File:TomsDinerVocaloid.jpg

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Vocaloid / Suzanne Vega crossover as explained at User:Pentium5dot1/UN:REQ explanations/Vocaloid (revised)/picture, for potential use in a future article

Hand-drawn by me (Pentium5dot1) with ordinary pencil and paper, then scanned into GIMP for further editing

From left to right: Rin, Len, Luka, Miku. Sign near top left reads "Tom's Diner" (cut off slightly at top).

edit Contact

Please talk to me if you would like:

  • This image in a lossless format such as PNG
  • The fully layered GIMP file (.xcf.bz2) for this image
  • The unedited scan of the hand drawing

I don't plan to draw any more Vocaloid fan art, so please do not ask.

edit Licensing

I do not own the rights to the Solitude Standing album, the Fire Flower item design, or the Vocaloid characters. Otherwise, to the extent legally possible:

This work is licenced under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.
You're welcome to have your way with it, but only under those terms. Have a nice day.
CC-BY-3.0

Attribution note: For uses outside Uncyclopedia, I would prefer to be credited as eighty5cacao, which is the username I more commonly use on other websites. The reason for that is explained somewhere on my Uncyclopedia user page. (I do not require a link to my Uncyclopedia user page for attribution.)

Date note: 6 March 2011 appears in the image; it is the date on which I completed the hand drawing. The GIMP work was completed on May 23 and revised slightly on June 22.

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current07:40, July 19, 2011Thumbnail for version as of 07:40, July 19, 20112,540 × 1,649 (1.04 MB)Pentium5dot1 (talk | contribs)Vocaloid / Suzanne Vega crossover as explained at User:Pentium5dot1/UN:REQ explanations/Vocaloid (revised)/picture, for potential use in a future article Hand-drawn with ordinary pencil and paper, then scanned into GIMP for further editing I do not
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