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What "trademark" does your OC have according to their style of clothing? (examples in poll description, comment only poll) 

2 deviants said Susumu's trademark are belts
2 deviants said Sadly I don't know of Ryouta, all I'm thinking of is black clothes and scrunchies X'D
1 deviant said Takeshi is armor/metal plates
No deviants said Like for Akina, it's bows
No deviants said Michiko's is long arm coverings

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tsurugami Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Tsubaki has modest style with iconic colors : tosca, mustard yellow, black and cream. With the red umbrella-sword
Hotaka's trademark is his side hair which is longer than the other side. Clothing wise, there's no particular style, but orange & black is his colors.
While Tanuma's trademark is hoodie and his headband.
Insanity-Driven Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist…
Akira's is the black choker primarily
JoTehDemonicPickle Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2016  Student Filmographer
Yuuna is the black and white colours, Michio is the vest-type shirts, Koji is the bandages and bracelets, and Tami is the long sleeves~ :la:
ZombieChocolate Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, most of my ocs wear mostly green, since its a clan color, so my clan ocs dont really have any unique trademarks ^^" Only my non-clan oc Shizuka(on my icon) who uses a non-transparent kind of mesh/fishnet to cover 90% of her body, only her fingertips and face are the expections. She has pretty gross scars on her body due to a fire, and she doesnt feel comfortable with them uncovered ^^"
SpiritualSteel Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2016
Annai's is long skirts and Raku's is turtlenecks ^^
Eleanor-Devil Featured By Owner Jun 1, 2016  Student Digital Artist
Naomi is the bare shoulders……… xD I don't know why I choose it that way, I guess I just went with the flow
anniberri Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2016
I guess it's kind of an unconscious thing :XD: I didn't realize it until recently lol
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