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  • I think a lot of them are kinda cringe, but I understand the mentality of not wanting to show your face on your videos. I want to create content but I don't really wanna show myself, so I might create a vtuber model

  • Jun 17
    9 replies

  • rvi 馃悷
    Jun 17
    sebastien or alice

  • MORENAA 馃嚨馃嚟
    Jun 17

    I鈥檓 sorry what?

  • MORENAA 馃嚨馃嚟
    Jun 17

    Oh

  • MORENAA 馃嚨馃嚟
    Jun 17
    sebastien or alice

  • Jun 17

    It鈥檚 the future

  • Jun 17
    sebastien or alice

  • plants 馃尰
    Jun 17

    nerd s*** but harmless so w/e

  • Weird

  • Jun 17
    1 reply

    I think peoples reliance on parasocial relationship is a problem that keeps getting worse

  • Jun 17
    1 reply

    Been following the culture/industry for the past 4 years and it's been fking great

    It's really just a niche type of streamer, s*** isn't that diff than other stuff out there like we have mukbang, gamers, ASMR. But industry wise it brought many great changes not just to streamers I'm talking talents as a whole. It opens a world of work opportunity to illustrators and media creators. These people who usually work behind the scene and doesn't get appreciated enough (emphasizing anime industry where animators don't get credits enough) can secure better work prospects

    And imo they have some of the best community out there, the fans to talent, talent to talent relationship are often wholesome. People connect so much through this interest. There's creators who said their vtuber gig got them to link with their peers, there's this illustrator x vtuber who host talks and brings over guests and a lot of them feels glad they can finally open up to someone

  • Jun 17
    1 reply
    BG

    I think peoples reliance on parasocial relationship is a problem that keeps getting worse

    What do you mean by this?

  • wheatley

    Been following the culture/industry for the past 4 years and it's been fking great

    It's really just a niche type of streamer, s*** isn't that diff than other stuff out there like we have mukbang, gamers, ASMR. But industry wise it brought many great changes not just to streamers I'm talking talents as a whole. It opens a world of work opportunity to illustrators and media creators. These people who usually work behind the scene and doesn't get appreciated enough (emphasizing anime industry where animators don't get credits enough) can secure better work prospects

    And imo they have some of the best community out there, the fans to talent, talent to talent relationship are often wholesome. People connect so much through this interest. There's creators who said their vtuber gig got them to link with their peers, there's this illustrator x vtuber who host talks and brings over guests and a lot of them feels glad they can finally open up to someone

    Thank you. This is very insightful

  • Jun 17

    remember that mori calliope lean s***

  • Jun 17
    1 reply

    Isn鈥檛 it just twitch steaming but with an even nerdier anime twist?

  • Grenouille

    Isn鈥檛 it just twitch steaming but with an even nerdier anime twist?

    Pretty much, but not everyone uses anime characters. Some people make 2d avatars that are more like cartoon characters. I'd do that

  • it's pretty easy to fall down the parasocial hole with them ngl

    not seeing all of them appeal to that, not at all, but they do cater to a fantasy with their designs usually, and kinda like tiktok, I find myself watching vtuber clips for at least an hour daily, and the whole superchat system is literally designed for you to spend money to be acknowledged

    but they are good, didn't really find any female content creators to be funny until I came across them

  • As far as u becoming a vtuber I say go for it but keep in mind that the market is hella oversaturated right now so you'd better have a really good design or some very unique content to stand out above the rest

  • Jun 17
    sebastien or alice

  • Jun 17
    1 reply

    I think vtubers are fine by themselves. A lot of people are insecure or there's some women who don't wanna show themselves on Twitch/YT (for very good reasons). Plus some of them are actually pretty funny, though there's some definite weirdos in the bunch.

    I think the community, for the most part, is dogshit however.

  • Jun 17
    1 reply

    demonic sign that we're slowly creeping closer to the end times

  • krishna bound

    demonic sign that we're slowly creeping closer to the end times

    damn krishna... not you.