"Oh, Mr. Nagano! You flatter me, sir, but I... I can’t marry you!" "Asamitsu, you don’t understand: I love you. We're gonna get married as soon as I talk to Lady Asazaki!” "…Mr. Nagano… you’re drunk, sir… you need to go home."
Inspired by [this song]. The trials of Nae's life, haha!
On a side note: my notes are COMPLETELY, HORRIBLY unorganized. If you absolutely NEED to talk to me, please send an EMAIL to the address located on my frontpage! I'd turn off notes if I could.
This is incredible, the anthro use of insects to showcast the humanity of what humans normally do. This is marvelous and fascinating, the contrast of colors and shadows give it that rustic vibe of Old Era Japan in its hay day as they look incredibly well detailed. Even the girls in the background their faces truly mark a fascinating development of their culture for make up and masks. This is just truly marvelous!
Yes, I been noticing the style and use of anthromorphic insects to convey human and their humans. I do like the regal use of the Japanese era for such creatures and it just seems to fluidly go well with it. :3
Hmmm! it's good thing Nagano-san didn't see Nae-chan with her 'Big ribbon" on...He probably would've tried to MOVE-IN right then and there! That and you KNOW how hard 'tipsy Pillbugs' can be on the furniture when they've had just a little bit too-much sake. With that hard carapace, one stumble and he'd roll right through the shoji and end up nose-diving into the koi-pond...It would just be embarrassment all-around!