Introducing a collection of Lewd and Nude Hatsune Miku Cosplay pictures with some of the most popular cosplayers from all over the world.
Who is Hatsune Miku
Miku’s name comes from a blend of the Japanese words for “first”, “sound” and “future” and the turquoise-haired avatar was created by Japanese software company Crypton, as the face of Yamaha’s Vocaloid software, in 2007. Independently produced freeware can be downloaded by anyone and used to create a song in Miku’s piercingly sweet vocal. In terms of her tracks, she’s the world’s first crowdsourced pop star. Her setlist pulled from the more than 100,000 songs that have been made in Miku’s name, and that have amassed an international fandom that has propelled her to performing on the Late Show with David Letterman, a Lady Gaga tour, and even at Coachella.
The Best Lewd and Nude Hatsune Miku Cosplay Collection
With Hatsune Miku being such a popular figure world wide, some of the most famous cosplayers have created their own renditions of her Cosplay. Here are the best Lewd and Nude Hatsune Miku Cosplays.
#10 Best Lewd Hatsune Miku Cosplay – Swimsuit Succubus
#9 Best Lewd Hatsune Miku Cosplay – Potato Godzilla
#8 Best Lewd Hatsune Miku Cosplay – Chono Black
#7 Best Lewd Hatsune Miku Cosplay – Kurasaka Kururu
#6 Best Lewd Hatsune Miku Cosplay – Hirariann
#5 Best Lewd Hatsune Miku Cosplay – Shae Underscore
#4 Best Nude Hatsune Miku Cosplay – Hidori Rose
#3 Best Nude Hatsune Miku Cosplay – QQueen
#2 Best Nude Hatsune Miku Cosplay – Shiro Kitsune
#1 Best Nude Hatsune Miku Cosplay – Aoy Queen
Miku was originally intended to have a different hairstyle, but after trying out pigtails, KEI thought they were more suitable. Her pigtails have since become an iconic part of her design. On June 22, 2012, Hatsune Miku’s twin tails even earned her the title of the Twin Tail which best represented the 2000s, marking her the best set of Twin Tails from the dawn of the 21st century. She now shares her twin tail distinction with other characters like Sailor Moon (who won best Twin Tails back in the 90s period).
The digital design on Miku’s skirt and boots is based off synthesizer program colours, and the bars represent actual bars within the program, following Crypton’s ideas. Part of her design is based on some of YAMAHA’s keyboard models, particularly the DX-100 and the DX-7. The thin squares around her pigtails are futuristic ribbons made of a special material that floats in place. As seen in KEI’s art for Miku, they are able to hold Miku’s pigtails in place without having to physically touch the hair itself. The ribbons are also reported by KEI to be the hardest item on the character’s design for cosplayers to recreate.
Hatsune Miku Trivia
Because she is the first VOCALOID many got to know and the first to draw a large amount of attention, there are a number of common misconceptions about her:
- Miku is often mistaken as the very first VOCALOID produced by those new or unfamiliar with the software’s history, or the first VOCALOID2 released
- While she was the first VOCALOID2 to be released for the Japanese market, it was PowerFX’s Sweet ANN who claimed the place as the first VOCALOID2, released 2 months prior to Miku
- When Miku became more well-known in 2010, the media also followed this misconception. On more than one occasion Crypton Future Media have labelled her as the first, though this is likely an error as they usually introduce her as “the first of the character vocal series”
- However, Miku was the first VOCALOID developed specifically for VOCALOID2 as Sweet ANN, codenamed “JODIE” was originally developed for the VOCALOID engine, not VOCALOID2
In August 2010, over 22,000 original songs had been written for Hatsune Miku. Later reports confirmed that she had 100,000 songs in 2011 to her name. Crypton’s website promotes Miku’s popularity having her voice used in over 100,000 unique songs.
Pharrell Williams made a remix of Livetune’s song “Last Night, Goodnight” featuring Hatsune Miku. On October 8, 2014, Miku made her American network television debut as she performed “Sharing the World” on the Late Show with David Letterman on CBS. Hatsune Miku is featured in “B Who I Want 2 B” produced by Sophie from Namie Amuro’s album Genic. The 2016 Hatsune Miku Expo tour featured American electronic band Anamanaguchi as an opening act; to commemorate the tour, the band recorded a single track titled “Miku”, which they performed live on the tour with Miku as an encore song. Big Boi (of Outkast) sampled Aura Qualic’s song “DATA 2.0”, featuring Hatsune Miku for his 2017 single “Kill Jill”, also appearing in the song’s music video.
In January 2020, Hatsune Miku was announced as a performer at Coachella 2020 in Indio, California.
Hatsune Miku Cosplay Tutorial
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