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The examples above were not used to bash any anime, but merely to demonstrate the evolution of anime art tropes from the s to now. I get the critique on body types, even though there are still lots of realistically proportioned anime characters now too, but your examples for expressiveness and same-face I think is rather unfair. First, color and shading. Bodies have also lost all of their depth that come from an illusion of thickness necessary to two dimensional media in favor of being skinny and flat except for voluminous breasts, of course and many normal, attractive parts of ladies ribcages, stomach pooches, and natural folds are simply smoothed over. Ultimately its a style shift, just like how theres been a shift with western cartoons as well, meaning some stuff has gotten better and some worse. Secondly, anatomical proportions. Both female and male hair and eye coloration comes in any range of colors, from neon to pastel to white although female characters most often display this. Anime girls with the same hair color that you can actually tell apart! Additionally, modern anime has a very specific, hard method of shading and highlighting that makes hair and skin look unnaturally shiny and often gross, lowering the realism value and throwing the texture of the skin into uncanny valley territory. Anime girls are often not allowed to make cartoonish expressions deemed unattractive or generally change their expressions at all barring blush lines. The typical color for skin in anime has gradually lightened to almost pure white over the years. The writing and plot of each anime were not taken into account at all. So i agree with some of these points but BOY does it rub me the wrong way just how biased most of the aspects of this post is because its blatantly comparing the best examples against the worst examples? As the size of the eye increases, shape becomes more prominent, and distance towards the ears increases, the size of the nose, mouth, and chin decrease, contributing highly to the uncanny valley effect many modern any girls have. Besides the shading, female character body and facial proportions have degraded so much that they are barely caricatures of human anatomy. This has happened to male characters also, although to a lesser extent. The biggest changes have been to the breast to waist proportion. Anime noses and mouths are apparently inversely proportional to eye shape, size, and distance apart. Take these faces: Here are some examples of female anatomy in early anime: Tumblr anime girl



Granted, there has always been a problem with female character same-face syndrome since the conception of anime actually, in all drawn media but as the number of female main characters in anime has grown, ironically, the problem has only increased. The typical color for skin in anime has gradually lightened to almost pure white over the years. The writing and plot of each anime were not taken into account at all. Anime girls are often not allowed to make cartoonish expressions deemed unattractive or generally change their expressions at all barring blush lines. For some reason, anime producers believe that an E-cup is the appropriate cup-size for an average 14 year old Japanese female. As the size of the eye increases, shape becomes more prominent, and distance towards the ears increases, the size of the nose, mouth, and chin decrease, contributing highly to the uncanny valley effect many modern any girls have. Anime girls with the same hair color that you can actually tell apart! Here are some examples of female anatomy in early anime: Anime noses and mouths are apparently inversely proportional to eye shape, size, and distance apart. Bodies have also lost all of their depth that come from an illusion of thickness necessary to two dimensional media in favor of being skinny and flat except for voluminous breasts, of course and many normal, attractive parts of ladies ribcages, stomach pooches, and natural folds are simply smoothed over. Another noticeable change has been to the eyes and facial shape. I get the critique on body types, even though there are still lots of realistically proportioned anime characters now too, but your examples for expressiveness and same-face I think is rather unfair. So i agree with some of these points but BOY does it rub me the wrong way just how biased most of the aspects of this post is because its blatantly comparing the best examples against the worst examples? The biggest changes have been to the breast to waist proportion. The examples above were not used to bash any anime, but merely to demonstrate the evolution of anime art tropes from the s to now. Both female and male hair and eye coloration comes in any range of colors, from neon to pastel to white although female characters most often display this. Ultimately its a style shift, just like how theres been a shift with western cartoons as well, meaning some stuff has gotten better and some worse. Anime girls look increasingly similar to one another, differentiated only by their hair style and eyes.

Tumblr anime girl



Bodies have also lost all of their depth that come from an illusion of thickness necessary to two dimensional media in favor of being skinny and flat except for voluminous breasts, of course and many normal, attractive parts of ladies ribcages, stomach pooches, and natural folds are simply smoothed over. The biggest changes have been to the breast to waist proportion. As the size of the eye increases, shape becomes more prominent, and distance towards the ears increases, the size of the nose, mouth, and chin decrease, contributing highly to the uncanny valley effect many modern any girls have. Besides the shading, female character body and facial proportions have degraded so much that they are barely caricatures of human anatomy. Here are some examples of female anatomy in early anime: So i agree with some of these points but BOY does it rub me the wrong way just how biased most of the aspects of this post is because its blatantly comparing the best examples against the worst examples? The examples above were not used to bash any anime, but merely to demonstrate the evolution of anime art tropes from the s to now. Granted, there has always been a problem with female character same-face syndrome since the conception of anime actually, in all drawn media but as the number of female main characters in anime has grown, ironically, the problem has only increased. Anime girls with the same hair color that you can actually tell apart! Additionally, modern anime has a very specific, hard method of shading and highlighting that makes hair and skin look unnaturally shiny and often gross, lowering the realism value and throwing the texture of the skin into uncanny valley territory. The writing and plot of each anime were not taken into account at all. This has happened to male characters also, although to a lesser extent. The predominant style of the day in anime employs very crisp cell shading and eye-watering colors. For some reason, anime producers believe that an E-cup is the appropriate cup-size for an average 14 year old Japanese female.



































Tumblr anime girl



Additionally, modern anime has a very specific, hard method of shading and highlighting that makes hair and skin look unnaturally shiny and often gross, lowering the realism value and throwing the texture of the skin into uncanny valley territory. The predominant style of the day in anime employs very crisp cell shading and eye-watering colors. The examples above were not used to bash any anime, but merely to demonstrate the evolution of anime art tropes from the s to now. The biggest changes have been to the breast to waist proportion. Ultimately its a style shift, just like how theres been a shift with western cartoons as well, meaning some stuff has gotten better and some worse. I get the critique on body types, even though there are still lots of realistically proportioned anime characters now too, but your examples for expressiveness and same-face I think is rather unfair. This has happened to male characters also, although to a lesser extent. Bodies have also lost all of their depth that come from an illusion of thickness necessary to two dimensional media in favor of being skinny and flat except for voluminous breasts, of course and many normal, attractive parts of ladies ribcages, stomach pooches, and natural folds are simply smoothed over. Both female and male hair and eye coloration comes in any range of colors, from neon to pastel to white although female characters most often display this. Color, personality, and realism. Take these faces: The writing and plot of each anime were not taken into account at all. Granted, there has always been a problem with female character same-face syndrome since the conception of anime actually, in all drawn media but as the number of female main characters in anime has grown, ironically, the problem has only increased. For some reason, anime producers believe that an E-cup is the appropriate cup-size for an average 14 year old Japanese female. Anime noses and mouths are apparently inversely proportional to eye shape, size, and distance apart. Secondly, anatomical proportions. So i agree with some of these points but BOY does it rub me the wrong way just how biased most of the aspects of this post is because its blatantly comparing the best examples against the worst examples? Another noticeable change has been to the eyes and facial shape. Besides the shading, female character body and facial proportions have degraded so much that they are barely caricatures of human anatomy. The typical color for skin in anime has gradually lightened to almost pure white over the years. Here are some examples of female anatomy in early anime: Anime girls are often not allowed to make cartoonish expressions deemed unattractive or generally change their expressions at all barring blush lines. First, color and shading. Anime girls with the same hair color that you can actually tell apart! As the size of the eye increases, shape becomes more prominent, and distance towards the ears increases, the size of the nose, mouth, and chin decrease, contributing highly to the uncanny valley effect many modern any girls have.

Secondly, anatomical proportions. Take these faces: This has happened to male characters also, although to a lesser extent. The writing and plot of each anime were not taken into account at all. Bodies have also lost all of their depth that come from an illusion of thickness necessary to two dimensional media in favor of being skinny and flat except for voluminous breasts, of course and many normal, attractive parts of ladies ribcages, stomach pooches, and natural folds are simply smoothed over. Anime girls with the same hair color that you can actually tell apart! I get the critique on body types, even though there are still lots of realistically proportioned anime characters now too, but your examples for expressiveness and same-face I think is rather unfair. Color, personality, and realism. Granted, there has always been a problem with female character same-face syndrome since the conception of anime actually, in all drawn media but as the number of female main characters in anime has grown, ironically, the problem has only increased. So i agree with some of these points but BOY does it rub me the wrong way just how biased most of the aspects of this post is because its blatantly comparing the best examples against the worst examples? The typical color for skin in anime has gradually lightened to almost pure white over the years. Tumblr anime girl



Here are some examples of female anatomy in early anime: Secondly, anatomical proportions. The typical color for skin in anime has gradually lightened to almost pure white over the years. I get the critique on body types, even though there are still lots of realistically proportioned anime characters now too, but your examples for expressiveness and same-face I think is rather unfair. For some reason, anime producers believe that an E-cup is the appropriate cup-size for an average 14 year old Japanese female. The writing and plot of each anime were not taken into account at all. Color, personality, and realism. Another noticeable change has been to the eyes and facial shape. As the size of the eye increases, shape becomes more prominent, and distance towards the ears increases, the size of the nose, mouth, and chin decrease, contributing highly to the uncanny valley effect many modern any girls have. Anime girls are often not allowed to make cartoonish expressions deemed unattractive or generally change their expressions at all barring blush lines. Besides the shading, female character body and facial proportions have degraded so much that they are barely caricatures of human anatomy. So i agree with some of these points but BOY does it rub me the wrong way just how biased most of the aspects of this post is because its blatantly comparing the best examples against the worst examples? Both female and male hair and eye coloration comes in any range of colors, from neon to pastel to white although female characters most often display this. The predominant style of the day in anime employs very crisp cell shading and eye-watering colors. Additionally, modern anime has a very specific, hard method of shading and highlighting that makes hair and skin look unnaturally shiny and often gross, lowering the realism value and throwing the texture of the skin into uncanny valley territory. Ultimately its a style shift, just like how theres been a shift with western cartoons as well, meaning some stuff has gotten better and some worse. The examples above were not used to bash any anime, but merely to demonstrate the evolution of anime art tropes from the s to now.

Tumblr anime girl



Besides the shading, female character body and facial proportions have degraded so much that they are barely caricatures of human anatomy. For some reason, anime producers believe that an E-cup is the appropriate cup-size for an average 14 year old Japanese female. Secondly, anatomical proportions. Ultimately its a style shift, just like how theres been a shift with western cartoons as well, meaning some stuff has gotten better and some worse. As the size of the eye increases, shape becomes more prominent, and distance towards the ears increases, the size of the nose, mouth, and chin decrease, contributing highly to the uncanny valley effect many modern any girls have. The examples above were not used to bash any anime, but merely to demonstrate the evolution of anime art tropes from the s to now. Color, personality, and realism. So i agree with some of these points but BOY does it rub me the wrong way just how biased most of the aspects of this post is because its blatantly comparing the best examples against the worst examples? Anime noses and mouths are apparently inversely proportional to eye shape, size, and distance apart. Bodies have also lost all of their depth that come from an illusion of thickness necessary to two dimensional media in favor of being skinny and flat except for voluminous breasts, of course and many normal, attractive parts of ladies ribcages, stomach pooches, and natural folds are simply smoothed over. Here are some examples of female anatomy in early anime: Granted, there has always been a problem with female character same-face syndrome since the conception of anime actually, in all drawn media but as the number of female main characters in anime has grown, ironically, the problem has only increased. Anime girls with the same hair color that you can actually tell apart! Anime girls are often not allowed to make cartoonish expressions deemed unattractive or generally change their expressions at all barring blush lines. Anime girls look increasingly similar to one another, differentiated only by their hair style and eyes. I get the critique on body types, even though there are still lots of realistically proportioned anime characters now too, but your examples for expressiveness and same-face I think is rather unfair. Take these faces: The writing and plot of each anime were not taken into account at all. Additionally, modern anime has a very specific, hard method of shading and highlighting that makes hair and skin look unnaturally shiny and often gross, lowering the realism value and throwing the texture of the skin into uncanny valley territory. Both female and male hair and eye coloration comes in any range of colors, from neon to pastel to white although female characters most often display this. The typical color for skin in anime has gradually lightened to almost pure white over the years. The predominant style of the day in anime employs very crisp cell shading and eye-watering colors. Another noticeable change has been to the eyes and facial shape. The biggest changes have been to the breast to waist proportion. This has happened to male characters also, although to a lesser extent.





The examples above were not used to bash any anime, but merely to demonstrate the evolution of anime art tropes from the s to now. Secondly, anatomical proportions. Bodies have also lost all of their depth that come from an illusion of thickness necessary to two dimensional media in favor of being skinny and flat except for voluminous breasts, of course and many normal, attractive parts of ladies ribcages, stomach pooches, and natural folds are simply smoothed over. Take these faces: This has happened to male characters also, although to a lesser extent. Anime girls look increasingly similar to one another, differentiated only by their hair style and eyes. The writing and plot of each anime were not taken into account at all. Granted, there has always been a problem with female character same-face syndrome since the conception of anime actually, in all drawn media but as the number of female main characters in anime has grown, ironically, the problem has only increased. Ultimately its a style shift, just like how theres been a shift with western cartoons as well, meaning some stuff has gotten better and some worse. Additionally, modern anime has a very specific, hard method of shading and highlighting that makes hair and skin look unnaturally shiny and often gross, lowering the realism value and throwing the texture of the skin into uncanny valley territory. I get the critique on body types, even though there are still lots of realistically proportioned anime characters now too, but your examples for expressiveness and same-face I think is rather unfair. First, color and shading. Here are some examples of female anatomy in early anime: As the size of the eye increases, shape becomes more prominent, and distance towards the ears increases, the size of the nose, mouth, and chin decrease, contributing highly to the uncanny valley effect many modern any girls have. Besides the shading, female character body and facial proportions have degraded so much that they are barely caricatures of human anatomy. For some reason, anime producers believe that an E-cup is the appropriate cup-size for an average 14 year old Japanese female. Anime girls with the same hair color that you can actually tell apart! Another noticeable change has been to the eyes and facial shape. Both female and male hair and eye coloration comes in any range of colors, from neon to pastel to white although female characters most often display this. The typical color for skin in anime has gradually lightened to almost pure white over the years. Color, personality, and realism. The biggest changes have been to the breast to waist proportion. So i agree with some of these points but BOY does it rub me the wrong way just how biased most of the aspects of this post is because its blatantly comparing the best examples against the worst examples? Anime noses and mouths are apparently inversely proportional to eye shape, size, and distance apart. The predominant style of the day in anime employs very crisp cell shading and eye-watering colors. Anime girls are often not allowed to make cartoonish expressions deemed unattractive or generally change their expressions at all barring blush lines.

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  1. Besides the shading, female character body and facial proportions have degraded so much that they are barely caricatures of human anatomy. Secondly, anatomical proportions. Anime girls look increasingly similar to one another, differentiated only by their hair style and eyes.

  2. Anime girls with the same hair color that you can actually tell apart! As the size of the eye increases, shape becomes more prominent, and distance towards the ears increases, the size of the nose, mouth, and chin decrease, contributing highly to the uncanny valley effect many modern any girls have.

  3. Besides the shading, female character body and facial proportions have degraded so much that they are barely caricatures of human anatomy. So i agree with some of these points but BOY does it rub me the wrong way just how biased most of the aspects of this post is because its blatantly comparing the best examples against the worst examples?

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