Manbou no Ane (マンボウの姉) was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 VY1 v3.
Manbou no Ane won the 'VocaFes' contest for VY2, along with Rimiko, who won VY1's. As her name suggests, she is Ie no Ura de Manbou ga ShinderuP's sister. She also designed a pin for VY1v3's boxart, and created the concept design for VY2, 66 (Roro).
- Also a finalist for and Aoki Lapis's outfit contest.
- And has did a promotional illustration for YAMAHA's ZOLA PROJECT.
- Main article: Manbou no Ane
Ryuji Otani was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 Mew.
Otani debuted in 2001 as an illustrator. His specialty is black-and-white artwork, and has various works produced in digital format. Many of his pieces are done in collaboration with products and apparel design, such as Adidas US. Sony, cards, SUZUKI of Resona Bank (France) Swift visual, and YAMAHA.
His clients are wide-ranging, such as his collaboration with BAG BARCOS.
Ji-Yun Chae (aka. KKUEM (꾸엠)) was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 SeeU.
KKUEM is also a part time cosplayer and is married to one of the most famous game concept designers and illustrators in Korea, Kim Hyung-tae. She is well known in Korea for her design and illustrations, her recent illustrations of the card named ChunHyang (춘향) in mobile game called Kaku-San-Sei Million Arthur Korean version.
- She has also contributed to the Toyota Corolla Campaign featuring Hatsune Miku on the Toyota Corolla AX11.
Akio Watanabe ((渡辺明夫) aka. Poyoyon Rock) was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 Tone Rion.
Watanabe is a popular animator, character designer and animation director. His designs are widely known for being 'moe'. Some of his best-known works are The SoulTaker and Popotan.
Dappleback was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 OLIVER, they are also a member of VocaTone.
Yuzuki Yukari: Juu AyakuraEditJuu Ayakura (文倉十) was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 Yuzuki Yukari, and VOCALOID4 Yuzuki Yukari and Kizuna Akari.
Ayakura has done illustrated covers for popular series Spice and Wolf.
- Also did a promotional illustration for YAMAHA's ZOLA PROJECT.
Rumple entered VoctroLabs art contest and won top place, due to this their entry was chosen as the official boxart for their product. Recently, Rumple achieved some recognition ending as a runner-up in ALYS' contest.
Aka Akasaka was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 IA.
Aoki Lapis and Merli: CARNELIANEdit
CARNELIAN was born on September 21. She has established her own game company called 'Root', and is well-known for illustrating eroge and BL games.
- And also did a promotional illustration for YAMAHA's ZOLA PROJECT.
Luo Tianyi: ideoloEditideolo was the finalizing illustrator for VOCALOID3 releases for Luo Tianyi, Yuezheng Ling, and VOCALOID4's Xingchen and Yuezheng Longya. He was also the Vsinger illustrator for Mo Qingxian and Zhiyu Moke.
ideolo is known for drawing mostly Touhou artwork. In May 2015, the artist announced that he would cease using the name "ideolo" and the art style he had after he completed his final job. However, he continues to use the name as of current.
- And has did a promotional illustration for YAMAHA's ZOLA PROJECT.
galaco NEO: Tomioka JiroEdit
Tomioka Jiro was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 galaco NEO.
- Main article: Tomioka Jiro
Hidari has provided various illustrations for EXIT TUNES, especially album covers and crossfade albums of EXIT TUNES' VOCALOID albums.
- Main article: Hidari
Aki Glancy (aka. EmpathP) was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 AVANNA.
Aki Glancy was commissioned by Zero-G and YAMAHA as the artist of AVANNA. The artist has stated that she had a difficult and frustrating experience. Her end result was to please her clients and not to please the fandom, but thanked other artists for their input and encouragement.
The companies had the final say on the finished design.
VO comment AVANNA's design
- Main article: EmpathP
Fans consider her as the "next KEI." She drew her renditions of the other Crypton VOCALOIDs in an illustration book, as well as the cover art for Miku Flick/02. She also did a rendition of Miku's VOCALOID2 boxart by KEI, which was used by Volks M.O.E. for Dollfie Dream as a guide for their Hatsune Miku Dollfie.
ZOLA PROJECT: Yoshitaka AmanoEdit
Yoshitaka Amano was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 ZOLA PROJECT's YUU, KYO, and WIL.
Amano is a prestigious illustrator famously known for his Final Fantasy illustrations.
mouseqi (aka. MQ) was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 YANHE.
mouseqi entered the illustration contest by VOCALOID CHINA and won.
Zain was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 Hatsune Miku V3 English.
Zain's illustrations were used for the MikuMix.com website and by Toyota for the Corolla+Miku 2011 campaign( magazine illustrations). She was commissioned in 2011 to create an image of Hatsune Miku posing with a black Toyota Corolla for the month of June.
Sartika Nurhasanah (aka. Sartika3091) was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 YOHIOloid.
Sartika3091 entered the PowerFX design contest for their bilingual VOCALOID, YOHIOloid. The design was chosen by the voice provider, YOHIO.
Noriko Hayashi (aka. Noririn) was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 MAIKA.
Hayashi is an art student and also previously achieved some recognition as a semifinalist in YOHIOloid's contest.
Inés Campos was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 ONA.
- Twitter (@InesCamposArt)
Macne Nana: Gomoku AkatsukiEdit
AkkeyJin (あっきー人) was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 kokone.
AkkeyJin, being a well-known illustrator on Pixiv, has been one of the main artists behind the iOS/Android game Valkyrie Crusade.
anon & kanon: HakuriEdit
Hakuri was the illustrator for VOCALOID3s anon & kanon.
Hakuri is also known for creating fanart for the Kagerou Project series.
Yamako was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 flower.
Yamako is part of HoneyWorks, formed by the composer and Nico Singer Fernando-P (Gomu), and the guitarist Choris-P (Shito☆Raji). Among her notable works are the songs "Suki Kirai" and "Karakuri Pierrot". Despite been part of HoneyWorks, she also collaborated in PVs outside her group.
- Main article: Yamako
Tohoku Zunko: Edomura NinicoEdit
Edomura Ninico was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 Tohoku Zunko.
Shindo Kamichi was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 Rana.
Kamichi has also contributed to Medarot 8's (メダロット８) character designs.
VOFAN did illustrations for the Bakemonogatari series and is known to use pastel colors and barely creates outlines. He only uses different shades of color to create depth and to differentiate objects. He speaks Mandarin and English fluently, and can read Japanese.
Ring Suzune and Hibiki Lui: 119Edit
119 is known as the former illustrator of the music group Supercell, formed in 2007. His relationship with the group began when Ryo (the lead musician) used one of 119's Hatsune Miku illustrations as a placeholder for the song Melt (メルト) without permission, leading to an apology from Ryo. However, 119 responded positively to both Melt and working with the upcoming musician, thus forming Supercell.
In February 2011, a contest called "Everyone's VOCALOID project" (みんなのボカロ計画) was announced by VocaFes and Yamaha. The contest was to create an original VOCALOID character, which would eventually become the winning avatar for the VOCALOID3 engine. The winners were announced in May 2011 and the chosen designs were of Suzune Ringu and Lui Hibiki, a VOCALOID pair. However, the original designs by the submitter's artwork were completely revised by 119. Along with Ring and Lui's refinements he also did refinements for Manbo no Ane's VY2, 66. He also refined Rimiko's version of VY1, Kobushi Kiku, and all the VocaFesta mascots.
- Main article: 119
Jisun So was the 3D illustrator for VOCALOID3 SeeU.
Jisun So's SeeU model was featured in the I=Fantasy MV.
Benach is an artists who specializing in collage compositions.
David Inlines was the 3D illustrator for VOCALOID3 ONA.
Inlines is the 3Dmodeler of ONA featured in the concert during Mercè of Barcelona in 2013.
Rocoru was the illustrator for VOCALOID3 v flower's box sleeve.
Rocoru joined HoneyWorks in April 2013 and was the newest member in the group.
- Main article: Rocoru
Zhanyin Lorra: Da Nu LuoEdit
Da Nu Luo (大怒罗) was the illustrator for the cancelled now VOCALOID3 Zhanyin Lorra.
Da Nu Luo lives in the Beijing Chaoyang District.She attended China Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA).