Isshou-ni.net is proud to announce its first update!
- Thank you so much to everyone who has visited the site thus far. I have received many gracious remarks and I am so thankful to all of you who have taken the time to compliment Isshou-ni.net and encourage me.
- Perhaps the most exciting news is that Isshou-ni.net has a bunch of new affiliates! It is such an honour to be recognized by such prestigious BSSM sites. Do give them a visit.
- We also have a brand new additional manga coloring artist. Please welcome pinksugarheart! You can view her beautiful work in our fanworks section.
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(Source: simpatie, via k3utommy)
Kotake (コタケ) has an old-school manga style that you don’t come across too often anymore. Their already flat coloring is done with shades that mostly stay around the same value, creating low contrast images with no element coming any more forward than another. This style forces you to churn through the entire picture, spending time with all parts of the relatively detailed line-work.
Something about Kotake’s characters gives me a strong sense that they are or once were alive — something about them seems very real. When I look through their art, it feels like I am looking through a picture album full of memories, or perhaps something more intimate.
For Kotake’s Pixiv: http://www.pixiv.net/member.php?id=598083
And for their site (with a lot of great rough work): http://kotake96.blog38.fc2.com/