Art Director: Yasufumi Soejima (Final Fantasy: Unlimited, Gankutsuou: The Count of Monte Cristo, Last Exile, Second Renaissance)

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8 thoughts on “Ristorante Paradiso: Background Art

  1. I love Rispara’s water colour style backdrops. They’re very fitting for the anime. Beautiful tones and shadings exudes a nice feeling all round. It made want to play with my water colour brushes again…haha.

      1. I took an art course in school before and water colour painting was the form that I picked as the main medium. But eh, I hardly dabble with my brushes these days. Besides, these days most people utilized digital methods and ya, that thing called photoshop XDDD

  2. Just gorgeous! (: It does have the Impressionist painting style, something which my lecturers have been stressing on for one of our Digital Painting subjects. The great thing on painting digitally is that you can always undo your actions, albeit not as fun as really utilizing the actual brush in your hands.

  3. I’m not an artist but I found the backgrounds lovely! I have a thing with art. Those watercolours plus the 3D gave the feeling of otherwordly-beautiful with a tinge of solidarity, something that puts your feet to the ground.

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