Ryuko AzumaSakuranbo (2005)

I like the way this presents the entire body in a compelling pose that suggests both a bilateral and hemispherical symmetry (i.e. the position of her arms mirrors that of her legs).

The line work is clean and simple. Very minimal tonal shading contributes dimension.

I also really dig that those appear to be the best cherry known to humankind–Rainer cherries.

In other words: this is the perfect balance between visually arresting and WTF. (But why the fuck does her vulva look so totally resemble a Band-Aid?)

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