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Haruhi Suzumiya Sailor Fuku Pattern Draft by Hollitaima Haruhi Suzumiya Sailor Fuku Pattern Draft by Hollitaima
*I think I may have gone Seifuku pattern mad XB*

Not specifically a cosplay I'm planning or intending to do currently, or potentially ever. But certainly a pattern that I think would be very helpful to many people.

As I stated in a previous uniform pattern, I will be making a video tutorial on how to make a sailor fuku and how to size up my pattern drafts into a wearable size, updates will be found on~

My facebook page~…
my Tumblr~
and the video when it's produced will be on my youtube~…

This pattern is to scale and available for download, as are all my others.

Pattern sizing help:

Here’s a tutorial I made on making body contouring patterns
even for less fitted things it can be used to make a simple pattern to size up all my pattern drafts on…

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metalsonic612 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
so um is this 3d or what?.. sorry i have to ask as a Haruhi fan XD
Litle-Noa Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
nice :)
HoshikoSoyokaze Featured By Owner Jul 11, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I wonder, this sort of thing can work with a generic uniform concept as well?
RightlyInsane Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2013   General Artist
Would the pattern to the top work with Len Kagamine's default outfit? I'm stuck on the little cape thing that goes on his shirt.
Cyclone1993 Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2013
I do not believe that they were trying to offend you in anyway. It is true that they did not read the description, but I don't think they were complaining about your work in any way or form. They just wanted to use one of your great patterns, and had a question about it, and failed to read the description.

Anyway, great job on the pattern, have a great day!
Cyclone1993 Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2013
I see nothing offensive in that comment, well nothing beyond deserving a "Read the description, please" They weren't insulting you, I believe they just had a question, and didn't read the description. They weren't insulting your standards at all, they just wanted to use the beautiful work you created, and had a question about how to do so. That's just the feeling I got from it anyway.

Great job on the pattern by the way, and have a nice day!
Ninja-Luminey Featured By Owner Apr 11, 2013
I never said YOU had to make the instructions, I never questioned your intelligence, and I don't see how any of this was offensive. I'm sorry about asking for clarification on anything. Next time I'll just assume I'm too stupid, shallow, and unfit to ask for help. Thank you for showing me how wrong I was!
miseria-chan Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2013
correction, that was what you wrote. This is what you could have written:

“I would love to make this but could you give me some instructions to go along with it. Also are those patterns to scale? What side would this outfit be if I did make it (S, M, L?)”
miseria-chan Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2013
Actually after reading your initial comment several times over, the artist’s response and this rebuttal, I find I side with the artist on the grounds that clearly she is in understanding of “proper English”.

The tone of your initial comment is rude and I understand what the artist feels from this point of view;

Rather than asking for help like you claim, your written tone is not polite and shows no suggestion of a requirement for help, it’s brash and actually rude. You have effectively used informal imperatives on someone you’re not close to.

Here is an example:

To your close friend or family: Pass the salt.

To someone you don’t know, someone who has no obligation to do so, someone who may be in a higher rank to you (such as a teacher, or your boss) or someone you are going to ask things of; in this case the artist: could you please/would you/ could you pass the salt?

Your tone falls into the first example and sorry to inform you, but that is offensive. I do think the artist has overreacted somewhat, but then again I think she has every right to do so on these grounds.

Your problem is, and no offence to you because lots of people do it without realizing it, is that when you write a comment the reader cannot hear the tone of your voice, so what you write has to project your tone.

From her point of view (and mine) your comment suggests you have come onto her work, picked it apart, demanded things of her not even using a single courteous word, such as a please. Yet failed to even look at what was already readily given to you.

If the tone of your initial questions was accurate to the necessary etiquette needed when asking them, I’m sure she would have politely responded that you simply read the description. (As the other person has suggested)

Unfortunately, you have come across someone, no pun to the previous issues intended, who can read (and therefore reads your comments in there correct formal tone). I think it’s a shame, but I would hope that by me giving you an outside opinion that explains to you perhaps why the artist has responded so negatively, in future cases you might take the time to write comments that request things in a more respectful way.

In short, your comment is disrespectful. I cannot understand why you didn't even ask with a please or a thank you, or some wording (or even some positive emoticon) to suggest to the artist that you were asking out of need, rather than for the sake of implying that her work is not ‘good enough’ in its current form.

What you must consider is that your comment bears three questions. It’s not a throw away remark, it’s you listing your needs/wants, which is a demanding act, you have demanded of her like it or not, which would have been fine if you had done so politely.

This is what you could have written: “I would love to make this but some instructions to go along with it would be nice. Also are those patterns to scale? What side would this outfit be if I did make it (S, M, L?)”

Just by putting in that, ‘could you’ rather than your ‘what would be nice,’ *which is very condescending BTW, I actually had to stop reading your comment at that point because I thought “no wonder the artist has blown her top”*

But back to the point; if you’d of written that instead, the whole tone of your questions is instantly respectful and respectable. The artist has no respect for you, because you have shown no respect for her, and I think rather than responding in a virulent, aggressive manner as you have, you should have simply apologized and informed the artist you meant no offence.
Ninja-Luminey Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2013
I still think you guys are reading into this way too much.
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