At the very least it'd be interesting hearing what it's like in the process of the making, so sure!
: O Do you have any examples of things you've done?
I used to listen quite some to vocaloid music.
With vocaloids do you work mostly with anglophone ones or the Japanese-singing ones? : o
How do I make it so I don't get a whole tone of mail in my inbox from maiotaku?
I've never been in Vancouver, but I keep hearing that the residential costs over there are quite higher than the ones in Toronto. It would be a great spot for a brief tourist visit someday, but I'm too afraid of actually living there due to all the economic statistics that I've been seeing. Anyways, are you studying music production as part of some college program or is it just a personal hobby? You can reply through the private messaging system if you're more comfortable.
Hello, welcome to the site
Ever since last year, when I first discovered Vocaloid, I really wanted to find some Neru Akita cosplayers in person at my local con, but I had no luck. I was only able to find them online through Google's image search, and there's not very many of them.
Do you travel around a lot? If so, will you be attending FanExpo Canada 2017 in Toronto?
I love how you got the uniform and the ribbon to perfectly match the character's authentic appearance, but you're missing the long ponytail on the side of your head. I like the long-hair version of Neru.
From what I've learned, since Neru was an unofficial character she had 2 different fan-made voice configurations. One of them was a higher pitched Miku while the other one was a lower-pitched Rin. On YouTube there are people debating about which voice configuration they like better. As for me personally, the lower-pitched Rin voice suits Neru the best.
Luka and Gumi are my second and third favourite characters. I love their rendition of "Happy Synthesizer". Luka's accent when she says English words is hilariously cute.