Anime Illustration Online Workshop: Learn from a Japanese Professional

In this free workshop, learn how to draw a wide range of eye shapes directly from a Japanese artist who has helped a lot of comic artists. You can try drawing cool or cute eyes for anime and manga characters! The seminar will be held live online from 5pm to 7pm on Sunday, January 22 (Japan Standard Time).

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    This seminar will be held online and virtually hosted in Tokyo
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In this seminar, we will discuss the following:

  • Greetings & details about the workshop
  • Information about Adachi Education Group
  • Learn how to draw a wide variety of eye forms
  • Try to draw your own character’s eyes
  • Get feedback and advice from the instructor
  • Live drawing by the instructor
  • Q&A

Equipment You’ll Need

  • Blank papers (white papers would be the best)
  • Pencils and colored pencils

*We kindly request you refrain from filming the seminar.


Japan Animation Association (JAA)
Shiho Morita

Morita sensei or Ms. Morita is a member of Japan Animation Association (JAA) with more than 10 years of experience in the Animation industry. She has been working as a professional Animator, Illustrator and instructor at Tokyo Cool Japan College in Tokyo, Japan. Currently, she specializes in designing characters for children’s TV programs. Projects that she was involved in during her career are NHK E-TV show for children, series anime “Nobunaga Concerto” (2009) as a character designer, background designer and illustrator. Also, she was in charge of designing animation effects for new product’s promotional video of Calpis – a popular beverage company in Japan.

GPlusMedia Inc.
Yasuhiro Kitagawa

Yasuhiro is in charge of business development within GPlusMedia and integrates GPlusMedia with Gakken Group to build up synergy and new services/products across different channels to make it global.


This seminar will be held online and virtually hosted in Tokyo




The registration period for this seminar has ended, but we have other upcoming seminars here.