I might have enjoyed this more if it wasn't so easy to compare with the story Shuninta is doing which is nearly the same concept but with more room to breathe narratively. This was OK but I just don't like it as much
Usually with a lot of art it's easy to tell when the localizers have reversed the art to fit a more natural reading style for the communities buying it. I've got a couple older releases of stuff where that happened.
Mezashi's style is clean and simple enough that you don't really notice it here, which is funny in a way.
Bits of narrative convenience notwithstanding I like that these characters and their circumstances mostly feel plausible, rather than having the characters basically serving as drama elementals in service of the plot. They're dumb, yes, but dumb in a way that feels reasonable for a high schooler to be.
loli's are girls that are grade school age. So anything middle school or above does not constitute as a loli. I'm saying love live has girls in high school so yes they are underage most of the time but they're not loli's. Also not everything tagged as loli is porn.
ah, the classic "no, you mean ephebophilia" argument
Definitely seems like something whose premise comes from the write-what-you-know strategy. By which I mean the main character definitely feels closer to how the author presents herself and what she does for a living (designing and writing very character-driven stuff)