Namori, Yuru Yuri’s expert in adorable yuri illustrations, has released just another one of them – a cute and creamy artwork featuring an extra moe variant of both the bishoujo Kyouko, and loli character Chinachu.
As with most Namori artworks, this one seen above is all-around gentle and fluffy in feeling – a soft background of patterned light and dark pink stripes makes such understood quite well as it, of course, builds a more delicate atmosphere for the overlaying elements to rest on. And indeed, one can see how fitting all is themselves – a thick white outline traces the edges of a pair of cuddly moe characters, each dressed in what looks to be an “Alice in Wonderland” reminiscent maid outfit of matching white aprons with blue dresses.
White recurs though the image marvelously, and harmonically – the repetition of color in this case builds a balanced visual weight, leaving no part of the artwork feeling peculiarly heavy, ensuring that the attention goes right to the focal point.
Before getting there however, do note the inclusion of red – a strawberry on Chinachu, and a cherry for Kyouko, which contrast in composition, as well as placement, and not to mention, color. They stand out against the white, another detail to keep the white from becoming the lead singer – and also to simply serve as a general means of bringing attention to that area of the canvas where the focal point lies.
And now turning to the focal point, it’s the visages – and more specifically, the eyes. Each girl has a pair of green and blue pupils respectively, both looking as if holding another universe inside as the vast sphere entraps the eyes within a wondrous world of shimmering color.
Considering all, it’s merely yet another instance of Namori making exquisite artwork look easy.