Hidari

Illustrator - Japan
Current freelance illustrator.

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About Me

Hidari

Illustrator / Japan

Freelance illustrator.

Started a website in 2000 and started career online and in Doujinshi groups. Afterwards, started taking on contract work as a freelancer in book illustrations, pinup posters, and character design.

Currently working mostly on short span, single illustrations such as book illustrations, magazine posters, trading card games, and PC/consumer game character designs.

Profile

  • Creator NameHidari
  • GenreIllustration
  • NationalityJapanese
  • GenderMale
  • Birth Date5/28
  • Blood TypeA
  • Zodiac SignGemini
  • Years Active14
  • LocationJapan

    Career

    Famous Works:
    TV Anime “Fractale” Characters
    TV Anime “Natsuiro Kiseki” Characters
    TV Anime “Sasami-san @ Ganbaranai” Characters
    TV Anime “Vividred Operation” Concept Design
    TV Anime “Atelier Escha & Logy” Characters
    PS3 Game Gust (Producer) “The Alchemist of Dusk” Series Character Design
    PS3 Game Tecmo Koei Games (Publisher) “Toukiden: The Age of Demons” Character Design
    PS3 Game KID (Publisher) “Remember 11” Character Design
    AMW Dengeki Bunko “Usotsuki Mii-kun to Kowareta Maa-chan” Illustration
    Shogakukan Gagaga Bunko “Sasami-san @ Ganbaranai” Illustration

    Q&A

    Q: How did you get into this career?

    I liked drawing since I was a kid. I started liking manga, anime, and games as a student, and decided I wanted to go into this field in the future.

    Q: Do you have anything you're picky about?

    I try to focus on the little habits that characters have to bring out their uniqueness. Other than that, I'm trying to develop my skills by drawing a wide genre of things such as accessories, background, SF, and fantasy, not just characters.

    Q: How long does it take to produce your artwork?

    If it's just the character, it'll take about 2 to 3 days, but with the background, it'll take 4 to 5 days.

    Q: Where do you get your ideas for your work?

    Ideas come to me when I'm listening to music and walking outside, or when I'm riding the train.