Miya Koishi

Illustrator - Japan

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About Me

Miya Koishi

Illustrator / Japan

I'm a resident of Tokyo. After graduating from college with a major in Design, I worked as a graphic designer for an advertising firm, and then as an illustrator before becoming a freelance illustrator in 2011. I mainly work in Photoshop and watercolors. My works feature cute girls drawn from a feminine perspective, with a soft, analog feel.

Profile

  • GenreIllustration
  • NationalityJapanese
  • GenderFemale
  • Date of Birth7/8
  • Blood TypeAB
  • Zodiac SignCancer
  • Years Active3
  • RegionTokyo, Japan

    Work Experience

    Epoch Corporation, jigsaw puzzle illustration
    Starts Publishing Co., "Ideal Love" cover illustration
    Nihon Vogue Corporation, "Easy to Make Cosplay Costume Production Book" book illustrations
    AiStyle Corporation, game waiting screen images
    ZAPPALLAS Corporation, Supi-Chan, "Romance Picture Book" Illustrations
    New Year's greeting cards
    Mind Pallette Co., "SNAPEEE" stamps and frames
    ZAPPALLAS Corporation, "Kawaiku Kisekae"
    ZAPPALLAS Corporation, "Kawaiku Waiting Screen"
    ZAPPALLAS Corporation, "Otona Kawaii Waiting Screen"

    Q&A

    How did you get into drawing?

    I've loved drawing pictures for as long as I can remember, ever since I was a child.

    What are you particular about in your work?

    I pay a lot of attention to color, balance and facial expressions.

    How long does it take you to complete a work?

    Rough sketch: about 5 minutes
    Watercolor Illustration: about 5 hours
    Photoshop Illustration: about 3 days

    When do you get ideas for your work?

    When I'm walking around town and looking at people, or when I'm flipping throgh a magazine. I also like to make drawings based on the season.