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News Artist Yuki Takano Leaves CIRCUS But Will Still Freelance
posted on 2012-06-20 12:40 EDT
Illustrator Yuki Takano announced on Wednesday that she left the adult game brand CIRCUS, although she assured her fans that she plans to work on assignments for CIRCUS as a freelancer. In particular, she anticipates working on tie-ins to the D.C.III ~Da Capo III~ game.
Takano worked with CIRCUS on the game art for D.C. II: Da Capo II, Princess Party, and RPG Academy. She also worked with La'cryma on the games Sora wo Tobu, Nanatsu-me no Mahou and fortissimo game. Because of her Da Capo work, she is credited for the original character design of the T.P. Sakura - Time Paladin Sakura - Jikū Bōeisen anime.
[Via Moe Ota-News Sokuhō]
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