Ano Natsu’s reserved loli is again attracting attention, this time however, it’s more in respect to her than her camera – she’s been spotted working part-time on a poster in an attempt to market the series’ OP single.
As a piece of art, the poster is quite complex, in particular how every shelf and item goes to a specific vanishing point, a dot at which every angle meets – yet we’re more intrigued by what this means overall. It’s both fairly uncommon and interesting to see an anime character, especially a female, in such a standard setting of daily life which has been recreated quite realistically. However more than this, how often can one recall an artwork of a female which doesn’t emphasize her physical features?
This work of propaganda excels in bringing attention to its brand as it represents our beloved loli Remon not as a female, but as a human – alongside some subtle inclusions which have a massive effect. She’s listening to a CD whilst on the job – notice the Ano Natsu poster blurred out to the side, yet placed in respect to the rule of thirds. Look as well at how Remon’s height compares to the shelves, and how she positions her legs – all finer facets which may not be striking individually do have potent power to bringing “the human element” to the image.
And with this in mind, they simply could not have picked better a character – Remon is quite relaxed, operating at her own adorably odd pace, making her appear to fit perfectly within this atmosphere frozen in time. Imagine if the voluminously chested Ichika or the ever pouty Kanna were here instead – they simply would break the serenity of the scene as oppai merely distract, and upset faces have no place in an advertisement of this nature.
Although only meant as a promotional item, this is quite a fine creative representation of one of our favorite lolis.