Giving attention to an interest not nearly recognized as oft as deserving, this collective of artistic works surrounds the concept of females in bunny ears – a flavor of accessory also known by the name “usagimimi”.
The above illustration isn’t too complex in appearance – yet it is certainly elaborate like a labyrinth. A main facet which makes it magnificent is the artist’s almost criminal understanding of how to place a female in a fun, lively, and seductive yet so innocent pose. It’s truly her gestures which make this image so enthralling – and her visage’s expression pierces straight through the soul.
Such gorgeously fine lines were used to sketch what is an apparent master-level comprehension of a developed female’s physique – with wonderful instances of shape being so heavily prominent. Her arms extending outward, imitating a bunny, do so well to center and balance her face which winks to give yet another spear to the heart – all the while, her legs are outright fantastic, and so notably packing depth to incite a highly mesmerizing display.
Fishnets add to this effect greatly of course – and one will merely develop some sort of mental pain in attempting to figure the complications involved in such an extensive pattern wrapping her legs, shifting in shape accordingly as it moves across the curvature of her thighs. The part of the ensemble covering her abdomen blasts forward with contrast – another facet which highlights her delightful hourglass composition, and the upper body exposure of shoulder and cleavage is a treat to be revered.
Before that however, one should note the hard and single dark shape of shadow on her front, and this contributes to the feel of pose – allowing one to understand with ease, and by default, that she’s bending over.
Now returning, seeing the bare skin following down from her French cuffs lures the eye down to what even more delectable sights this bishoujo has to offer – however, the suit certainly is an ironic double entendre, both satisfying in the elegantly fetishistic charm it creates, yet also quite cruel in how it covers the wares which it itself showcases so persuasively. Yet a reward for the onlooker paired with every kind of bunny outfit is how frivolously the chest appears to be held together, an aspect one will come to note in many of the below imagery.
Negative space was so playfully used in this portrait of sorts – packed with actual bunnies which give a comparative visual to the proportioned female who stands posing in simulation of them.
In respect to color scheme, it’s overall just short of monochromatic – yellow is the dominant hue, seen per her golden blonde hair, as well as the mustard background. Yet the bunny suit and other “black” areas aren’t actually black – but a mixture of blues to achieve a dark substitute for that absence of color. There’s a slight amount of violet, resulting from Charlotte’s one open eye, complementing the abundance of yellow – and minor amounts of red can also be spotted in several places, leaning towards a warmer vibe.
As one should have come to realize, bunny ears are highly underrated when it comes to second dimensional females.