Siovoy

Illustrator - Japan
Hello, I'm a painter living in Kyoto, Japan. Lately, I have been addicted to drawing original illustrations more so than drawing fan art.

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  • Shell Knight

    The knight who protects the princess. An illustration I did about a year ago.

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  • An Angel and a Robot

    I tried drawing this art with the concept of the difference between a cute angel and cool robot.

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  • Battle Girl

    I didn't want to just draw a regular knight, so I included various accents that add a hint of mecha. I'm planning to add even more mecha elements in the next update.

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About Me

Siovoy

Illustrator / Japan

I’m a humble artist. I have been drawing since the time I came into being.
This year marks about the second years since I began working as an artist.
I want to devote myself every day so that I can draw superior illustrations.

Profile

  • Creator NameSiovoy
  • GenreIllustration
  • NationalityJapanese
  • GenderMale
  • Birthday1985/08/31
  • Blood TypeA
  • HoroscopeVirgo
  • Years Active2
  • Area of ActivityJapan

    Experience

    2012 Mobile game “Junketsu Duelion” card illustrations (Caerux)
    2012 Mobile game “Kizusei Ragnavein” card illustrations (Caerux)
    2012 Mobile game “Sangoku Infinity” card illustrations (Pokelabo)
    2012 Mobile game “Sengoku Gensoukyoku” card illustrations (Pokelabo)

    2013 Mobile game “Angel Master” card illustrations (Mynet)
    2013 Mobile game “Kaizoku Oukoku Columbus” card illustrations (GREE)

    2014 Trading card game “WIXOSS” card illustrations (Takara Tomy)

    Q&A

    What made you get into drawing?

    I’ve been drawing since the time I came into being, and in the blink of an eye, I’m now doing it as a job.

    What are you particular about in your work?

    Basically the color schemes and silhouettes of the characters. After that, I try and draw carefully so as to include as much detail as possible.

    How long does your work take to create?

    About 1 week to 1 month.

    When do you come up with ideas for your work?

    I often think of things when I get into my futon and am fishing for material, and when I’m in the bath spacing out.
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