History Headscratchers / CharlieTheUnicorn

20th Feb '16 5:35:40 AM EnderPixel
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** I always assumed it was a product of the art style. Charlie and co. strongly resemble toy horses with molded manes. The manes on such toys are sometimes hard to see, depending upon the color of the toy and how short the mane was meant to be. If the characters are indeed modeled off of toys, this combined with the blurriness of the shading on the characters would make manes hard to see anyway, so the artist may not have bothered to draw them (or did draw them but they got lost amongst the blur during production and were left that way).

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** I always assumed it was a product of the art style. Charlie and co. strongly resemble toy horses with molded manes. The manes on such toys are sometimes hard to see, depending upon the color of the toy and how short the mane was meant to be. If the characters are indeed modeled off of toys, this combined with the blurriness of the shading on the characters would make manes hard to see anyway, so the artist may not have bothered to draw them (or did draw them but they got lost amongst the blur during production and were left that way).way).
*What is IN the vortex?
8th Nov '15 9:19:36 AM Nire
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** If I'm up to date on my unicorn mythology, Unicorns didn't have manes in their early interpretations so it could be a reference to that. Although they also had goat-like feet and lion-like tails so I'm probably wrong. However it may be because if they had manes they would get in the way of the characters and make their drawings a bit off. So it's probably more of an artistic reason than mythological reason.

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** If I'm up to date on my unicorn mythology, Unicorns didn't have manes in their early interpretations so it could be a reference to that. Although they also had goat-like feet and lion-like tails so I'm probably wrong. However it may be because if they had manes they would get in the way of the characters and make their drawings a bit off. So it's probably more of an artistic reason than mythological reason.reason.
** I always assumed it was a product of the art style. Charlie and co. strongly resemble toy horses with molded manes. The manes on such toys are sometimes hard to see, depending upon the color of the toy and how short the mane was meant to be. If the characters are indeed modeled off of toys, this combined with the blurriness of the shading on the characters would make manes hard to see anyway, so the artist may not have bothered to draw them (or did draw them but they got lost amongst the blur during production and were left that way).
5th Jan '15 12:37:23 AM ratbrainbasher
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** If I'm up to date on my unicorn mythology, Unicorns didn't have main in their early interpretations so it could be a reference to that. Although they also had goat-like feet and lion-like tails so I'm probably wrong. However it may be because if they had mains they would get in the way of the characters and make their drawings a bit off. So it's probably more of an artistic reason than mythological reason.

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** If I'm up to date on my unicorn mythology, Unicorns didn't have main manes in their early interpretations so it could be a reference to that. Although they also had goat-like feet and lion-like tails so I'm probably wrong. However it may be because if they had mains manes they would get in the way of the characters and make their drawings a bit off. So it's probably more of an artistic reason than mythological reason.
26th Oct '14 6:40:03 AM zerohelix
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* I, for one, am confused about the whole 'TypeQueen-Steele' thing. I thought that they were the same person. Did TypeQueen make Charlie the Unicorn first? Did Jason Steele? Or does anyone really know? To add to the confusion, Jason Steele's videos share both the graphic style and humour type of Charlie, while TypeQueen's videos aren't related in the slightest, save the fact that they're animated with the same programs. Also, TQ's animations have a very confined feel to the animation, making it look like she [[UncannyValley never finished the rendering process]]. (To figure out what I mean by that, just watch her 'Evolution of the Unicorn'.)
Can someone clear up the confusion?

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* I, for one, am confused about the whole 'TypeQueen-Steele' thing. I thought that they were the same person. Did TypeQueen make Charlie the Unicorn first? Did Jason Steele? Or does anyone really know? To add to the confusion, Jason Steele's videos share both the graphic style and humour type of Charlie, while TypeQueen's videos aren't related in the slightest, save the fact that they're animated with the same programs. Also, TQ's animations have a very confined feel to the animation, making it look like she [[UncannyValley never finished the rendering process]]. (To figure out what I mean by that, just watch her 'Evolution of the Unicorn'.)
) Can someone clear up the confusion?
6th Jan '14 6:04:52 PM Kennisaurus
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** Perhaps this particular type of unicorns simply do not have manes?

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** Perhaps this particular type of unicorns simply do not have manes?manes?
** If I'm up to date on my unicorn mythology, Unicorns didn't have main in their early interpretations so it could be a reference to that. Although they also had goat-like feet and lion-like tails so I'm probably wrong. However it may be because if they had mains they would get in the way of the characters and make their drawings a bit off. So it's probably more of an artistic reason than mythological reason.
11th Jan '13 11:12:49 AM Tuckerscreator
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** Perhaps this particular type of unicorns simply do not have manes?
* After watching the 4th video, I was just thinking. It seems Pink and Blue have reality altering powers, while Charlie has none. But in the 3rd and 4th video Charlie mentions how things explode after singing to him. Maybe that is his power, to make things explode after singing to him? He's just not aware of it

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** Perhaps this particular type of unicorns simply do not have manes?
* After watching the 4th video, I was just thinking. It seems Pink and Blue have reality altering powers, while Charlie has none. But in the 3rd and 4th video Charlie mentions how things explode after singing to him. Maybe that is his power, to make things explode after singing to him? He's just not aware of it
manes?
11th Jan '13 5:40:42 AM itzshif
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** Perhaps this particular type of unicorns simply do not have manes?

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** Perhaps this particular type of unicorns simply do not have manes?manes?
* After watching the 4th video, I was just thinking. It seems Pink and Blue have reality altering powers, while Charlie has none. But in the 3rd and 4th video Charlie mentions how things explode after singing to him. Maybe that is his power, to make things explode after singing to him? He's just not aware of it
31st Jul '12 5:06:04 AM FELH2
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* I, for one, am confused about the whole 'TypeQueen-Steele' thing. I thought that they were the same person. Did TypeQueen make Charlie the Unicorn first? Did Jason Steele? Or does anyone really know? To add to the confusion, Jason Steele's videos share both the graphic style and humour type of Charlie, while TypeQueen's videos aren't related in the slightest, save the fact that they're animated with the same programs. Also, TQ's animations have a very confined feel to the animation, making it look like she [[UncannyValley never finished the rendering process]]. (To figure out what I mean by that, just watch her 'Evolution of the Unicorn'.)

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* I, for one, am confused about the whole 'TypeQueen-Steele' thing. I thought that they were the same person. Did TypeQueen make Charlie the Unicorn first? Did Jason Steele? Or does anyone really know? To add to the confusion, Jason Steele's videos share both the graphic style and humour type of Charlie, while TypeQueen's videos aren't related in the slightest, save the fact that they're animated with the same programs. Also, TQ's animations have a very confined feel to the animation, making it look like she [[UncannyValley never finished the rendering process]]. (To figure out what I mean by that, just watch her 'Evolution of the Unicorn'.) )



*** TypeQueen is Jason's mother. He uploaded the video initially under her account. This is why when you watch Charlie 1 on YouTube, at the end, it says "For TypeQueen". The video was made for his mother.

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*** TypeQueen is Jason's mother. He uploaded the video initially under her account. This is why when you watch Charlie 1 on YouTube, Website/YouTube, at the end, it says "For TypeQueen". The video was made for his mother.
19th Jul '12 6:24:05 PM CalamityJane
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** They shave. Or, rather, Pink and Blue have always been like that (Charlie suspects they shave) and Charlie has been either forced to shave or had his mane stolen after yet another wacky adventure.

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** They shave. Or, rather, Pink and Blue have always been like that (Charlie suspects they shave) and Charlie has been either forced to shave or had his mane stolen after yet another wacky adventure.adventure.
** Perhaps this particular type of unicorns simply do not have manes?
3rd May '12 3:20:51 PM SchizoTechnician
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* Why do Charlie, Pink, and Blue have tails but no manes?

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* Why do Charlie, Pink, and Blue have tails but no manes?manes?
** They shave. Or, rather, Pink and Blue have always been like that (Charlie suspects they shave) and Charlie has been either forced to shave or had his mane stolen after yet another wacky adventure.
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