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No. 170868[Reply]

Originally utaite (歌い手) was a term to describe online artists who covered various VOCALOID songs and uploaded them under the utattemita (歌ってみた) tag the onto video websites like NND and YouTube. Due to its growing popularity in recent years, the term seems to have shifted to include people who cover non-VOCALOID songs, too.

Some questions to get it started, feel free to ignore
>When and how did you get into it?
>Who's your favorite?
>What's your favorite cover?
>Do you like ryouseirui?
>Do you listen to non-Japanese utaite, too?
>Have you seen anyone live?
>How do you feel about the shift between vocaloid exclusive content and the current broader definition?
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No. 170897

>When and how did you get into it?
Haha, oh wow. I got into it through the Vocaloid fandom obviously in the 2011-2013 sort of era. I also joined the western vocaloid/youtaite fandom and uploaded vocaloid covers I made and (actual vocal covers) to Youtube. Made a lot of friends along the way.

>Who's your favorite?

My favorite is ゆある(Yuaru), I love her strong chest voice. She sounds so lovely and powerful.

>What's your favorite cover?

To this day it's probably Tengaku by Hanatan. Vid related. I listen to it when I want to feel empowered lol? It's cringe but who gives a fuck.

>Do you like ryouseirui?

I used to. I considered myself one as well back in the day since my voice is naturally deep. I enjoy the voice acting part of it but slowly grew out of the "gender-special" aspect. I think it's impressive to be able to use multiple registers of your voice in a way that sounds good. Ika-san is one of my favorite ryouseirui. I also enjoyed Kogainu back in the day.

>Do you listen to non-Japanese utaite, too?

Sometimes. I dislike the popular ones like Rachie and Jubiephonic. A lot of my friends were part of the western utaite community. My favorite is relatively unknown. https://www.youtube.com/user/1001piecepuzzle

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No. 170910

>>170871
Same. The MV for this one blew my mind

No. 170911

>>170897
I love Ika-san too! It's been seven years at this point, but I don't think I'll ever get over her Bad End Night cover.

No. 170915

>>170886

The guiltiest of bops

No. 171119

I love that this is a thread, it's like yall had the same childhood as me.

Anyways, some of my favorites: Lasah, Gazelle (Yanagi Nagi), Choucho, Hanatan, EVO+, Reol.

A lot of them went on to sing anime/opening games and originals! So happy for them!



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No. 103414[Reply]

Not just "pretty" and "beautiful" art, but art that gets in touch with our emotions, be the most dark, depressing and eerie feelings of emptiness and solitude, but also, art that makes us feel incredibly happy, lightweight, and full of sunshine.

Any medium (drawings, paintings, sculptures, exhibitions, animations, photography, etc) is welcomed and encouraged. You can post anything as long as it was something that made you deeply feel/think. If the art is just pretty and well done but has no personal emotional attachment or doesn't provoke any thought, you may post it in another thread.

Optional: Include an explanation in your post.
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No. 171060

>>171056
Beautifully put, anon, and totally agree. We all have to eat and find shelter and reproduce and all that, but to know that we as humans all also have this incredibly deep urge to capture and portray and interpret is just…amazing. Like a cavewoman couldn't understand my phone (though she could get the idea of talking to people, ofc), but there's no distance between her loving to draw bears or hands and my loving to draw bears and hands. Maybe I've got better materials, but man, didn't I also love to draw with chalk outdoors as a kid? When we're moving the implement across paper/asphalt/stone, we're doing the same thing for the same reason. Love that.

Also, it's insane how fucking GOOD so much cave art is. The fucking quality of line these fuckers were getting with like, burned hunks of charcoal. Jesus.

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No. 171083

>>171056
I watched a documentary on cave paintings once. Turns out, they’re actually animation.

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>>171056
Some what related but a lot more darker for me is the Victory Stele of Naram-Sin, its over 4000 years old and yet its the same then as it is now
a message that humans have always been this way and might always be

No. 171090

>>171087
Humanity? You mean scrotes.



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No. 162268[Reply]

Thread for general video game discussion

Previous thread: >>>/m/122390
Animal Crossing Thread: >>>/m/88648
Pokemon Thread: >>>/m/33729
The Sims Thread: >>>/m/8880
Overwatch Thread: >>>/m/1641
Genshin Impact Thread: >>>/m/158229
Dragon Age thread: >>>/m/121911
Team Fortress 2 thread: >>>/m/158368
League of Legends thread: >>>/m/161804
Elder Scrolls thread: >>>/m/157373
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No. 170823

>>170778
Why do you care if you don't play the game yourself? This isn't a drama thread.

No. 170836

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Terflock strikes again.

No. 170840

>>170836
>Terflock

Fucking kek

No. 170899

>>170836
>>170840
losing my shit, what an icon

No. 170988

>>170789
It's hailed as a masterpiece because it's genuinely good writing imo, but I admit I'm biased because I adore both Kurisu and Okabe and their dynamic together. I don't care much about the others. I don't think it's a masterpiece but I can understand why it's important to people.



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No. 89824[Reply]

Post manga panels you like here
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No. 119195[Reply]

>what resources or lessons did you start off with when you were first drawing?
>what resources do you often use now?
>what subject do you often gravitate towards when looking for art help?
>How long have you been using these resources and how much has it contribute to your growth?
>What resource or art help guide was waste of time?
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No. 170596

>>170593
Oh also this is what my dad used to do: he would draw a grid on his photo reference and a grid on his canvas and copy it square by square. If you are feeling more low tech it's the same thing

No. 170603

>>170590
This is neat!! I have one of those little phone projectors, I take a pic of my sketch and then use that. Honestly this seems easier. With the phone projector you have to adjust the glass piece to get it to focus properly and it takes a lot of fiddling and the aperture is pretty small.

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>>124011
This is down. Anyone got a new link?

No. 170805

>>170676
I downloaded all of them, but idk how to even share them

No. 170827

>>170805
u could make a mega account using a temp email or somethin. these things tend to get dmca'd anyhow



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No. 74677[Reply]

I know some vocafags are still out there, so let's have some nice, general vocaloid discussion here! There's a Western Vocaloid Community thread on /w/: >>71172 , but there isn't a thread for general vocaloid discussion as far as I'm aware so I hope this is okay.

>Who are your favourite composers?

>Who are your favourite vocaloids?
>Any songs you'd like to share?
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No. 154967

Luka is a queen and I love her voice. That's the post.

>>149316
A lot of his songs sound the same both in composition, thematic and visuals now, but I think he is just looking to pay his rent at this point anyway. And/or is probaby severely burned out after more than a decade.
The first, slow part of this one is nice though.

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>>118267
I base their headcanon "personalities" from their appearances and vibe. Miku's the typical popular girl. Len is the arrogant 14 year old who has a lot of fangirls. Rin is cute but sassy and fierce. Luka is sexy, elegant and intelligent. Meiko is sexy, witty and badass. And Kaito is her submissive, silly and very sweet boyfriend. Lastly Kaito, Meiko and Luka are the adult figures so they care for everyone in the group.

No. 170507

I love Mew, too bad she doesn't get any attention. This song fits her..

No. 170770

>>150765
But that's the thing. I actually like UTAU (CV ones are charming af) more than Vocaloid. I'm not looking for realism, I think they try to fight the engine too hard. Synths struggle to get that breathy indie girl vocal and the tuning is so try hard (imagine having the talent of the best singer in the world but you're doing it through a kazoo), I'd rather listen to V2 Vocaloid and CV UTAU.

No. 170799

I reall y like sasakure. uk and pinocchioP but recently 23.exe shot up into being my favorite of all time. Their songs are so catchy

>>118267
I don't have many but I always that that while Rin is more talented with her voice than Len, Len is actually really good at picking up any instrument and learning how to play it in like a day



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No. 74864[Reply]

A place to share poems you've written, favorite poems etc.
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No. 170768

are there any free resources for learning how to write poetry? I want to learn to write it because I think it would be a good way to express myself but I have no idea how. if I tried it would probably come out sounding like gabbie hanna's poetry.

No. 170773

>>170768
I would just start off reading poetry and seeing what resonates with you, think of it as doing studies for art as you develop your own style.

No. 170790

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>>170768
Mary Oliver's book on libgen

No. 170969

Ngl I would like a thread where we can post our own bad (or good) poetry.

No. 171415

>>170969
You can post that here. It says it in the description.



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No. 114445[Reply]

Thread to spam all sorts of art from CLAMP

About CLAMP:
>Clamp (stylized as CLAMP) is an all-female Japanese manga artist group that formed in the mid-1980s. It consists of leader Nanase Ohkawa (大川 七瀬, Ōkawa Nanase), and three artists whose roles shift for each series: Mokona (もこな, Mokona), Tsubaki Nekoi (猫井 椿, Nekoi Tsubaki), and Satsuki Igarashi (いがらし 寒月, Igarashi Satsuki). Almost 100 million Clamp tankōbon copies have been sold worldwide as of October 2007.

LINKS:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clamp_(manga_artists)
http://www.clamp-net.com/
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No. 170718

Aw thanks for bumping this thread. Clamp art always makes me comfy and happy. Does anyone knows where to buy some nice prints?

No. 170720

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watanuki deserved better than being stuck in the shop forever waiting.

No. 170721

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also domeki deserved better than a weird marriage of convenience to produce generations of errand persons. holic is probably my favourite clamp work but it still stings!

No. 170723

>>170720
xxxholic makes me so nostalgic because my mom loved it and she watched it with me at my peak weeb phase. She even read a couple volumes of the manga that I managed to buy as a kid



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No. 71129[Reply]

The mother thread >>31355

>What is a Dumb Bitch Meme?

Hailing from the peak meme culture of the mid-to-late 2010s, Dumb Bitch memes seek to subvert the traditional male meme perspective, exposing the inner and outer frustrations of being a woman in the 2st century. Rising from postmodernism, Dumb Bitch memes are not built from the ground up— they take elements from the patriarchal capitalist hegemony and subsume its elements. The media that is pandered to women from a young age is appropriated into a meme format and repackaged into a radical, often vulgar expression of the worldview of a contemporary femme. Dumb Bitch memes are a continuing meme sub-genre, evolving into the present.


You may have a Dumb Bitch meme if it:
-expresses nihilistic existential themes that are tied into the growing pains of womanhood >>51672

-shows a hitherto hidden side of female sexuality, most likely with angry frustration overtones >>66251

-is a distinctly feminine reaction pic >>62427

-takes pleasure from relatable aspects of femininity almost all can relate to >>51670

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No. 169744

>>169743
What's this dumb illustration, omg wimmin killing me with their wooords

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No. 84226[Reply]

Post and discuss art you find worth sharing.
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No. 170454

>>170443
Guangjian huang

No. 170679

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Decline and Fall by Dave Madigan (oil on canvas). Sooo impressive in person. (Repost because I misspelled his name)

No. 170682

>>170679
Wooow…. there's a lot of artists who make paintings with too much detail but in the end it looks tacky and hard to look at, but this has a lot of detail but doesn't try to look like a photo, it is very nice to look at

No. 170690

>>170206
Possibly stupid question but is this digital or traditional art?

No. 170691

>>170690
fairly sure it's digital



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