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To Love-Ru Darkness Loli Pantsu Artwork

Apr 20, 2012 @ 18:34 CDT


To Love-Ru Darkness’ delectably built blonde loli Yami was announced to feature on a lottery prize mousepad – however, those not lucky enough to receive said mousepad can still indulge in the full size art.

Considering it is unlikely a single one of us will score this limited edition ero-suggestive mousepad, here we all are admiring this image instead. No critical thought is required to assess what exactly the focal point of this image or – nor what the key features are. A sense of depth bulges from the illustration, literally, and that alone serves as quite a titillating main focus – yet other facets, such as the blushed visage, certainly amp the sensation up tenfold.

Yami’s rear, tightly wrapped in pantsu of white, nearly thrusts off the canvas as the depth is so exaggerated. The surrounding elements, such as the remainder of her legs, the sheet, and her dress, are all adorned in shadow – making for a contrast which further supports the striking posterior in its successful efforts to blast off the artwork as if breaking the barrier of second and third dimension. Yet of this all, it is her dress being an assortment of darker shades intending to represent black which best starkly brings out her white pantsu and the area it encloses.

If one can force their attention away from that portion of the art to the upper half, the reward received is the sight of a tsundere flavored moe face. Her eyes are a crimson red, and hair, a golden yellow – the hues utilized in this piece are mixed to a specific taste in place of generic pre-blended colors, giving them a more one of a kind tone. Another strength of color within this work is that each segment is filled with a slur of similar shades to expertly recreate the effect of the light source acting on the texture in question.

For instance, Yami’s dress is not a solid pitch black – a neutral tone highly avoided by many skilled artists, particularly with techniques of impressionism, as black itself is not a color but simply the absence of such. To suffice, the artist behind this piece went with the ideal method of representing the dress’ tone by mixing what appears to be blues and reds till achieving this hue with remnants of violet to substitute instead, finalizing it with hints of white where necessary to display the points more directly hit by the light.

When one sees a sight suggestive as this, there’s a reason behind why that is so – aesthetics are what make females of any dimension so delicious to enjoy.

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