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Unread 02-17-2011, 09:24 PM   #1
MisaChan
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Vocaloid Cosplay Help

Konnichiwa, and thanks for taking your time to look at this thread.

Okay, I'm starting a cosplay group. I will be Rin and Teto, and my friends will be Miku, Neru, and Haku. But the shirts are giving me a hassle.

I already have my Rin cosplay completed, but the Teto, Neru, and Haku ones are giving me trouble(our Miku is buying hers). I think the shirts look basically like polos without sleeves. Do you think I could do the same thing I do for Neru and Teto's for Haku but shorten it(it is going to be the non cleavage version). Thanks!
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Unread 03-23-2011, 09:14 PM   #2
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It sounds pretty accurate to me. Just keep in mind that you want to match the materials that your Miku's costume is going to have, otherwise the group will look very unbalanced.

Another thing to keep in mind of is the length of the skirts. I am not telling you to go out there with skirts so short that people see more than they need to, but excessively long skirts can ruin the image of the cosplay.
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