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MMD Yumi Miru Kotori Stage

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I wondered how small a stage can be and still be fully functional; so I built one (for MMD) and of course, being a small stage, it's ideal for chibis.

The design was inspired by the song "Yumi Miru Kotoro" by Hayaya-P and a figurine set based on that song from Hobby Stock, Inc. (Japan) ([link]).

Credits and Notes


Chibi IA model - Mqdl/Kiyo (edited)
Background illustration - Hayaya-P
Neither of these 2 items are included in the download.
Note: Chibi IA model link can be found at mikudance.info.


D/L: Top right of page (zip)
Package contains (1) PMX stage model with full illustrated instructions.
Demo Video: [link]
Tutorial on Chibi-sizing motion data: [link]
For Chibi IA downsize her data to: 0.55 (x,y,z) / 0.75 (angles).
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GM34's avatar
Great Concept.... the fence and lantern/light are smart props.
This should be a very universal stage...
:D
Trackdancer's avatar
Afraid you'll be hard put to put all 12 members of the PTX on it at the same time (without enlarging it). :)
GM34's avatar
not after they drink the special shrinking potion hidden behind the light! hehehehe!!!
:D
Trackdancer's avatar
Just three more stages to finish ... if ever:

Infinity Staircase
Small Club Stage
Idol@Master

Oh and I totally forgot ... :

Defoko's Concerto
Sci-Fi/Macross stage
Renaissance theme stage

Need to stop starting new projects before finishing old ones :(
GM34's avatar
Save something for next year, or look at it as a head start to next year
:D
Trackdancer's avatar
Yep - going to call it quits for the year. Just going to kick back and take a couple of swigs from whatever's behind the lantern :)
GM34's avatar
LOL...enjoy!
:D
GM34's avatar
most people call it egg nog!

hehehehe
:D
daisykart's avatar
Thanks man! Your awesome :D
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