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FUCK YOUR PERPETUATION OF THE "BRONIES AREN'T REALLY OPPRESSED MYTH" YOU PRIVILEGED FUCKS. I COULDN'T GET A JOB BECAUSE OF MY BRONY ARMBAND.
"Just.. take the arm band off."
"THAT’S WHAT THE NON-MAGICAL SHEEPLE WANT ME TO DO!"
Star Trek fans are oppressed too. I went into a job interview wearing Spock ears and they LAUGHED at me and told me to go home!
One thing I don’t undertand in comics is characters talking with their mouths closed. You see it all the time in mainstream books. I’m certain there’s a point when I was drawing comics that I flipped from not even thinking about the closed mouth talkers (my early stuff is full of them) to really hating them. It completely punctures the reality of a panel for me if someone’s talking with their mouth closed.
I partially agree, but the #1 rule of comics is to draw whatever looks better.
Donald Duck looks like he’s screaming when he has his mouth open, which is great if he IS screaming. If he’s being more subtle, it looks better to keep that bill shut.
A panel is a moment, not an instance. A moment can be a nanosecond or 3 hours. In a panel you can have two people talking and have both their mouths open at the same time and it looks great. In a snapshot, that wouldn’t make sense. But that also means a characters face can represent the character immediately before or after they start to talk.
Usually, it’ll look better to have the character’s mouth open when they talk, but sometimes a closed mouth conveys a specific emotion better.
This is my new fandom and if you make fun of me I’m telling my mom on you
You forgot two:
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Maggie, you don’t really “get” how tumblr works, do you?
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