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Artists under this section were acknowledged by an official company of a VOCALOID product. It is their work that contributed to the personification of the characters mentioned.

For official contributors see This page.

Contents - Unofficial VOCALOID illustrators (Notable mentions)

MiscellaneousAn unknown photographer #1Ivan GrlicAlijaAlvin Lee

DerivativesTamagoSmith HiokaCAFFEINDaigomanSangatsu Youka

Assorted contestsKjbionicleMuraichiYuukariRimiko

Vsinger contestsMOTHHANSSAKURikuhaoayaya

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Notable mentionsEdit

Artists under this section are recognized and regarded by a company and fandom, their work is seen as promoting a VOCALOID product.


Miscellaneous contributorsEdit

An unknown photographer #1Edit

An unknown photographer #1
About: An unknown photographer #1 is not a direct contributor to VOCALOID due to the photographer submitting his/her work to various stock photo websites. An example of the original Leon and Lola boxart is here titled "Profile of woman with finger next to lips".
Trivia: Contribution - Zero-G's LEON and LOLA.

Links: [http://www.fotosearch.com/FSD373/x13037575/ "Profile of woman with finger next to lips" x13037575


Ivan GrlicEdit

Ivan Grlic
About: Ivan Grlic is not a direct contributor to VOCALOID due to the photographer submitting his work to various stock photo websites. The submission by bg_knight (Ivan Grlic) was used for VOCALOID2 Prima. An example of the original is here titled "beauty profile". There are other images based on the model currently on the second page.
Trivia: Contribution - Zero-G's Prima.

Links: *"beauty profile" File#: 1709473
  • Grlic-art Notice: This domain name expired on 10/19/12 and is pending renewal or deletion


AlijaEdit

Alija
About: Alija is not a direct contributor to VOCALOID due to the photographer submitting her work to various stock photo websites. The submission by Alija was used for VOCALOID2 Tonio. An example of the original is here titled "Portrait of young man wearing tuxedo - black and white". There are other images based on the model known as Stanislav Jakuschevskij.
Trivia: Contribution - Zero-G's Tonio.

Links: Portrait of young man wearing tuxedo - black and white


Alvin LeeEdit

Alvin Lee
About: Alvin Lee is an Asian-Canadian comic book artist and illustrator known for his manga-styled art. He was commissioned in 2011 to create an image of Hatsune Miku posing with a black Toyota Corolla for the month of May. He has worked for many years with UDON Entertainment before he left mid-2007, and has worked with Marvel since.

For his work on the Corolla + Miku campaign, Lee stayed close to what the client ordered. However, he was free to be creative. Hatsune Miku had to be drawn to look a bit more mature, as opposed to her style that was widely accepted in Japan, in order to cater towards an international market. Lee worked to find a middle ground where she would look anime but still digestible to the everyday viewer. The image on the main page has Miku in a known pose by Japanese artist Tony Taka, which Lee states that the client really liked and wanted him to imitate. Even though he drew other variations, the final pose won in the end. Lee sees it as an homage or a remix to the original. When it comes to Miku's attire, there is a slight difference to KEI's original design; instead of one skirt stripe and single floating ribbons, she now has two, as intended by the client.
The angel winged Miku is available as a press release from Toyota in the May issue of Koream, Hyphen. The idea for the wings was inspired by the production seen during MikuPa 2011, where wings spread from Miku's back as she sings "Hatsune Miku no Gekishou" (初音ミクの激唱) by cosMoP. Both images are digitally colored by a different artist known as DOE (aka Man They Call Doe), another Canadian artist who is friends with Lee.

Trivia: Contribution - Toyota Corolla Campaign's Hatsune Miku.

Links: *Alvin Lee site


Derivative illustratorsEdit

These are illustrators known for their creation of the officially licensed VOCALOID derivative characters.

TamagoEdit

Tamago
About:
Trivia: Contribution - Hachune Miku, a direct derivative of Hatsune Miku done in super deformed style.

Links:


Smith HiokaEdit

Smith Hioka
About:
Trivia: Contribution - Akita Neru, a derivative of Hatsune Miku spurred from image boards and controversy.

Links:


CAFFEINEdit

CAFFEIN
About:
Trivia: Contribution - Yowane Haku, a derivative of a badly tuned Hatsune Miku.

Links: Pixiv


DaigomanEdit

Daigoman
About:
Trivia: Contribution - Sakine Meiko, a derivative that is a younger portrayal of MEIKO.

Links: Pixiv


Sangatsu YoukaEdit

Sangatsu Youka
About:
Trivia: Contribution - Tako Luka, a derivative of Megurine Luka that is based on her hair.

Links:


Contest illustratorsEdit

KjbionicleEdit

Kjbionicle
About: Kjbionicle created the winning entry of the for SONiKA's "New Look" contest. It should be noted that it was a contest for a copy of the VOCALOID software.
Trivia: Contribution - Winner of SONiKA's "New Look" design

Links: *deviantART


MuraichiEdit

Muraichi
About: Muraichi (むらいち) is a Japanese artist who entered the "Everyone's VOCALOID project" started in February 2011 for vocafes.com. In late May, the winning contestants were chosen and the VOCALOID characters were revealed. However, the two designs selected were altered from their original designs. Muraichi is the creator of Suzunone Ringu (now Ring Suzune) who was slated to become a mascot powered by the VOCALOID3 engine.
Trivia: Contribution - Winner of Everyone's Vocaloid Project, Suzunone Ringu's design

Links: *Pixiv
  • Pixiv ボカロ計画おじゃまします! (Suzunone Ringu)


YuukariEdit

Yuukari
About: Yuukari (ユーカリ) is a Japanese artist who entered the "Everyone's VOCALOID project" started in February 2011 for vocafes.com. In late May, the winning contestants were chosen and the VOCALOID characters were revealed. However, the two designs selected were altered from their original designs later in production. Yuukari is the creator of Lui (now Lui Hibiki) who was slated to become a mascot powered by the VOCALOID3 engine.
Trivia: Contribution - Winner of Everyone's Vocaloid Project, Lui's design.

Links: *Pixiv
  • Pixiv ボカロ計画! (Lui)


RimikoEdit

Rimiko
About: Rimiko is an illustrator who won the 'VocaFes' contest for VY1's concept design Kiku Kobushi, along with Manbou no Ane who won with VY2's concept design Roro (66). Rimiko had created and also provided illustrations mainly for utatte mitas rather than VOCALOID producers. Rimiko also designed the VY1v3 package's inner jacket.
Trivia: Contribution - YAMAHA (Bplats') VY1 concept.

Links:  : Main article: Rimiko


Vsinger illustratorsEdit

MOTHEdit

"MOTH" redirects here. For the song by SPiDER, see MOTH (SPiDER song).
MOTH
About:
Trivia: Contribution - Yayin Gongyu, who is now a VOCALOID3 named Luo Tianyi. Also designed the album cover for Mèng de qī cì fāng (梦的七次方), which features Tianyi's vocals.

Links:


HANSEdit

HANS
About:
Trivia: Contribution - Chou, who is now a supporting character named Mo Qingxian.

Links:


SAKUEdit

SAKU
About:
Trivia: Contribution - MOKO, who is now a supporting character named Zhiyu Moke.

Links:


RikuhaoEdit

Rikuhao
About:
Trivia: Contribution - Ling Caiyin, who is now a VOCALOID3 named Yuezheng Ling.

Links:


ayayaEdit

ayaya
About:
Trivia: Contribution - Yayin, who is now supporting character named Yuezheng Longya.

Links:

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