Digital Media Concepts/Nagishiro Mito

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NameNagishiro Mito
Native Name凪白みと
BornSeptember 6

Nagishiro Mito is a Japanese digital doujin artist and illustrator born on September 6. He is the only artist under the doujin circle "white parabellum". Nagishiro is known for being the illustrator for the Virtual Youtuber Shirakami Fubuki[1] and Kawakaze[2] from Azur Lane. He has also been a guest lecturer for Shizuoka Prefecture's Renaissance Design Academy.[3] Nagishiro has been working since 2013.

Overview[edit | edit source]

Nagishiro Mito is particularly noted for his love for white hair and kemonomimis - a Japanese trend where characters are given animal-like traits such as ears and tails. His artwork mainly consists of original artworks that frequently feature animal-girls wielding various weapons. His artworks also often are accompanied by detailed drawn landscape backgrounds. While original designs do make up the majority of Nagishiro's artwork, he is also known to draw fanart of various series, such as Azur Lane and Fate series. Nagishiro also frequently livestreams various personal activities on Niconico including live drawings and gameplay.

Comiket[edit | edit source]

Nagishiro Mito frequently has a booth at Comiket under the circle "white parabellum". He is a popular artist, with his booth often being crowded from the beginning of the event until they sell out. white parabellum's booth consists of Nagishiro's art anthologies as well as various merchandise featuring original art, such as tapestries and keychains.

Notable Works[edit | edit source]

Kawakaze[edit | edit source]

Nagishiro Mito is the character designer for Kawakaze from the game Azur Lane. He has been featured to do a live drawing of new art for Kawakaze at official Azur Lane events. His artwork has also been featured on official Azur Lane merchandise.

Known Works[edit | edit source]

Light Novels[edit | edit source]

Disファンタジー・ディスコード 異世界が嫌いでもエルフの神様になれますか?(KADOKAWA)[4]

王女殿下はお怒りのようです (OVERLAP)[5]


Original Doujinshi[edit | edit source]

kemo&buki (COMITIA 116)

Zephyranthes(Comiket 90)

sasanqua (Comiket 91)

Acidanthera (Comiket 92)

kemo&buki2 (COMITIA 122)

Acidanthera弐 (Comiket 93)

Alstroemeria (COMIC1☆11)

Digitalis ケモミミ魔法使い本 (Comiket 94)

Abelia rakugaki art work (Comiket 94)

White Lily (Comiket 95)

ORIGAMI (Comiket 95)

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Light Novels[edit | edit source]

External Links[edit | edit source]








References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Shirakami Fubuki". Retrieved 1 March 2019.
  2. "Kawakaze". Retrieved 1 March 2019.
  3. "専門学校ルネサンス・デザイン アカデミー". Retrieved 1 March 2019.
  4. "Disファンタジー・ディスコード 異世界が嫌いでもエルフの神様になれますか?". Retrieved 1 March 2019.
  5. "王女殿下はお怒りのようです". Retrieved 1 March 2019.
  6. "夜空ノ一振リ". Retrieved 1 March 2019.