However, often I come across individuals who want their UTAU to stand out from the rest, and to be original. These same individuals then ask for their UTAU to be drawn in KEI style. Now I ask, how can one make their UTAU original if they want it drawn in someone else's style? This is not meant to be an insult to anyone, but rather, an observation.
I firmly believe UTAU artwork should be done in the original style of the artist, not KEI style. I'd also like to point out that blurring a bunch of colors together doesn't equal KEI. Don't get me wrong, it's very fun to draw in other people's style from time to time to expand your own art technique, but one should focus more on one's own.
Or perhaps drawing in KEI style is just as much as a tradition as putting headsets on your characters? Perhaps it's as defining of an UTAU as the character itself? You guys tell me.
AGREE or DISAGREE: Drawing one's UTAU should be done in one's original style as opposed to KEI style?
Please keep this clean, this is meant to encourage discussion.
EDIT: Please keep in mind I'm not doing this to bash anyone, so please don't feel insulted or threatened.
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