Hauru no ugoku shiro (ハウルの動く城) (translated: Howl's Moving Castle) is Studio Ghibli's animated fantasy film based on Diana Wynne Jones's fantasy novel with the same name. The film was scripted, directed by Hayao Miyazaki and released in 2004. This film is one of Studio Ghibli's best adaptation. I tried to simplify as much details as possible while making this fan-art (like relaxing). Overall, this piece still bears influences from the film as well as my style.
Gake no Ue no Ponyo (崖の上のポニョ) translated "Ponyo on the Cliff", also known as "Ponyo on the Cliff by the sea" is Studio Ghibli animated film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki. The film was released in 2008. Since i wasn't getting too tired after finished Arrietty pic, I just went ahead and completed this one. Once again, with influences from the film combining with my art style, another pic is just added to the collection.
The Secret World of Arrietty (also known as The Borrower Arrietty) and Kari-gurashi no Arietti (借りぐらしのアリエッティ) in Japanese is Studio Ghibli animated film based on Mary Norton's The Borrowers. The film was directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi and released in Japan in 2010. Since this is one of my favorite film, I spent sometimes working over color and space.
Neko no Ongaeshi (猫の恩返し), also known as The Cat Returns, is Studio Ghibli animated film released in 2002. The film features returning characters from previous Miyazaki's Whisper of the Heart (Baron ,Muta...). Hiroyuki Morita directed the film. Very interesting and cute film is all i can say. Baron is among my favorite Ghibli's characters and i still like him after years.
Majo no Takkyubin (魔女の宅急便) translated "Witch's Delivery Service", also know as Kiki's Delivery Service is Studio Ghibli animated fantasy film based on Eiko Kadono's novel with the same name. The film was written, directed by Hayao Miyazaki and release in Japan in 1989. Kiki's Delivery Service was one of my childhood favorite because the film's story was just adorable and beautiful.
Kaze Tachinu (風立ちぬ) - (translated: The Wind Rises) is an animated film made by Studio Ghibli based on Tatsuo Hori's manga with same name. It was directed by Hayao Miyazaki and released in Japan this year. I used my art style with influences from Hayao Miyazaki's art style. For some reasons when making this fan art folder, i didn't start drawing early film such as Neighbor Totoro, Castle in the Sky... but they will probably come later as I can promise you.
Tenku no Shiro Rapyuta (天空の城ラピュタ) translate "Raputa: Castle in the Sky", also known as Castle in the Sky is Studio Ghibli animated adventure film which was written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki. Castle in the Sky was released in Japan in 1986 and also the first Studio Ghibli production.
I have a little memory over Castle in the Sky because it was an old film and even when it was re-released on DVD/Bluray, somehow I did not have chance to watch it over. However, It is one of the most creative film and the story is fantastic.
Mononoke-hime (もののけ姫), translated "Princess Mononoke", is Studio Ghibli animated film which was written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki. The film was released in Japan in 1997. Mononoke hime was one of finest Ghibli's animated feature because of high contrast among good vs evil, human vs nature...
Hotaru no Haka (火垂るの墓) translated "Grave of the Fireflies" is Studio Ghibli animated film which was written and directed by Isao Takahata. The film is based on Akiyuki Nosaka's novel with same name. Grave of Fireflies was released in Japan the same year as My Neighbor Totoro in 1988. This film was one of Studio Ghibli's master piece, the dramatic element combined with multiple reflective layers during WW2 in Japan made Grave of the Fireflies becoming deeper emotional story. Even I'm not a big fan of war film, Grave of the Fireflies has something which drove me into making this fan-art.
Tonari no Totoro (となりのトトロ) translated "My Neighbor Totoro" is Studio Ghibli animated fantasy film which was written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki. The film was released in Japan in 1988. My Neighbor Totoro was one of Studio Ghibli's memorable film in late 80s. The story was simple but combined multiple layers of thoughtfulness. When I was a little kid, watching My Neighbor Totoro gave me hope and strength to practice and learn to become artist. I still keep that idea in mind after years.