Here is Sweet Ann!
I used the Taiwanese design to draw Sweet Ann. I didn't add her hat or her steampunk belt so sorry if you guys were looking forward to that. I couldn't really work with just a face from her official boxart so I used her official Taiwanese boxart as a reference instead.
Here are some of my favorite original songs from Sweet Ann!
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Sweet Ann trivia:
■Sweet Ann has become so popular with the Japanese audience that there is an MMD model for her. After Sweet Ann's MMD model was created, people began to make other English Vocaloids into models, such as Big-Al, whose model was created by Nukude, along with Leon.
■ Her Japanese nicknames 甘音アン (Amane Ann) means "Sweet Sound Ann", and 甘いアン (Amai Ann) is a play on words. "Amai Ann/An" is the word-to-word translation from English and can be read as "sweet bean paste," a common cuisine in Japan.
■Sweet Ann can be heard singing in the background of a few of the Hatsune Miku: Project DIVA Arcade songs, even though she is not a Crypton Future Media Vocaloid.
■According to PowerFX, their Vocaloids are more like Cyborgs than Androids.
■Sweet Ann has been described as a "white Lena Horne" by PowerFX.
■Sweet Ann's Taiwan design is based on a bride and features some steampunk details, possibly from the fact she was based on Bride of Frankenstein.
■Sweet Ann can be heard singing the words "Helvetica Standard" in the anime, "My Ordinary Life", as well as background music.
This is part of my PROJECT: LOIDS where I draw all of the VOCALOIDS,MACLOIDS,VOICEROIDS,and some UTAULOIDS.
Leon, Lola, Miriam, Meiko, Kaito, Sweet Ann, Hatsune Miku, Kagamine Rin, FL-chan, Kagamine Len, Prima, Kamui Gakupo, Megurine Luka, Candy-chan, Gumi, Macne Nana, Sonika , SF-A2 Miki , Defoko
Sweet Ann (c) PowerFX Systems AB
Art is mine.
Next is Hatsune Miku!!! THE VOCALOID EVERYBODY'S BEEN WAITING FOR AND MY PERSONAL FAVORITE OF ALL VOCALOIDS!