As one would expect of appropriate times for eating ice cream, the images are all essentially based in the summer – featuring a wide variety of females from seifuku styled to simply loli, sweating shamelessly in the heat, eating a vast array of different ice creams in various, possibly suggestive, poses.
Our image above serves as a certainly tasty example of such loli ice cream eating pleasures – a cute little loli eating a watermelon impersonating popsicle whilst staring shyly at the viewer, the shy expression adds that much more eye-candy to be seen. Her body language is even better as her right hand (our view) is raising her dress slightly up and around in an almost playful and inviting manner, one which allows for an all the more interesting angle of her kawaii pink pantsu.
Her pantsu are a secondary focal point of sorts as they serve to differentiate the scene as a whole – her innocent and coy disposition is seen clearly in the upper portion of the image in her facial expression, followed by an area of neutrality and high color contrast in her blouse which leads down to the best piece of seductive scenery from the image, her cute side-tie ribbon pantsu which we get all the more exquisite an angle of due to her delicate hand motions.
Particularly delicious is her sheer translucent dress which hints a soft color of pink, prominently used around in the image in almost a monochromatic fashion, alluding interests to areas of high contrast – such as the camisole she is wearing, which sports a light up black, indicating a powerful light-source (the sun), alongside a refined gold trim, and cute ribbons suited for overall atmosphere through effective use of white space.
To ease out the balance within this selectively simple artwork – the artist bravely went with subtle patterns. Stippling was used in varying intensities of moderation around the kawaii loli focal point – compressing the circles heavily as they come closer to her in order to assure she will stand out delectably and not merely fade into the background from a lack of contrast.
Three lined patterns are also featured alongside the too far edges – offering a proper balance between action and white space.
The remaining sugary artworks can be seen below: