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Virtual idol Hatsune Miku‘s legendary shimapan prove the inspiration for some striking pantsu-centric art.

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By Eto (Pixiv), whose works do occasionally stray into non-Miku and non-panchira territory, although he is rather evidently starved of practice in this area.

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Compare to the previously featured Akimbo and Acerbi.

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