Charlotte is one of the characters from Pop'n Music 14 FEVER!.
If I dance well, then you will be happy and smile.That's why I love dancing.
Me and shio-san painted a full storage to a doll design draft. I was charmed by the dress materials from the doll design that I fixed. It's finally my decision to dress-up this dress this often.
A torn skirt, a loose ribbon,...and a tattered dress, but do I get to notice the small parts?
With the image to hear to the music content for TOMOSUKE, I made it a bit painful, having drawn an old dress and a sepia background. It's a sad and cute tune. The stairs music is perfect and fun for the tune.
Charlotte is a small, fair-skinned doll with periwinkle eyes. She has light green hair with long side bangs. Charlotte is wears a veil that sports a large velvet red flower on the right side on her head, a tattered long-sleeved dress with a silk-red color scheme on the top and a velvet hue underneath. Charlotte's original color palette is used in 月のワルツ from Pop'n Music 16 PARTY♪.
In her 2P color palette, Charlotte has gray hair and olive green eyes. She now has a dress with a dark mint-colored top and a pale beige hue underneath. Her flower accessory is light green.
In the Pop'n Music éclale vol. 1 card collection, Charlotte wears a fancier outfit, with her hair curled up a bit more. She wears a blue hat with white accents, light yellow straps, a veil, and a pink rose accessory. Charlotte's dress has a white top with long, mostly sky blue sleeves and puffy upper sections. The skirt of her dress matches her hat, but with the addition of sky blue layers and a back bow. There are pink bows on her necklace and the skirt of her dress.
|LOSE||*collapses* (ガクリ Gakuri?)|
TOWN Mode (Pop'n Music Tune Street)
Conversation Only [Phase MAX]
ここはとても広くて 明るいですね。 みなさんに私のダンス 見ていただけるかしら。
This place is very vast and colorful. I wonder if everyone will see my dance.
Other Character Comments
Plenty of lovely dresses and music, along with an enveloping smile... The doll's chest shone with the memories of those days as she continued to dance.