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The following is a gallery of concept art for Final Fantasy IV and its official novelization. All versions included. Much of the original concept was drawn by Yoshitaka Amano, with Kazuko Shibuya doing the artwork for the in-game sprites. Akira Oguro and Airi Yoshioka did artwork for the DS remake. Nintendo Power magazine did their own illustrations for their guide book for the original American release.
The original character artworks were drawn by Yoshitaka Amano.
The chibi artworks were drawn by Kazuko Shibuya.
Nintendo Power artworks were made for the American version.
Finest Fantasy for Advance ReleaseEdit
The Cecil and Kain faceplates were drawn by Yoshitaka Amano.
Gen Kobayashi did the character artwork for the GBA version, based on original artwork by Kazuko Shibuya for the SNES version.
The following DS version art was made by Akira Oguro. A lot of the concept art was initially posted on the developers' blog for the DS version.
The following DS version art was made by Airi Yoshioka.
The following artwork was made by Yoshitaka Amano.
The following artworks are from the Super Famicom manual.
The following location artworks for the DS remake were drawn by Airi Yoshioka.
The following location artwork for the DS remake was drawn by Akira Oguro:
The enemy artworks for the original version were done by Yoshitaka Amano.
The original summon artworks were drawn by Yoshitaka Amano.
The summon artworks for the DS version were made by Akira Ogura.
The following are Yoshitaka Amano artworks of various vehicles the party can use.
The following are illustrations from the Final Fantasy IV Settei Shiryou Hen strategy guide.
Miscellaneous DS version artwork:
The following illustrations for the Final Fantasy IV novelization were done by Akira Oguro.
Yoshitaka Amano ArtworksEdit
Nintendo Power ScansEdit
Scans for when Final Fantasy IV was featured in Nintendo Power.