sousou

Illustrator - Japan
I draw pictures as a hobby.

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About Me

sousou

Illustrator / Japan

I began drawing after being Inspired by a drawing video I saw in my college years.
After starting with Touhou derivative works I moved on to original creations.
I'm almost solely active on the Internet, mainly on Pixiv.
In recent years, I've also started actively taking commercial work requests.

Profile

  • GenreIllustration
  • NationalityJapanese
  • GenderMale
  • Date of Birth4/19/1988
  • Blood TypeB
  • Zodiac SignAries
  • Years Active5
  • RegionTokyo

    Personal History

    2012: illustration for the magazine "Miku-Pack" (ASCII Media Works)
    2013: cover illustration for "Mizu wa Mukan" (Hayakawa Bunko)
    2013: cover illustration for "SF Magazine" (Hayakawa Bunko)

    Q&A

    What made you start drawing?

    A "kaitemita" video I saw on Nico Nico Douga.

    What are your fixations?

    To keep on using analog material.

    How long does one picture take for you?

    When I'm motivated, it takes about 2 weeks.
    When I just draw carefreely, it takes about 4 weeks.

    When do you come up with ideas for your works?

    I often think of different ideas during drawing.
    I think I'm most creative when I fully concentrate on a picture.