This section is mainly for me, my list of KiSS artists who were influential in my own work or whos work I just really really admire.
Dov Sherman - The first KiSS set I ever played with was his Ranma water changing set. It came with the viewer which my dad downloaded from happy puppy way back when Jennifer and Stephen used to run it. What a set to start with! Dov's work has always been tight, both artistically and code-wise. I only wish he still produced a new set now and then because I've always enjoyed his work. Please support the Big Kiss Page! It's been a center of the community almost since Kisekae began.
Moonshade - I don't know where to find this guy anymore! He never had a personal site and e-mails sent to his address just bounce. If anyone has any leads on him pass them along! His Corynna set floored me the first time I played with it. The sheer amount of variety in clothing and all the little switches and gadgets and gizmos to play with made for much replay value in the set and a definite inspiration. It was his sets that got me off my butt and going on my own Gambit set. All his subsequent sets have been equally deep and involved as Corynna. His and Dov's sets alone are worth the subscription price to Otakuworld.
Cal Callisto - Cal's another artist whos work I've always dug. He puts a large amount of animation in his sets and usually picks characters I would pick if I were more prolific. His art and code are tight as well. His site was shut down recently and he's got a temporary site that you can download his dolls from. He also had some killer tutorials that I'll link to once he gets back up and running.
Asia de Garde - Unfortunately I only REALLY learned of Asia after she had passed away. I had downloaded her self-portrait set and the expansion and enjoyed them a ton. I wasn't part of the community as much then and hadn't had a chance to chat with her at all which I kind of regret. Her sets had an intrinsically fun quality about them. They were just "right". Please visit her memorial site, read her stories and give her sets a try.
Tea - For some unexcusable reason I've only recently become aware of Tea and her work. She pushes kiss beyond it's anime roots and comes up with some very different sets. She's another good reason to subscribe to the Big Kiss Page, as most of her sets can only be found there. She was also an early big supporter of this page.
Dominatrix and King In Yellow - I group them together because they frequently collaborate and Dominatrix hosts a lot of KIY's sets on the H'n'H times page. The biggest contribution these two have given to me is their wonderful How2CNF and How2Fkiss sets. They are musts for any beginner to Kisekae creation. I'll try to get permission to host those two sets here because I feel they're so informative.