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20,573
Score
4.50 / 5.00

Date
03/02/2013
Category
Illustration
File Info
750 x 1050 px
JPG
358.4 kb
Tags
sky
tentacles
panties
tentacle-bento

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Author Comments

A scene from Schoolgirls Love Tentacles. You can't get away without a scene like this in an eichi series.

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xkafukaxkafuka

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 30, 2013

love how you drew those pantsu. The two best colours for pantsu are pink or violet. :)


DeliciousOrange responds:

All colors are great, but special attention was paid here to help create a primarily analogous color scheme between blue, violet, and red.


DroxicityDroxicity

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars Mar 3, 2013

gotta love fan service and tentacles together :)


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DeliciousOrange responds:

They just fit together so easily.


mujekmujek

Rated 4 / 5 stars Mar 21, 2013

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DeliciousOrange responds:

I thought there was a minimum character length for reviews. You're like some sort of silent magic reviewer.


bocodamondobocodamondo

Rated 4 / 5 stars Mar 3, 2013

lol @the girl in the background who wears sport undershorts is like "ha! nice try" ^^


DeliciousOrange responds:

undershorts are still undershorts.


CoopCoop

Rated 4 / 5 stars Mar 3, 2013

Okay, I'm not sure I get it...

I can understand that this is a Japanese cartoon and tentacles, schoolgirls, sex etc, that all makes a degree of sense to me. However, I am a little concerned about the anatomy of the girl in the foreground on the right - What is going on south of her panties? Either she has a vagina that can phase through her underwear, or she has prolapsed. Neither of which is a particularly enthralling thought, I just had to mention it.

I can see how you've taken a lot of the detail out of the image, by conveniently placed scenery, removing the need for detail on the girls' knees and also by hiding their faces to one degree or another. People like me watch out for that, so in your next piece, I'd prefer to at least see some more effort in the facial detail. Yes, you're capable of recreating a little lace detail on a girl's panties, but it's not enough. The same can be said for the folded design on the fan - it should not look like it has just been overlaid, it would actually be folded and distorted to reflect this. Making this work would be a crowning glory of the piece, I would feel.


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DeliciousOrange responds:

Thanks you for the review. The issue you seem to be referring to is the fact that the muscles on her inner thigh (particularly her adductor magnus and the gluteus maximus) are partially visible from the front. This is actually entirely normal and a common occurrence in women with well defined muscles. This is known more commonly as "the gap" in some circles.

The reduction of detail in areas like the face and knees is to help focus attention on the key points of the illustration, in this case the flipped skirts and panties. Faces are inherently very effective at drawing attention, which is why they are almost entirely obscured here; they would draw too much attention away from the intended focus of the image.

As for the designs, it is a matter of balancing time invested in rendering and effectively communicating the content of the image. Tentacle Bento: Double Major is a very large project with many illustrations, so each image has a limited amount of time available to invest in it. The fact that you recognized it as a folding fan even without the detailed rendering makes it a success for communicating the content of the image, so in terms of the investment of time to the return of effective communication that is quite a good ratio.