Kaida Michi

Illustrator - Japan
Freelance illustrator. I like girls who have eyes with sharp features.

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About Me

Kaida Michi

Illustrator / Japan

I’m a novice illustrator.
I have been mainly active in designing characters for social games since 2010.

I put effort into making digital-like work that is richly colored and illuminated. My entire process is done on the PC. I have a fondness for fantasy worlds and I mainly draw shoujo characters.

Profile

  • Creator NameKaida Michi
  • GenreIllustration
  • NationalityJapanese
  • GenderFemale
  • Blood TypeA
  • Date of Birth5/31/1989
  • Zodiac SignGemini
  • Years Active3
  • RegionJapan

    Work History

    [2010]
    ■ Mandarake advertisement illustration (published in the August 2010 issue of Dengeki Daioh)
    ■ 9 illustrations for “The Tower of AION” and “Lineage II” net cafe exclusive use “Go! Go! Cards”
    ■ 3 loading illustrations for mobile site “MikuMoba”
    ■ Illustration for Yamaha Mook Series 48 “Let’s Enjoy Vocaloid Vol. 5”

    [2011]
    ■ 1 card illustration for social game “Kamigami no Emblem” (available on Mobage)
    ■ Illustration for “Fetishism Illustration Theater” in November 2011 issue of Megastore
    ■ Mandarake advertisement illustration (published in June 2011 issue of Dengeki Daioh)

    [2012]
    ■ 2 card illustrations for TCG “Force of Will”
    ■ 3 card illustrations for social game “Weapon Girls” (available on Gree)

    Q&A

    How did you get into drawing?

    Since a young age I have loved manga and games, and I started by imitating those.

    What are you particular about in your work?

    I want to draw shoujo characters who are more than just cute.

    How long does your work take to create?

    For illustrations done for work of characters only, it takes about three days per character.

    When do you come up with ideas for your work?

    My creative energy springs forth the most when I’m in the bath and right before bed.