What are the little things in the design of a character that trigger your autism?
Fuck you, goggles are cool.
The use of pinks and greens to contrast with black and white. It comes off as garish and can saturate a scene with unneeded color.
Clothing with disproportionately large zippers.
I guess on Gir you could argue it's to emphasize his dog costume is shitty, but it was a big trend in art for a while.
I only hate goggles when they're never actually used.
It's alright when the characters are completely cartoonishly proportioned, but when the characters are generally more humanly proportioned, it really gets on my nerves.
Does cool girl count?
Primary shapes for character's physical features. Every single modern cartoon looks like this.
I haven't seen it before. And dying black hair a bright color like those is a lot of work. You have to bleach the hair blonde first (which destroys the hair) and re-apply the dye every couple of months.
In asia yes
When everyone has black hair and you want to stand out you die your hair. And most of the asians in that picture are standard "tough" or "quirky" so they would want to stand out
used to live in korea a bit
kinda. it's not a dyed streak, it's usually just completely dyed hair or a really bright colored ombre
I agree with John k on this
Though we he goes on to rant about he doesn't like how people stylize faces or hair I get turned off to his shit
I figure that they try to give Asian characters anime hair colors without ruining the "realism" of the film or show.
You are either retarded or raised in a bubble if you think the people today actually wear anything that resemble their folkloric clothes.
>Religious clothing isn't cultural
>Culture in the middle east isn't heavily influenced by religion
You know the colorful dresses I'm talking about. It's more of a black culture thing though but every time I've seen an actual African woman she's always wearing one of those dresses.