Thursday, February 25, 2010


Hello, this is Assistant Editor Hanako here to bring you an update. For most of us, things have been quite hectic lately, so we haven't been able to get much done recently. This is especially true for my elder siblings, who are the ones that normally make these blog posts. However, rest assured that we shall be getting things straightened out soon.

Also note that production of "Ketsueki no Iro wa..." has been postponed for a few months until Summer Vacation begins and we are all able to work on it without interrupt. In the meantime, I'm thinkig of making a smll RPG with Shocky to placate you, our ever-so-hungry fans, with a new release. This is not set in stone, however, but with hope, you'll all be playing an RPG before long and you can stop asking us "when's the new release coming out?" for a while...

-Hanako, Assistant Editor, KAMINARI

Monday, February 1, 2010

KAMINARI's Members

If you ever wondered what the members of KAMINARI looked like, since the only introduction they have ever been given was during the first post of this blog (, then fret no more!

Shockpulse, our resident 2nd-in-Command of Art, has posted to her DeviantArt account (mentioned in the previous post) an illustration of the lot of us, including our mascots. Her Artist's Comments elaborate on who is who, as well as remind you of who does what.

See it here:

Concepts & Misc. Illustrations

Though Kana is our lead artist, by nature of having the best art skills, Shockpulse has started posting some of her own art of KAMINARI works that have been, will be, are, or never will be, as well as art of our mascots, Kaminari-tan and Kuniyth (they show up from time to time in our work), on her DeviantArt account. She has also taken the time to list details on different projects or the process of making a game, story, or piece of art, so you should read her "Artist's Comments" below each one.

For a great example, check out the 4koma concept for Kari^2 during early drafts:
The Artist's Comments go in rather deep with explanations and details about the evolution of the project. A very interesting read, in fact.

Check it all out here:
(Remember, she's still actively posting, so check back every once in a while!)