CURRENT STATUS: Unfortunately most of my Sailor Moon artwork, which was a lot, from 1995-1999 were lost, given away to friends and classmates, or destroyed. They consisted of drawings, greeting cards, drawings of original poses, and a few traces (for shame!). All of the artwork below are kept in a photo box in my bedroom closet unless otherwise noted. I am considering putting up a Sailor Moon maze I made back in the day.

1999-2000 work

Sailor Jupiter:
Medium(s) - Crayola watercolor paint
Comments - This was one of my successful paintings, a big accomplishment for me since I am not a painter.

Sailor Mercury:
Medium(s) - Crayola watercolor paint
Comments - This painting is an improvement from the one of Sailor Jupiter.

The Inners (Ami, Usagi, Chibi-usa, Makoto, Minako, Rei, and Diana):
Medium(s) - Crayola color pencils, black outliner, color pens
Comments - This was the first group picture I had ever done.

Sailor Mars:
Medium(s) - Crayola color pencils, black outliner
Comments - Scissors were used to cut the flames around the edges of the paper.

Chibi-usa and Pink Sugar Stick:
Medium(s) - Crayola markers, black outliner
Comments - This was drawn on white stickers pasted on top of the box covers of video tapes.

Chibi-usa and Luna-P:
Medium(s) - Crayola markers, black outliner
Comments - This was drawn on white stickers pasted on top of the box covers of video tapes. Out of these four drawings on top of box covers, I think this one is the best.

Mini Usagi and Chibi-usa:
Medium(s) - Crayola markers, black outliner
Comments - This was drawn on white stickers pasted on top of the box covers of video tapes.

Sailor Moon:
Medium(s) - Crayola markers, black outliner
Comments - This was drawn on white stickers pasted on top of the box covers of video tapes.

Sailormoon Box:
Medium - Markers on wood Comments - My dad found this box recently (2009). It must have been decorated 10 years ago or so! Some of the symbols are faded. CURRENT STATUS: In my garage with other storage boxes.

2002 work

Cute Usagi:
Medium(s) - black Zebra Jimnie Gel Rollerball Medium, black and grey markers
Comments - I think this turned out pretty well for a black and white drawing.

Miniature Sailor Venus:
Medium(s) - Pilot Precise V5 Extra Fine rolling ball as an outliner, markers, color pencils
Comments - This turned out really well. Markers really suit this picture.

Sailor Venus:
Medium(s) - Pilot Precise V5 Extra Fine rolling ball as an outliner, markers, color pencils
Comments - There's not much detail because I drew it from a sticker and the picture was very small.

Sailor Jupiter:
Medium(s) - Pilot Precise V5 Extra Fine rolling ball as an outliner, markers, color pencils
Comments - The original picture is much better since the scanner changed the colors a bit.

Miniature Sailor Mercury:
Medium(s) - black Zebra Jimnie Gel Rollerball Medium, black and grey markers
Comments - This one is good. The black and white keeps it nice and simple, and the fact that it is minature made it easier to draw.

2003 work

Miniature Sailor Jupiter:
Medium(s) - Sanford Liquid Expresso (Extra fine line pen) as an outliner, gray marker
Comments - I really like this one, I think it's very cute and simple.

Sailor Mars:
Medium(s) - Pilot Precise V5 Extra Fine rolling ball as an outliner, Pentel markers, peach and light peach Sanford PRISMACOLOR color pencils
Comments - This was is from the opening credits of the SailorStars (final) season. It turned out well enough.

Michiru:
Medium(s) - Pilot Precise V5 Extra Fine rolling ball as an outliner, Pentel markers, peach and light peach Sanford PRISMACOLOR color pencils
Comments - This one turned out pretty well and my friends like it.

Rei:
Medium(s) - Crayola markers, Pilot Precise V5 Extra Fine rolling ball as an outliner, a thin black marker
Comments - From the SailorStars opener, one of the easier ones to draw.

Sailor Pluto:
Medium(s) - Pilot Precise V5 Extra Fine rolling ball as an outliner, Sanford Prismacolor peach and light peach, Pentel markers
Comments - This turned out pretty well even though it doesn't look exactly like the manga one.

Hotaru:
Medium(s) - Crayola markers, Pentel markers, a black Uni ball Signo RT Gel pen
Comments - I really liked how this one turned out.

Motoki Furuhata:
Medium(s) - Pentel markers, Prismacolor color pencils, V5 outliner
Comments - I decided to draw some one who is not a senshi but a regular character, who works at Crown game center. The picture may look funny because I didn't draw the rest of his back, but there was a border there on the Sailor Moon sticker.

2004 work

Haruka:
Medium(s) - Pentel markers, V5 rolling ball outliner, Prismacolor color pencils, some Crayola color pencils
Comments - Image drawn from the back of Sailormoon manga number 14. One friend commented that she looked too feminine.

Sailor Uranus:
Medium(s) - Pentel markers, V5 rolling ball outliner, Prismacolor color pencils, some Crayola color pencils
Comments - Image drawn from the front of Sailormoon manga number 14. This one looks alright except for her expression.

Outer Senshi:
Medium(s) - Prismacolor and Crayola color pencils, Pentel and Crayola markers, V5 rolling ball outliner, various black fine-tip markers, white and grey Crayola crayons
Comments - I drew this while I had some free time in my dorm. It turned out pretty well but I think I like the words better than the actual drawing.

Sailor Chibimoon:
Medium(s) - Prismacolor color pencils, Pentel and Crayola markers, a Crayola white crayon, V5 rolling ball outliner
Comments - I like the top Chibimoon picture more than the bottom.

Chibi Chibi:
Medium(s) - V5 rolling ball outliner and Crayola color pencils
Comments - This turned out pretty well even though Chibi Chibi is tough to draw for me. I don't know what it is about her.

The Cats - Artemis & Luna, Diana & Luna-p:
Medium(s) - V5 rolling ball outliner, various Prismacolor markers in greys and black, two grey Tombo ABT N55 markers, a white Crayola crayon
Comments - The picture of Luna and Artemis was drawn from a very tiny picture of the couple so that is why there is not much detail. I think Luna-p looks much better in color. Diana turned out pretty good and cute.

Tuxedo Mask:
Medium(s) - Prang watercolor paint
Comments - I really like the way this one turned out because Tuxedo Kamen is definitely hard for me to draw since I have trouble drawing guys. Also, it was fun to experiment with paint rather than my usual use of markers and color pencils.

Setsuna Meioh:
Medium(s) - Prang watercolor paint & V5 rolling ball outliner
Comments - This one turned out beautifully despite some minor errors. Painting is pretty fun.

Sailor Saturn:
Medium(s) - four Prang pencils (HB, 3B, 5B, 6B) and a Pilot Precise V7 Rolling Ball Fine
Comments - This is from the front cover of manga 9 but in black and white. I like the way it turned out.

Eternal Sailor Moon:
Medium(s) - oil paints with mineral solvent
Comments - I had some extra canvases left over from my beginning painting class this quarter so I decided to paint Sailor Moon. It turned out quite good but of course not as good at Takeuchi-sensei. CURRENT STATUS: Hung in my bedroom over my Sailor moon shelf.

Sailor Neptune:
Medium(s) - Pilot Precise V7 Rolling Ball Fine, set of rainbow mini-markers (brand name unknown), Crayola markers
Comments - For the break I only assigned myself two pieces, this one and the following. I think this one turned out really well; I should draw more pieces like this where there is lots of shadow. Neptune's skin should be a shade lighter but this looks fine to me.

Chiba, Mamoru:
Medium(s) - Pilot Precise V7 Rolling Ball Fine, Prang color pencils (white, pink, black), Prismacolor color pencils (light peach and peach)
Comments - Guys are hard for me to draw so I think this one turned out well. I was going to paint this with gouache but it just didn't work so I went back to using color pencils. It gives it a softer feel than markers.

Senshi:
Medium - pencil
Comments - Sketches for my acrylic painting class in the largest sketchbook I own. Two of the images here were altered and posted prior, but I wanted to show all of them in their natural state. Sailor Saturn and Sailor Venus are probably my favorite ones.

2005 work

Sailor Venus:
Medium(s) - pencil, HP PhotoImpression
Comments - I am not sure if I want to outline and color this, which I drew in my sketchbook for my Drawing II class two quarters ago. The orange color that I got from changing the brightness and contrast seems to fit well.

Sailor Mars:
Medium(s) - pencil, HP PhotoImpression
Comments - The red is actually from the original photo. I took a picture of this one and Sailor Venus with a digital camera instead of scanning it. I don't know how the red color came about but it looks cool. Unfortunately it is not very clear on this site.

Outer planetary signs:
Medium(s) - bronze, patinas, wax
Comments - This is the first bronze sculpture piece I have ever done. We used a sand mold process. I used powertools and a whole different bunch of patinas. It was especially hard to get the purple and crimson colors. It was sealed with wax and buffed. This piece looks really old and like it fell to the bottom of the ocean, but in the center is supposed to be a moon. CURRENT STATUS: On my nightstand at home.

2006 work

Evil Begone (Akuryou Taisan!):
Medium(s) - acrylic paints, gessoed paper
Comments - The idea for this came to me recently because my friend took a picture of himself doing "Venus Love Me Chain", so I was thinking why not do a Mars attack? It also made use of excess pieces of gessoed paper left over from my Drawing II class; instead of just throwing them away, I could make something useful. I plan to make some more, but so far these are the only two. The one in red is from PGSM (Japanese characters) and the black one is from BSSM (Chinese characters). They are placed on top of a one of my favorite folders, with flames. CURRENT STATUS: On my bedroom door.

Sketch:
Medium - Unknown fine pen
Comments - Not sure which year this was done since there is no signature nor date, however it was probably around this time. It is inside the left side of one of my sketchbooks, mostly for inspiration.

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