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I've gotten in the habit of transcribing/translating Japanese fanart for my friends. I do well with typed characters, but this artist's handwriting has me stumped:

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Here is my loose transcription, with ... replacing the unknown characters and () around characters I'm very unsure of:

(せ)っかく...ったお...立ち(そ)...さっておりますのに,そのように...されてはもったいないです!

I'll also admit I thought the っs were commas at first, because they're so small. They might still be. I have no idea.

  • If you train yourself to handwrite Kanji sentences too, you will naturally learn how to decrypt Kanji handwriting. – wip Apr 14 '18 at 3:24
  • @immateur, could you please rewrite your comment as an answer? – mamster Apr 14 '18 at 14:07
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It's "せっかく整ったお顔立ちをなさっておりますのに、そのように隠されてはもったいないです!".

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