Much awaited imouto incest eroge, “IMO-bilizer!“, is to lastly debut at the end of this month – and in response, a charming promotional sketch has been shared, showing off some adorable pink little sister pantsu.
Spectacular indeed is it to see innovation where least anticipated – this illustration boasts a contrast most interesting as it takes advantage of an unconventional technique to achieve it, paired with what is simply some splendid style considerations on part of the artist. Whilst normally, an artist would promote a contrast of color, organized pattern, symmetry, or some other oft-seen opposing elements, there’s something of an elaborate mixture prevalent here which makes this work of art truly fascinating.
There’s so much deserving of recognition – yet first and foremost, beauty emerges from the shapes. Frills compose the bottom of the imouto’s dress as they so gracefully flow around her – and whilst that’s certainly magnificent as is, the true genius of this notion is understood once one lays eye upon the curvature of the imouto’s lovely legs. The lines of her legs have a delicate upward flowing contour which lures the sight along the path of her silken skin.
It’s the boundary between her seamless legs, and the gorgeously intricate implied motion of the dress, which makes for the foundation of an absolutely stunning contrast. The dress hasn’t any lines of texture to it – most of the textile feel arrives courtesy of the color usage, the faint patterning of white, and shadow of course, although it’s the wavy line of the dress which establishes a sense of conflicting direction. In fact, it’s not so much a “conflict” – but the beginning of alternative route in the visual sphere, like an elaborate maze of highways.
And in this case, each segment of that maze is crafted to nothing less than excellence – the form of the imouto is far too delightful on the eye, an incredibly kind treat indeed, and her dress is definitely rather ravishing as well.
Now secondly, the application of color is beyond breathtaking – the palette is arranged of tones both vivacious and intense, yet seemingly washed out with an abundance of tint. This facet of the art piece becomes particularly engaging as it also applies to the background of flakes which recur the colors of blue and pink for balance. The background also is one aspect which diverges from the norm in that it overlays itself atop the subject matter.
The focal point is still the imouto of course, particularly her thighs and relevant vicinity, yet the pattern of the background escapes over the foreground – and whilst such a tact is a rarity in itself, for it to be executed to a caliber simply shattering of belief, this is a monumental achievement indeed.