I really don't know how Mutsumi Inomata really looks like since I'm not a huge fan of her artwork. So I wanted to know if this is her. ->  I would really like to know so we could put the picture in the article. --SilentKlarinette 11:21, June 5, 2010 (UTC)
- I've no idea what she looks like either, actually. I don't think it's very important to have pictures of the artists of the series when people could be referred to off-site resources that have more info about that person, like Wikipedia or its own footnoted sources.
- By the way, that table doesn't really need to be a table. You can make a simple bulleted list since there is not much else to say that requires a chart-type display. Inomata always creates the designs for all of the important characters for the games she takes a part in anyway, unlike Fujishima who only does main characters in general, with Okumura taking up the rest of the designs.
- Also, it isn't accurate to say that Inomata does only Team Destiny games, since Tempest and Innocence were both outsourced, and Destiny/Eternia are credited to Telnet Japan and the remnants of Wolfteam. Destiny 2 existed as an NTS game before team names were invented, circa the Rebirth/Abyss era. The NTS "teams" are sort of an archaic term nowadays since both Team Symphonia/Project Vesperia and Team Destiny have pretty much merged together already. You can thank Tales of Hearts for that... even if some people claim that that game was created by a new "Team Hearts" group, which isn't true. The "teams" thing is mostly aesthetics nowadays, and only MelFes, Dimps, Alfa System, and Matrix Software are separate entities from NTS as a whole.
She apparently met and collaborated with him on something in 1988.