OniAi didn’t take too long to revert into its sub-decent stylings of excessive service, and the marketing department isn’t wasting a second – a dakimakura is soon to be available of the heroine in her pantsu.
Seeing fictional females posed in nearly identical poses so frequently gets rather drab immediately – and OniAi is no exception. There aren’t any particularly distinguishing facets of this huggable pillow piece besides the raised brassiere and convenient censoring by means of hair seen in the seifuku clad side of the dakimakura.
Aside from that, the whole region of stockings, pink pantsu, and seifuku skirt shows an arrangement so greatly abused as is – and there’s no appeal as a result of this. Even assuming this were something fresh, a sight of female skin straight from the oven, the arm reaching downward is so despicable an element in the artwork – and the same holds true to the arms reaching down in the thousands of other dakimakuras that look exactly like this.
The arm is disrupting the balance of the canvas to no greater purpose – it pulls away from the curvature of her legs, and it simply leads nowhere, merely sizzling off in meaninglessness.
Even giving the other half of the dakimakura a chance, the pink lingerie looks like quite an interesting fashion article – although the pose is simply so grotesquely horrible, and lackluster for that matter as well, it does absolutely nothing with the finesse of the clothing. The frills remain untouched, the colors are merely idling, and the strips of white streaming across look as if they meet dead-ends.
Accounting for both sides of the dakimakura, the single worthwhile area to glare at is merely the breasts – yet even then, they’re not anything one can’t find elsewhere.