Why do pilot suits in anime almost always be skin-tight suit? It really looks impractical.
Doesn't matter. One of those girls isn't gonna need half of the suit.
Spacesuits are pressurized, one of the easiest ways to maintain that is by having tight "fabric" apply some of the pressure as well. The alternative, is a large, bulky near-exoskeleton like the modern real-world suit. They also can function as blood-restricters so that all of your blood doesn't go to one part of your body during high-G moves. This is a real thing jet pilots wear. Beyond that, the suits need to be nonrestrictive so that the pilots can pilot easily as well.
Plus, fanservice, naturally.
This is what pilot suits in reality look like.
Because it adds to the sex appeal.
While the suit itself is alright the breast would also be tightend down quite a bit.
Wasn't there actually a reason in Muv Luv Unlimited? Been a while since I read it but wasn't it because the pilots feel no embarassment towards each other or something along these lines.
Aside from that they look sexy, too bad they removed the visible nipples.
Much more visually appealing on both male and female characters. >>124303368 doesnt look cool at all.
Also much easier to animate
Pretty sure all those moves in those robots would put high Gs on the pilot, so yeah they'd still need G-suits.
>Much more visually appealing on both male and female characters
Not when they look cheap.
>doesn't look cool at all
Fantasy can still look cool while still being accurate. Look at Star Wars.
>Nipples do not
Fuck dem niggas
These types of pilot suits are also made with the idea that they might need to eject and the extra shit they hold on them or in the pockets is for survival. Like, why the fuck would they need a knee-pocket for piloting a robutt?
Damn good one, though
Well,actually it predict the future
>wear more clothes than the mini-dress school uniform
Yes, its success and popularity make it good.
Are you functionally retarded or are you just pretending? The rebel flight soon is just orange workshop overalls with gumboots and a plastic box with buttons and switches that don't even look like they can be pressed.
What is that white chest bit even for?
Realistic is something that can't be used to describe that flight suit.
You are the one comparing decades old franchise that's literally most popular brand in the world, with something that started mere twelve years ago as dating sim with a twist.
My only notion is, that the technological advance shows.
Essentially, basically desensitization to instinctual urges. Y'know, if you see a naked girl in front of you all the time as you train with her with no time to flirt or anything you'll start to see her less and less as a girl and more like a "partner" or other such thing that isn't "potential mate I must protect at all costs" or "potential father of my children" that would get you killed on the battlefield or otherwise interfere with you following orders.
Now, if that don't work, have no fear, hypnotherapy is here to well and properly brainwash your ass to respond to a chemical cocktail and a few trigger phrases if need be (like, for instance, the vanguards seem like they wanna retreat and run away instead of being sacrificed for the REMFs to escape alive). Base human instinct is inefficient, squad cohesion is the most important thing, romance gets in the way of efficient execution of orders given by your superiors. You're a weapon/soldier first, human second. That's what an Eishi is supposed to be.
>Not preferring '90s style