Acchi Kocchi’s fifth Blu-ray volume has become available for pre-order, and this means one can now indulge in the cover artwork – the front of the disk package features shimmering hues, and an abundance of moe.
Usually, white backgrounds make the scene feel rather bleak – yet such is not the case here, and the reason is that whomever was the artist, they seemingly took advantage of it to the fullest. It’s a frequent ordeal for a Blu-ray cover to merely have a basic white background with a few characters plastered on top – although in this case, that void of neutral tone has been fancied over with a variety of variegated patterns, a few random objects simply to fill negative space and aide in balance, as well as of course, the necessity of the leading heroine.
Stars of many hues are spread across the canvas in an assortment of sizes – they recur the same several tones over throughout the image, and truly liven it up. Some presents, which prove even more so diverse, are also all over the place – and these also greatly vitalize the display put on by this art piece.
The depths of the background are occupied with some softly portrayed decor of nature – embedded with an abundance of specs to represent lights, whilst also keeping the colors consistent. As the lower region of the artwork is filled, the upper half contrasts with its pure white – yet as for where attention goes, it’s all towards that which is on top of all, the blue-haired loli in front.
She stands out in a manner most striking as the many hues which collectively make her person are of a very saturated and contrast packed concoction – making them simply glow off the canvas in the same fashion as a fire would kindle at night. And of course, as one can see, the result is similarly as lovely.