This Vocaloid papercraft is the Hatsune Miku, designed by Kimixmeow. There are other Miku paper crafts on the site:
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Vocaloid – Hatsune Miku Free Paper Craft Download
Hatsune Miku is the first Japanese Vocaloid2 in the Vocaloid2 Character Vocal Series created by Crypton Future Media, and is the seventh Vocaloid to have appeared overall. She is considered as the most popular and well known Vocaloid and the first to become a pop idol. The name of the title and the character of the software was chosen by combining Hatsu, Ne, and Miku thus meaning “the first sound from the future.” The data for the voice was created by sampling the voice of Saki Fujita, a Japanese voice actress.
After acquiring the Vocaloid 2 speech synthesis engine from Yamaha, Crypton Future Media began to develop their third Vocaloid. Hatsune Miku’s voice was created by taking vocal samples from voice actress Saki Fujita at a controlled pitch and tone. These different samples all contained a single Japanese phonic which, when strung together, would create full words and phrases. The pitch of the samples was to be altered by the synthesizer engine itself, and was constructed into a keyboard style instrument within the Vocaloid 2 program.
Crypton released the first of their “Character Vocal Series”, Hatsune Miku, on August 31, 2007. Crypton had the idea to release Miku as “An android diva in the near-future world where songs are lost.”
This paper craft includes 3 versions: Miku No Line Version, Miku Outer + Inner Line Version and Miku Outer Line Version.
You can download this Vocaloid papercraft from here: Vocaloid – Hatsune Miku (HMO Miku) Free Papercraft Download [4Shared - Mirror]
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