Sotoko, the Japanese Artist Who Draws Minimalistic Illustrations of Short-Haired Girls – Design You Trust

Sotoko, the Japanese Artist Who Draws Minimalistic Illustrations of Short-Haired Girls

A few months ago, I came upon a Japanese artist’s Instagram page: @e.sotoko. The minimalistic illustrations immediately captured my heart, so I decided to follow the account.

Sotoko tries to express the beauty of women in few strokes and simple lines. The artist is very fond of short hairstyles on girls, and most of the drawings feature short-hair ladies with a cool yet elegant style. For those interested in the tools used to create such refined art, the artist discloses that the tools used are an Ipad and an Apple pencil. Sotoko also uses Clip Studio Paint Ex as editing software and says that daily practice is crucial.

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