Delusional .

Delusional .

Artist’s Statement

As the theme for the exhibit was centred and based on “Food”, Delusional whose main theme and genre concentrated in romance, combined the two themes together to create the sub-theme “Feeding the one I love”.

These two portraits depict several ways of feeding a person we love. In one we become the giver and the other, the receiver. Using two of the main characters from our visual novel Otome game, Agent of Love, in both instances we wanted the portraits to exude a pleasant feeling in the heart of our audiences.

With the game set in Japan, we hinted at this setting by clothing the character in the
traditional Japanese Yukata. Since the exhibit preparations started in September, we decided to set the timeframe based on the full moon festival in Japan, Tsukimi. The food shown in the images are food that you can purchase at the various food stalls during the festival.

Biography

Delusional is an independent and self-funded developer of interactive Visual Novels
(VN), based in Sydney, Australia. Focusing on the genre of Josei Romance in Otome
games, a Romance Dating Simulation for the female audience.

Delusional started with a couple of friends having a common goal: to provide realistic
stories containing richer content, deeper and darker* storylines, engaging characters
and an immersive delusional world to heighten the user experience.

With Josei as a genre of our Otome games, Delusional aims to develop and create a
romantic world to deliver a rollercoaster ride of emotions for fans to explore josei
romance at their fingertips.

Our first game, Agent of Love is a dark* romantic drama about a woman and the
struggles she will face as she treads through various personal and social expectations.
She will also come across cases so disturbing, that you may hesitate on the choices she
has to make as the stories reach their respective endings.

Agent of Love is written from a first-person perspective to encourage user immersion
allowing the player to engage and empathise with the protagonist.

To see through her eyes, feel her emotions and choose the path that best suits her
situation or be ready to face the consequences.

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  • Delusional .

    Feeding the one I love – Hajime Fukuyama

    Digital Art, Radiance photo paper 260gsm

    54.1 × 41.8 cm

    $300.00

  • Delusional .

    Feeding the one I love – Kouhei Takeuchi

    Digital Art, Radiance photo paper 260gsm

    54.1 × 48.1 cm

    $300.00