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23rd Jun '16 8:53:50 PM nombretomado
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* Buster, Babs and Binky Bunny (no relation), Plucky Duck, Hamton J. Pig, Fowlmouth, and Shirley the Loon from ''TinyToonAdventures'' are examples of this trope, but one animation style makes the characters look like they are averting the trope (e.g., the pilot episode, "A Looney Beginning").

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* Buster, Babs and Binky Bunny (no relation), Plucky Duck, Hamton J. Pig, Fowlmouth, and Shirley the Loon from ''TinyToonAdventures'' ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' are examples of this trope, but one animation style makes the characters look like they are averting the trope (e.g., the pilot episode, "A Looney Beginning").
21st Jun '16 11:54:49 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''MissSpidersSunnyPatchFriends'' let us find out what happens when you give characters realistic insect-like eyes ''and'' cute cartoony eyes at the same time. Greatly dissettling? Oh, you betcha.

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* ''MissSpidersSunnyPatchFriends'' ''WesternAnimation/MissSpidersSunnyPatchFriends'' let us find out what happens when you give characters realistic insect-like eyes ''and'' cute cartoony eyes at the same time. Greatly dissettling? Oh, you betcha.
8th Mar '16 2:29:58 PM grapesandmilk
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSecretOfNIMH'', while this trope is played straight most of the time, the rats' eyes are portrayed as being more realistic before they were experimented on.
13th Feb '16 1:19:44 PM Midna
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* The illustration of an umber hulk in the 1st Edition D&D ''Monster Manual'' shows it with one pair of large, wide-set insectile eyes, along with a smaller, close-set pair of cartoony eyes in between the bug-eyes. This actually turns out to be a clever effect, as attempting to "meet the gaze" of this sketch leaves your brain confused about which eyes are the "real" ones, much like in an optical illusion (vase or faces? bunny or duck?). Justified, in that the umber hulk's gaze ''in-game'' causes people to become confused.

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* The illustration of an umber hulk in the 1st and 3rd Edition D&D ''Monster Manual'' Manuals'' shows it with one pair of large, wide-set insectile eyes, along with a smaller, close-set pair of cartoony eyes in between the bug-eyes. This actually turns out to be a clever effect, as attempting to "meet the gaze" of this sketch leaves your brain confused about which eyes are the "real" ones, much like in an optical illusion (vase or faces? bunny or duck?). Justified, in that the umber hulk's gaze ''in-game'' causes people to become confused.
5th Feb '16 2:23:37 PM justanid
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As this is such a UniversalTrope, instead of listing every cartoon character ever, we will list the...

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As this is such a UniversalTrope, {{Universal Trope|s}}, instead of listing every cartoon character ever, we will list the...
9th Jan '16 11:52:31 AM Snicka
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* Kerchak in ''Disney/{{Tarza}}'' has yellow sclerae, opposed to the other apes who have white sclerae. This makes him look a bit more savage than the other apes.

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* Kerchak in ''Disney/{{Tarza}}'' ''Disney/{{Tarzan}}'' has yellow sclerae, opposed to the other apes who have white sclerae. This makes him look a bit more savage than the other apes.
9th Jan '16 11:51:45 AM Snicka
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* Kerchak in ''Disney/{{Tarza}}'' has yellow sclerae, opposed to the other apes who have white sclerae. This makes him look a bit more savage than the other apes.
9th Jan '16 10:28:07 AM nombretomado
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** Huge exceptions: ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'', and the fish in ''SpongeBobSquarePants'' (One of the characters in the show has both of his eyes placed on one side of his head.)

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** Huge exceptions: ''WesternAnimation/FindingNemo'', and the fish in ''SpongeBobSquarePants'' ''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants'' (One of the characters in the show has both of his eyes placed on one side of his head.)
8th Jan '16 8:04:25 AM Doug86
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* [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rtam.JPG One cover illustration]] of ''[[{{Redwall}} Rakkety Tam]]'' depicts Tam, an anthropomorphic squirrel, with a fairly realistic face shape and eyes. It's actually far creepier than the slightly more cartoony illustrations in the chapter-headings and on most of the other cover art, which show the animals with human-style eyes.

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* [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rtam.JPG One cover illustration]] of ''[[{{Redwall}} ''[[Literature/{{Redwall}} Rakkety Tam]]'' depicts Tam, an anthropomorphic squirrel, with a fairly realistic face shape and eyes. It's actually far creepier than the slightly more cartoony illustrations in the chapter-headings and on most of the other cover art, which show the animals with human-style eyes.
31st Oct '15 2:21:56 PM Morgenthaler
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** Also seen on the horses in ''RoadToEldorado'' and ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' to allow for [[AnimalReactionShot Animal Reaction Shots]].

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** * Also seen on the horses in ''RoadToEldorado'' ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado'' and ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' to allow for [[AnimalReactionShot Animal Reaction Shots]].
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