Creator of Kawaii & Chibi Dobutsu
I can’t lie; sugar and bunnies have to be my absolute favorite things in the world. It’s no wonder I named my shop after them! The Sugar Bunnies are the natural result from that, literally combining what I love most. They’re sweet, tiny and in my mind I view them as wonderful little helpers. They’re always there for me!
These fat, roly-poly bunnies are the first characters I created for my shop, and are still one of my favorites. Round critters are always adorable, and imagining how their squishy form sort of puddles when it comes to rest is how they got their name. They’re so much fun to squash and stretch when I draw them.
Cupcake Kitties are adorable cat confections! They were created from a happy accident that mixed a kitten with sprinkles and frosting. The combination was too cute to resist, so I added a cherry on top, and voila! The sweetest kittens you will ever find! They come in all sorts of cupcake flavors, but the vanilla one is my favorite.
They say things always come in threes, and these bunny triplets are no exception. Neapolitan ice cream is one of my favorite color combinations (pink, cream and brown), so I united it with my favorite animal to make the cutest little triplets. I really admire pretty confections, so these cuties give me a chance to draw them with an adorable bunny twist.
When I decided I wanted to make a fox character I knew immediately that I wanted to combine him with dumplings. They’re such a cute food item and they match his soft orange color so well! I made him fluffy and plump and gave him some little dumpling-shaped chicks as friends. Doki is one of my most popular characters, and he’s totally okay with this!
This bread cat is a relatively new character, but has been very well received by everyone I show him to. I came up with him while enjoying melonpan, one of my favorite Japanese treats, and decided to mix it with cats for fun. “Nyan” is “meow” and “pan” is “bread,” so his name is literally Meow-bread, and I think that is so adorable!
Lucky cat is a traditional Asian symbol of luck and wealth. You often find them adorning entryways and are meant to beckon good fortune inside. This is my own personal take on the theme! It was really enjoyable to come up with my own design while still basing it on the established characteristics, and I’m pleased to find that people both recognize and enjoy my version of it.
This sweet little fawn is actually a very personal character to me. I created him for myself, and when people saw him they immediately began asking for more of him. This made me so happy! Fawn spots are already cute, but making them flower shapes felt like an extra adorable touch, and when I added lavender for accents his name became obvious. I’m so glad that people seem to love him as much as I do.
Gamercat is one of those things that just happens and you’re not quite sure how. It started when I wanted to make a game system case and I needed a cute character to put on it, so I drew up this spunky black kitty, who I based on my own pet cat. After that, I began to picture him in funny gaming situations from a cat’s perspective, and did a few random comics of it for fun. He was instantly well-received and now has his own weekly comic!