Illustrator - Japan
I’m a game graphic designer active in Japan. I want to convey through original work the fantasies we have in our hearts.


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  • Sleep with you.

    "I will sleep here together with you."
    I drew this some time ago, but it's a work I deeply recall.

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  • Where ever you are.

    This is a work that includes the message "I'll go anywhere!"

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  • A Heart Aflame

    I themed this after "a touching moment."
    It resembles a feeling similar to something being born and growing.

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  • Green Peace

    After you play you can eat a delicious lunch, okay.

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About Me


Illustrator / Japan

Digital illustrations, fanart. I mainly create fantasy work that entices my curiosity.

In 2009, I graduated from Nippon Engineering College in the illustration course of the graphic design department. I am currently a graphic designer. Even after graduating I continue holding exhibits at Design Festa, galleries, cafes, and stores while creating work.

I mainly participate in Design Festa, Comitia, and other events. I create exhibit works for galleries and stores as well as accept commissions for card illustrations.


  • Creator NameKionaoki
  • GenreIllustration
  • NationalityJapanese
  • GenderMale
  • Birthday1988/12/02
  • Blood TypeB
  • Zodiac SignSagittarius
  • Years Active6
  • LocationTokyo


    ◆ 2014
    “Sangokushi Taisen” card illustrations

    ◆ 2013
    “Sengoku Saga” card illustrations
    “Dragon’s Dogma Quest” job illustrations
    “Sengoku Enbu - KIZNA” navigation character illustration


    What was the start of your creation activities?

    The start was participating in Design Festa and gallery exhibits when I was in college.

    What are you particular about?

    Arranging it so that it can be looked at countless times.

    How long does your work take to create?

    It depends on the work, but a big work can take up to three weeks.

    When do you come up with ideas for your work?

    When I’m relaxing and looking at something.