VY1 v4: Himemi SakamotoEdit

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Himemi Sakamoto was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 VY1 v4's illustration.

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v4 flower: △○□×Edit

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△○□× (aka. Miwasiba (みわしいば)) was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 v4 flower and VOCALOID5 MEIKA Hime & Mikoto.

Miwasiba has provided many illustrators for various producers.

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Sachiko: Midori FuuEdit

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Midori Fuu was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 Sachiko.

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RUBY: Natasha AllegriEdit

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Natasha Allegri was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 RUBY's final design.

Allegri is an artist, storyboard revisionist, writer, and illustrator. She is known for working on cartoons such as Adventure Time and Bee and Puppycat.

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DEX and DAINA: EmissarySteelEdit

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EmissarySteel was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 DEX and DAINA, this includes their kemonomimi and headphone versions.

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Otori Kohaku and AKAZA: ntnyEdit

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ntny was the illustrator for VOCALOID4's Otori Kohaku and AKAZA.

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Fukase: mikumaEdit


mikuma was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 Fukase.

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OSUK2 was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 UNI's finalized design.

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Yumemi Nemu: Yukiko HoriguchiEdit

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Yukiko Horiguchi (堀口悠紀子) was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 Yumemi Nemu and Tone Rion V4.

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LUMi: Hugin MiyamaEdit

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Hugin Miyama (深山 フギン) was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 LUMi.

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Xin Hua V4: ZARDEdit

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ZARD was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 Xin Hua.

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Hatsune Miku V4 Chinese: MamenomotoEdit

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Mamenomoto was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 Hatsune Miku Chinese.

She is also known for illustrating Snow Miku 2016.

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Luo Tianyi V4: TIDEdit

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TID was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 Luo Tianyi and her V4 Japanese package, Zhiyu Moke, and Mo Qingxian.

He provided illustrations for various producers and produced numerous pieces of VOCALOID fanart on Pixiv.

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Mirai Komachi: Visual Arts TeamEdit

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BANDAI NAMCO’s Visual Arts Team were the concept illustrators for VOCALOID4 Mirai Komachi.

The name(s) of the contributors have not been revealed but their artworks are available for usage on the official "Miraikomachi" website.

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RUBY: d_ArtemiEdit

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d_Artemi was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 RUBY's installer illustration.

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Xingchen: NovemberEdit

November Stardust november concept

November (aka. November Tòumíng Xīng (November透明星)) was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 Xingchen's concept art.

November lives in the Beijing Dongcheng District and was born on November 23, 1985. He attended the Beijing Film Academy.

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UNI: K170Edit

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K170 was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 UNI's early concept. This design was used for VOCALOID EMPIRE's site banner.

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Yuecheng: CleverCoolEdit

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CleverCool was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 Yuecheng and was also the author of his manhua: "Mànhuà Jiā yǔ Dà Míngxīng: Yuèróng yǔ Yuèchéng" (2014).

CleverCool is a well known cosplayer, manhua artist, and the leader of the Chengdu Drawingsoul Studio (成都繪靈工作室). She is from Chengdu, Sichuan Province and she has been drawing since she was a child. According to an interview, she favors Yuecheng, but believes his twin sister, Yuerong, is closer to her in personality.[1]

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COCOROBO: Kinusa ShimotsukiEdit

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Kinusa Shimotsuki was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 COCOROBO.

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Zing: DomotoLainEdit

Domatolain Zing vocaloid debut

DomotoLain was the illustrator for VOCALOID4 Zing. She also drew the illustrations for Zing in the Zion mobile game and her general promotional artwork.

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Mirai Komachi: Hiroshi OnoEdit

Hiroshi Ono Miraikomachi by Dotman

Hiroshi Ono (小野浩) (aka. Mr. Dotman (Mr.ドットマン)) was the pixel sprite illustrator for VOCALOID4 Mirai Komachi.

Considered a legendary pixel ("dot") artist, Hiroshi is a graphic and logo designer who created sprites in the 80s during his time with Namco.


  • Some of his works included the Pac-Man series.

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