When Cospa and I first met last month, we identified many synergies and areas that we could work together on. 3 projects are planned for this year. One of them will be Tokyo CGM Night which will be held at the Cospa offices in December. One of the projects should be announced in early November and one is the apparel stuff which Cospa are very good at ^^
The first run of merchandise will be the Cospa T-shirts. There will be two different designs which amount to four different variations of color.
The samples I'm wearing today are not final - few more color tweaks needed.
The first design is the work of illustrator KL which Cospa jumped at when they saw the illustration. KL has been great enough to let us use this design for a T-shirt and I'm commissioning her for more work in the future.
If you have any requests for poses or costumes for the Suenaga girls then let us know! Maybe have a look at the Mascot Page and choose an illustration from there - lemme know the image ID.
This is the second design by Azami Yuko.
The illustrations were chosen by Cospa and the designs done by their team. I signed off on the final designs and only asked them to tweak the fonts and remove the "dannychoo.com" url.
These T-shirts should be available for order from the Japanese Cospa store this Friday.
Not sure how much they will cost but will let you know once these retailers have em up for pre-order.
Thought we'd take a look at this shirt that J-list sent us - their original Zettai Ryouiki T-shirt ^^;
Back to the Cospa T-Shirts. Here is the white version. Personally not a fan of white and wonder which color you prefer. Cospa originally wanted to make an orange T-shirt.
The shoulder has the diamond d logo for the T-Shirt with the 3 girls on it.
Maid version laid out flat. Which design do you prefer?
Close up view.
And this is the white version of the Maid Mirai.
Close up of the 3 girls version. The final version will be tweaked as bits of the design came out blotchy on the T-Shirt.
Have a gander at this chart - its the T-Shirt sizes that Cospa use. The samples I have are all S size as I have a fetish for tight T-Shirts ^^;
The units are in centimeters. If you like to measure your bits n pieces in inches then you can use a query like "65 centimeters in inches" in Google for the conversion result.
Let us know what size you prefer for the T-Shirts and up n coming gear like wind breakers, jackets, bullet proof vests and chain mail.
There will be Dollfie sized T-shirts too ^^
Karin-chan kawaii ne.