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 elegant, peaceful, and beautiful femininity of Moka (もか), also known as Mokaffe, fashionably enriches each of her images. Moka’s art encapsulates a popular aesthetic for many young girls in Japan, from the cute and innocent to womanly and luxurious, within fashion styles such as Forest Girl (森ガール) and Lolita. I personally adore Moka’s ability to subtlety depict the dreamy faces of her figures, especially when it comes to those starry eyes.