The purpose of this article is to highlight stylistic markers of a given artist, to aid in identification of pictures of unknown origin.
- Round, almost ball-like body
- Very thin, pointed tongue
- Wetness/drool/sweat/tears drawn as hard, single pixel lines.
- Eyes are black circles with highlights; no sclera lines.
- Eyes typically drawn with an upward tick toward the forehead (as highlighted).
- Pupils, when filled, are filled with solid black except for a single highlight.
- Gradients very often used in coloured works
- Crying eyes are always slanted or slit like, multiple tear drops
- Open eyes are large, round, solid or hashed black irises with large and smaller highlights; usually shows a thin sclera.
- "Solid round" manjuu shape
- In singluar images or within a series, artist often illustrates at least yukkuri (typically a Ko-Reimu) peeing (as a result of fear or anger).
- Sketchy, pixel-art/pencil feel
- Eyes practically never coloured, mostly empty
- Crying usually a constant stream, not interrupted drops
- Shading hash is parallel slanted lines.
- Blobby shape, or a worm like shape, especially when moving
- Mad tongue
- Highly exaggerated facial expressions
- Two lines extending from the edges of the mouth; bottom half of the mouth is much more prominent than the upper part.
- Pupils solid black with one highlight.
- Art style is identical to that of Gesuaki. They may be the same person.