Piyo (ぴよ) or Piyo@tiana44b (ぴよ＠ﾃｨｱな44b)
Bibipako (ビビパコ) also known as Hareta (はれた)
Inshoo (also known as Shaonav)
Now here is one of the best painters I will share, Kawayoo (川洋).
Kawayoo’s unique style is deep within every aspect of their art, from the more obvious, stylistically exaggerated body types and faces, to their clay-like textures, brilliant colors, and ethereal urban environments.
I personally die for the forms/shapes and space in Kawayoo’s work. Each scene and object has an incredible amount of depth that pulls you right into their intense, alternate universe Japan. Speaking of which, I am very curious about this consistent setting of Kawayoo’s pictures — whether it is random or following some story/theme, their combination of humans and humanoid creatures is entertainingly strange.
The amount of fandoms that the prolific fan-artist Gashi-gashi covers is incredible. From Japanese otaku-ism to American nerd culture, often mixing the two together, Gashi-gashi’s anime-cartoon style fusion covers Adventure Time, Panty and Stocking with Garterbelt, South Park, Pokemon, My Little Pony, Kyary Pamyu Pamyu, Lucky Star, Johnny Bravo, Mario, Star Wars, and a variety of original characters! And that’s not even really the half of it! For people like me who grew up with American cartoons and got into anime later, Gashi-gashi is a very entertaining artist.
I personally love the nerd-based hybridism of Gashi-gashi in not only their content but their style as well. Although the look of their art is strongly Japanese/anime based, it has a ton of influence from western cartoon styles, specifically from Cartoon Network’s classics. I also think Gashi-gashi does an excellent job of combining the perversion and cuteness of Japanese anime with the crudeness and zaniness of American cartoons — the two would not be complete without those aspects. And fandom-aspects aside, Gashi-gashi is an amazing artist with a ton of original style, exciting compositions, and interesting use of font and icons around the edges of many images.