THANK YOU

- HARUKAZE SHUICHI -

Interview & Message

I n t e r v i e w

1.When did you start production? What made you start?

I liked drawing because I was small, but I started to want to draw in earnest because I was fascinated by the fantasy illustrations drawn by my seniors in junior high school.

2.Please let me know if you have been influenced by anything in the past

There are many, but I got a chance to get Keita Amemiya's "Ganapa's Hand" at an old bookstore, and I got to know Keita Amemiya's world view and was greatly influenced by my illustrations. In the anime, "King of Bandits JING". In the game, "Chrono Trigger", "Chrono Cross", and "FF5 / FF9" and "I and the Demon King" in the Final Fantasy series are the works that inspired my drawings.

3.Please tell me the flow until you complete the work

First, draw a rough line by imagining the thing you want to draw, and then draw it while leaving the underline by erasing it to complete the line drawing. Take the completed line drawing into the pc, correct the small parts, and then paint. In order to create an atmosphere, materials such as old paper and cloth are layered, layers are layered while watching the situation, and finally the colors are adjusted and completed.

4.Is there anything you like or are enthusiastic about other than creating your work?

I love antiques and antiques, so I go to flea markets and antique markets to collect small items, used paper, old bags and pictorial books. I also like American casual, and I also collect milk glassware.

5.Do you have any thoughts or stories in this work?

I drew a griffon onagadori that tells the morning sun of the golden country. I would be happy if I could express Japan with a gorgeous and congratulatory feeling.

6.Is there anything you would like to try in the future?

I would like to hold a solo exhibition once and make an art book. After that, I don't know if it will work, but I would like to take on various challenges, such as collaborating with music and my paintings.

7.Please give a message to the person who received your work at the end

I drew it with all my heart so that vividness and good luck would come. I would be happy if the people who picked it up could add some color to their hearts.

Harukaze