Polyphonica After School, a light novel to debut based after an identically titled visual novel, has a cover featuring the crimson annihilating loli, Corticarte, in a manner excruciating to see as she’s simply too sublime.
This level of perfection is overwhelming – yet nothing less should be expected when the crimson annihilating loli is involved. There’s already many heavenly artworks of the divine comedy’s flawless loli heroine – however even then, each one never ceases to satisfy in a manner which no others can, and to an extent which is simply unprecedented and unmatched. Truly genius – the Crimson Annihilator is adorably equipped with a water gun, all whilst fitted in a gratuitously elegant black mizugi, alongside a thigh water attachment.
Corticarte’s attire is always so eloquent and lovely – leaving little reason to speak of it too much as it should be understood as beautiful by default, and to idle on it for long would merely prove painful as one will always remain a dimension apart from Corticarte.
Nonetheless, it will be noted that her bikini boasts all the usual beloved signature traits of her character, such as frills and ribbons – and do also take into account the balance of color served by the various components of clothing she wears, ranging from assorted articles of black spread across her body, to the yellow of the water gun and backup container. Not to mention, the contrast given by her sandals of orange ribbons happen to match the water gun – likewise, the yellow soles do so as well.
Before having one’s attention thieved away by the inevitably seductive focal point, one should allow it, assuming it doesn’t by nature, fall towards Corticarte’s ever-delectable physique – a sight truly voluptuous as the shadow application is extensive, a facet easily seen wrapping around her thighs, drawing out all the more flavorful portions of loli. The value seen is something substantially different than one will find with most illustrations – mainly as she’s fleshed out by shadow near-exclusively, line having a minimal role.
The darker portions of skin contrasting the lighter each give sense to a certain plane of depth – and the artist, masterful as ever, had it all laid out to form immensely enticing female curves.
Now it’s not simply her body alone which is beautiful, yet her visage, which acts as the center of interest, strikes every nerve of the being with its unreal degree of cuteness. A face of flourished pink tones – shimmering eyes and lavishing hair of a highly sweet pink, met with a few dabs of white atop to account for the source of light, and then the always necessary silken blush, which is also one of her defining features.
As with Polyphonica’s latest Cardinal Crimson volume, one ought to purchase this book for the magnificent cover illustration of Corticarte – if nothing else. Artwork as unbelievable as this is certainly priceless – not to say the series’ story isn’t spectacular as well.