Hayao Miyazaki magic has spawned its fair share of Ghibli-inspired fan art, and many of those artworks have been created by incredibly talented artists. French artist, painter, and sculptor Louise Terrier is one such artist. Creating watercolor paintings inspired by Studio Ghibli, the Annecy-based artist applies her multifaceted talent to colorful masterpieces of our favorite characters.

In her watercolor paintings, you’ll find familiar faces from movies like My Neighbor Totoro, Princess Mononoke, and Kiki’s Delivery Service. Terrier says she began scribbling since the day her parents put a pencil in her hands, and she hasn’t stopped since. She writes on her Facebook:

When people ask me: where does that creative energy come from? I would say I don't know! But it’s just a part of me, like my nose in the middle of my face!

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You can purchase prints of her Tribute To Ghibli works on Society6 here.

By - grape Japan editorial staff.