WINTER WONDER LULU SKIN REVIEW
Winter Wonder Lulu is a very focused skin with a theme specifically spread over every aspect.
From the clothes to the snow particles almost everything is linked to snow and ice.
Some elements are more direct than others: for instance, the snowflake shield in contrast to a poro Pix.
Nonetheless, it’s a very consistent skin even if unoriginal and a bit homogeneous in terms of colours.
Still, when taken as the sum of its parts it’s a very satisfying and effective skin that not only communicates its idea well but is also attractive.
In the end, this is a great skin for the Fae Sorceress but sadly too expensive for the features it provides.
However, as it packs all of Lulu’s mischief with a different flavour it’s certainly recommended while on sale.
WINTER WONDER LULU SKIN INFO
- Winter Wonder Lulu is based on an idea of CelestialBird (=Cirath).
- In the background of the splash art, you can see one of the Poros has a mustache. This was revealed to have been a teaser for Braum.
- Whimsy turns her enemies into snowmen.
- She shares this theme with Orianna.
WINTER WONDER LULU SPLASH ART
- The monochromatic tones of this piece manage to present a fitting even if unsurprising setting.
- The background consists of a reunion of poros in a forest gathered around Lulu.
- The premise lacks depth just like the background but stands as an effective frame.
- Actually, the general tone of the piece is a bit cartoony but attractive nonetheless.
- Lulu’s magical display breathes some life into the piece along her bright eyes and clear smile.
- Her clothes are nice when they can be seen like the fur or the metallic decorations on her hat.
- However, the magic spectacle covers most of her coat.
- On top of that, her staff seems completely absent.
- Conversely, Pix can be wholly appreciated with sensible fur but a puzzling expression.
- In the end, it’s a splash art that successfully centres the attention on Lulu and Pix.
- Every element works towards that aim, even the colours, but it leaves a flat aftertaste of monotony.