Mountain.”

Profile

  • Creator NameCoffee Kizoku
  • GenreIllustration
  • RegionJapan

    Work History

    (Innocent Grey)
    2006 - PP: Pianissimo - Ayatsuri Ningyou no Rinbu / CG supervisor
    2007 - Nagomi Hako / CG supervisor
    2008 - Kara no Shojo / CG supervisor
    2009 - Kurou Cassis / CG supervisor

    (Noesis)
    2007 - Houkago no Senpai / art, CG
    2008 - Marble Bloomer / art, CG supervisor
    2009 - FuriFure / planning, art, CG supervisor
    2011 - Cure Girl / art, CG supervisor
    2011 - FuriFure 2 / art, CG supervisor
    2013 - Personal book “The Blend” published (Kosaido Publishing / mediAtion)

    Creator Interview

    How did you get into drawing?

    I was deeply impressed by the adventure game “Eve: Burst Error” that released in 1997 on the Sega Saturn, and I began by copying the original pictures by Nao Tajima that were used in the game.

    What are you particular about in your work?

    I’m not a tyrant when it comes to my drawings. I like soft-looking materials, and I am conscious of that point when I draw.

    How long does your work take to complete?

    It depends on the size of the work and the difficulty of the scenery, but an A4-size illustration with a background generally takes about 15 hours.

    When do you come up with the ideas for your work?

    The time when I am struck with the most ideas is when I am eating! Especially tsukemen.