>that feel when you realize that the vast majority of anime characters have similar generic eyes and facial features because it's not only easier to draw such templates but it's also easier to make figurines when they use the same eyes
No wonder anime is seen as a lower tier form of art.
>posting this to reddit
kill urself my man
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Woah it's like you guys are collectively retarded. Jesus Christ.
Old anime is the best. Sameface rarely occurred then. I'll post samples.
Just look at the quality.
Please, maybe if the Chinese were doing them there'd be a speck of talent left. The Japanese are nothing but subhuman perverts, no wonder they can't create anything with a shred of worth.
>2016 Anno Domini
>Not knowing that the eyes are the most important part of the human body when it comes to expressing and reading body language
>Not knowing that anime borrowed that style from early Disney
Get the fuck off of this board, you troglodyte.
>>that feel when you realize that the vast majority of movie characters have the exact same facial features because they are not only the same actors every single times but it's also used as a marketing point
>peoples ACTUALLY want their favorite guy in every single movies
>that feel when you realize that the vast majority of movie take place in the same countries, cities, sometimes in the exact same rooms, featuring the exact same guys in exact or slightly switched up roles, doing the exact same acting they're known for because they've turned themselves into a brand