More character artwork has been released for Kyoto Animation’s latest sub-par creation to soon arrive, “Chuunibyo demo Koi ga Shitai!” – and the sketches simply make the cast look even worse than before.
Key visuals of the past have shown the artwork of this upcoming series to be terrible, and now one can see such being confirmed yet again in lineart form – there’s a severe absence of detail to the point that the blandness of the characters is blatantly apparent, with it feeling as if there were a searing white when glancing at any as the canvas burns with emptiness in place of where intricacy should have gone. There’s a general lack of detail overall which makes no effort to even attempt to display something grand.
Beyond a few thin and measly lines around the pants, there’s nothing portrayed around the upper body to represent creases or third dimensional form – these generic characters are apparently hollow and full of air. And on another note, there’s no notable features of either character beyond the trope elements simply tossed in to substitute for a shallow imagination – seifuku, ahoge, eyepatch, and some moeblob on top.
The protagonist male is looking to be a typical highschooler, and his frequently seen hairstyle is perhaps the most elaborate and defining portion of his design – and as for the heroine, the same can be said of her plaid skirt, with plaid of course not actually being anything of immense value in this case.
And one might think that the sight of the characters in color may be superior, although such has already been seen – and if anything, it only aides in making the characters look less original than they already do, something which they don’t look very much of to begin with.