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Vocaloid Headphones Tutorial by ConfessionsTetragram Vocaloid Headphones Tutorial by ConfessionsTetragram
Blah, sorry for the large file! ; A;

I wanted to make some Vocaloid headphones cheap & fast but I was unable to find any tutorials that do such. Sooo, I made my own, I found out this was very successful way. C:

Although they aren't functional, you can easily change some steps to add in some working headphones. At the time I made these I had no headphones to spare so I did without them.

S u p p l i e s ;
- Scissors
- Hot Glue Gun & Glue
- Cardboard
- Craft Foam
- Pen or Pencil
- Headband
- Flashcard

S t e p s ;
1. Grabbed 1 flashcard
2. Folded it in half
3. Took my scissors then made one end rounded
4. Unfolded it
5. Laid it on a piece of cardboard (Pizza box)
6. Traced it
7. Cut out the shape, keep cutting them out until you get desired thickness
8. Glued them altogether
9. Took my craft foam & glued it to the cardboard.

O p t i o n a l ;
10. Took both headphone pieces & glued them to headband
11. Took some wire, wrapped craft foam around it.
12. Made a small cylinder shape and added it onto the wire to make a mic. Like this ; [link]

Hope you enjoy! C:
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ToonPrincessZeldaFan Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh wow! This is PERFECT! Just what I needed! ^^ Except I'll be adding this onto an actual headset, I need to put something like these onto the sides of the headphones, but I'll figure that out when I get there. ^^ But this tutorial will be very helpful for when I get to making my Len cosplay sometime this late summer/early fall! ^^ Thank you so much for putting this onto dA!
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julia113445 Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2013
:la: choir this is BRILLIANT eyecancer 
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AnimeWarrior8 Featured By Owner Oct 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks so much for this tutorial!!^^
Here's my result:animewarrior8.deviantart.com/a… (I just used pipe cleaners for the mic, in case you're wondering)
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mew-mew-cherry14 Featured By Owner May 30, 2013
Did you just eyeball the blue and yellow bits, or is there a certain measurement for them?
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Nah I just cute a piece the same width as the white, then cut it down until it looed good. (:

Sorry for the late reply btw, I've been super busy. ; A;
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Ehukoa Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2012
Thank you for being alive to make dis!
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ConfessionsTetragram Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2012
Hah, no problem. (:
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Rikki-loves-vocaloid Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2012  Hobbyist Writer
Thanks much for this!! :D I was wondering though... I don't have a hot glue gun, unfortunately :3 But could you use maybe super glue for this, or that gorilla glue stuff?
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:iconconfessionstetragram:
Oh yes of course! I'm sure super glue would hold a lot better.

Thanks for asking that, I should probably put that somewhere in the description!
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magz9891 Featured By Owner Apr 2, 2012
Oh my this is SO much easier than what I was planning on doing with styrofoam. AND this doesn't require modeling clay thank god! That stuff weighs a bunch after a while. Thanksss SO much for this!
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