Karin Garnett

No Lotus Cobra this week; too much homework.

Here’s something short.

So it seems that artists on Pixiv are visiting this site called Making you a two-dimensional woman, where you enter your name into a form, and an algorithm uses the name to generate a “two-dimensional female version of you.” When IOSYS album cover artist Kito entered his name, the result was this smoking hot succubus bunnygirl.

I decided to try it myself, and…

A sporty tsundere loli whose speech and personality are like that of a disagreeable older person? How random is this algorithm?


Following Strike Witches naming convention, her name is “Karin Garnett”, after the basketball player.

7 Responses to “Karin Garnett”

  1. jbrennan says:

    “How random is this algorithm?”

    Which is really,

    “S-stupid algorithm! It’s not l-like I wanted to be a sporty tsundere loli or anything! I just…happen to like tsunderes, that’s all! Hmph!”

  2. no_sushi says:

    How did you get to the image, or is that something you dug up to represent your character? In my case, when I entered my Japanese name (translated from my language) I got something really funny ^^


    So, a girl in a witch’s robe, with long green hair (or glossy black hair), droopy eyes, elvish ears and the personality of a pervert 😛

    When I used my real name, it turned out to be…


    A girl in gym clothes, with semi-long black hair tied in a ponytail with a katyusha and an obstinate personality. Sounds like Kyonko to me ^^

  3. Sixten says:

    @no_sushi: The algorithm doesn’t generate the image. You have to draw it yourself. (That’s why my persona doesn’t look as good as Kito’s…)

  4. ExoByte says:

    Of note, i flew to Boston last weekend to watch them crushinate the Magic. KG is way intense in person.

  5. desudesu says:

    Never knew you read moon, sixten =o

  6. Sixten says:

    @desudesu: I’m not fluent in Japanese. I know some basics, like kana and ~300 kanji, but that’s all. I could read about 1/3 of the message above, and the rest I just fed into a dictionary.

  7. […] to some surge of curiosity, I recently tried Making you a two-dimensional girl from the link I fished out from Sixten’s site. All you have to do is enter your name, and it generates a brief description of your 2D self, from […]

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