Currently continues to create images that involve the theme of gigantas.
Officially in Otaku Mode, Tamaki is described like this:
My motivation was to express the images in my head in the form of pictures. From around 2000, I started making simple composite images on the computer.
For my models, I use all sorts of things including dolls, monsters, military, and bishoujo figures. When I can't shoot the scenery I want, I either piece it together from other pictures or, in the case of hard to shoot pictures such as mountains at daybreak or snow-covered mountains, I use 3D CGI, which further expands the range of my work.
Also, I was deeply impressed by miniature pictures taken with a Tilt Shift lens, so I devised a way to manipulate photos to look miniature-like using Photoshop. I can say I devised it, but maybe it was just too bothersome for others to use. To this miniature-like world, I add a figure, which is already miniature. This creates a mysterious photo where it's hard to tell whether it's real or fake. That is what I enjoy so much, and I would also like the people who look at my photos to enjoy it as well.
Viral deception: Akihabara's Giant Loli
In 2004, Tamaki had made a photomontage using a figurine of a loli and a photograph of a street in Japan. In fact he made 3 montages using the same loli, making him believe the people that that controversial sculpture had in Japan. Very few knew this was just a joke.
Gallery (only GTS)
NOTE: It was very difficult to find his works, so thank you that we have been able to collect this.
Tilt Shift: What is his trick?
Tamaki exposes his trick in this video:
From which the following images are obtained
- In his gallery in Otaku Mode, Tamaki uses the word "giantess" as a key word, implying that he (most likely) is involved in the GTS community (and similar).
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