Shigeo Hamashima, an Eroge Artist, has been interviewed by MangaGamer, in commemoration of the Woman´s Month.
She is famous for being part of the cast that made Eroge! Sex and Games Make Sexy Games!, No, Thank You!!! and Euphoria.
In the Interview she say some things about the industry and how is to drawn dirty scenes that are made to made men excited.
Here are some samples. (To check the full interview click here.)
How did you get into the eroge industry? Were there any specific works or creators that inspired you to work on eroge?
I first discovered eroge through the game Dokyusei 2. I decided I wanted to work in the industry after I played Demonbane, Saya no Uta, Fate/stay Night and so on.
I've learned a lot about drawing erotic imagery since I joined ClockUp. I've been influenced by Koutarou Imanaka and Minashika Taki and they've taught me a lot.
How do you think your experience as a woman has informed your work?
It can be difficult because I don't know what it's like to be a man. I end up asking the men around me about what kinds of things help them get into––and off on––a scene and what sorts of things make it more difficult.
What are your favorite kinds of scenes to draw? Or favorite aspects of characters?
Lately, I've been pretty fond of scenes where characters start out bashful and gradually lose their composure.
I think just about any character can go through that sort of transformation.
What do you think about the state of the eroge industry as a whole? Is there anything you'd like to see change in the future?
I'm not all that well-informed about the industry as a whole, but… I'd like to work on something that could be played more casually. I think there are going to be increasingly more people playing games on tablets.