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'''Midori Harada''' (Japanese: '''原田みどり''' ''Harada Midori'') is an artist for the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. She has done work for various Pokémon materials and merchandise since 1996, but she began illustrating cards for the TCG later in the series, from about 2002 onward.
 
'''Midori Harada''' (Japanese: '''原田みどり''' ''Harada Midori'') is an artist for the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. She has done work for various Pokémon materials and merchandise since 1996, but she began illustrating cards for the TCG later in the series, from about 2002 onward.
   
She is known for her style, called ''Aire Verte'', of calm European landscapes. This is carried over for the official [[Hoenn]], {{Gdis|Battle Frontier|III}}, [[Sinnoh]], and updated [[Kanto]] and [[Johto]] maps seen in guidebooks.
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She is known for her style, called ''Aire Verte'', of calm European landscapes. This is carried over for the official [[Hoenn]], {{Gdis|Battle Frontier|III}}, [[Sinnoh]], {{Gdis|Battle Frontier|IV}}, and updated [[Kanto]] and [[Johto]] maps seen in guidebooks.
   
 
[[File:Ecruteak City Landscape.png|thumb|300px|right|Oblique view of Johto drawn for HG/SS]]
 
[[File:Ecruteak City Landscape.png|thumb|300px|right|Oblique view of Johto drawn for HG/SS]]
 
[[File:MidoriJirachi.jpg|thumb|100px| Example of Midori Harada's TCG artwork]]
 
[[File:MidoriJirachi.jpg|thumb|100px| Example of Midori Harada's TCG artwork]]
Here is a list of cards illustrated by Harada:
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* [[Battle Frontier (EX Emerald 75)]]
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For a list of cards Harada has illustrated, see [[:Category:Illus. by Midori Harada|here]].
* [[Ariados (Mysterious Treasures 20)]]
 
* [[Masquerain (Mysterious Treasures 55)]]
 
* [[Larvitar (EX Team Rocket Returns_63)]]
 
* [[Exeggutor δ (EX Holon Phantoms 41)]]
 
* [[Gardevoir (EX Ruby & Sapphire 7)]] ({{TCG|EX Power Keepers}} reprint only)
 
* [[Slaking (EX Ruby & Sapphire 12)]] ({{TCG|EX Power Keepers}} reprint only)
 
* [[Magneton (EX Dragon 17)]]
 
* [[Lanturn (EX Hidden Legends 38)]] ({{TCG|EX Power Keepers}} reprint only)
 
* [[Pidgeotto (EX FireRed & LeafGreen 45)]]
 
* [[Pidgeot (EX FireRed & LeafGreen 10)]]
 
* [[Pidgey (EX FireRed & LeafGreen 73)]]
 
* [[Skitty (EX Ruby & Sapphire 44)]]
 
* [[Treecko (EX Ruby & Sapphire 75)]]
 
* [[Grovyle (EX Ruby & Sapphire 31)]]
 
* [[Sceptile (EX Ruby & Sapphire 11)]]
 
* [[Magnemite (EX Dragon 62)]]
 
* [[Ralts (EX Power Keepers 59)]]
 
* [[Lairon (Mysterious Treasures 53)]]
 
* [[Bayleef (Mysterious Treasures 41)]]
 
* [[Mantyke (Diamond & Pearl 55)]]
 
   
 
She has also contributed to the following Pokémon merchandise:
 
She has also contributed to the following Pokémon merchandise:

Revision as of 02:38, 5 August 2011

Midori Harada.

Midori Harada (Japanese: 原田みどり Harada Midori) is an artist for the Pokémon Trading Card Game. She has done work for various Pokémon materials and merchandise since 1996, but she began illustrating cards for the TCG later in the series, from about 2002 onward.

She is known for her style, called Aire Verte, of calm European landscapes. This is carried over for the official Hoenn, Battle Frontier, Sinnoh, Battle Frontier, and updated Kanto and Johto maps seen in guidebooks.

Oblique view of Johto drawn for HG/SS
Example of Midori Harada's TCG artwork

For a list of cards Harada has illustrated, see here.

She has also contributed to the following Pokémon merchandise:

Trivia

  • Her favorite Pokémon is Cubone.

External links


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