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15th Jun '17 9:36:49 PM jtierney50
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* Being stick figures, all the characters of ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' used to have this, except for barefoot characters (Belkar had triangular hairy feet, and goblins had feet that basically just looked like hands). The first [[Art Evolution art upgrade]] gave Roy rather large boots (everyone else still had lines for feet), and the most recent one has given everyone fully drawn legs and feet, thus averting the trope.

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* Being stick figures, all the characters of ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' used to have this, except for barefoot characters (Belkar had triangular hairy feet, and goblins had feet that basically just looked like hands). The first [[Art Evolution [[ArtEvolution art upgrade]] gave Roy rather large boots (everyone else still had lines for feet), and the most recent one has given everyone fully drawn legs and feet, thus averting the trope.
15th Jun '17 9:36:02 PM jtierney50
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* Being stick figures, all the characters of ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'' used to have this, except for barefoot characters (Belkar had triangular hairy feet, and goblins had feet that basically just looked like hands). The first [[Art Evolution art upgrade]] gave Roy rather large boots (everyone else still had lines for feet), and the most recent one has given everyone fully drawn legs and feet, thus averting the trope.
10th Jun '17 8:29:10 PM TheGunheart
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* ''Anime/CodeGeass'' has a rare, non-budget related example. Just look at Lelouch's Zero costume. Ever notice how the boots and pants are completely seamless?

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* ''Anime/CodeGeass'' has a rare, non-budget related example. Just look at Lelouch's Zero costume. Ever notice how the costume, a flamboyant bodysuit with boots and pants are completely seamless?seamlessly integrated into the pants.
31st May '17 3:10:20 PM 8BrickMario
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* Playmobil figurines and Franchise/{{LEGO}} minifigs.

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* Playmobil figurines {{Toys/Playmobil}} figures in their early days and Franchise/{{LEGO}} minifigs.minifigures with unprinted leg pieces, though several minifigures have dual-molded legs to imply boots or have printed detail to denote shoes.
6th May '17 1:47:09 PM MathematicalVoid
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* One of the default female outfits in the ''Franchise/MassEffect'' series is a floor length dress that doesn't show the character's feet.
29th Jan '17 8:12:52 PM Karxrida
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-->-- ''WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail'' #127: "long pants"

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-->-- ''WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail'' #127: [[Recap/StrongBadEmailE127LongPants "long pants"
pants"]]
29th Jan '17 7:39:41 PM Karxrida
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-->-- ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner''

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-->-- ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner''
''WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail'' #127: "long pants"
29th Jan '17 7:38:43 PM Karxrida
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[[quoteright:350:[[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/longpants_homestar_6250.jpg]]]]

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[[quoteright:350:[[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner [[quoteright:350:[[WebAnimation/StrongBadEmail http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/longpants_homestar_6250.jpg]]]]
17th Sep '16 8:33:12 AM thatother1dude
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'':
** A number of characters (including Amethyst, Ruby, Bismuth, and Mr. Smiley) have very short feet on thick legs, resembling pig hoofs. Consequently, their shoes look like socks that are distinct from their pants/legs only in color, not outline. Onion's shoes don't even have that much distinctions from his pants. Steven points the latter out in "Onion Gang", jokingly suggesting that Onion should takes his shoes off but doesn't know how.
** It's unclear if Jasper wears boots and tight pants or if those are just patterns on FutureSpandex like Peridot and Garnet wear.
17th Sep '16 7:45:19 AM thatother1dude
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* Dexter in ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' has this, because his short legs makes his boots look this way. His father, however, unquestionably follows this trope [[ArtEvolution (at least in the third and fourth seasons)]].

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* Dexter in ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'' has this, because his legs so short legs makes that his boots look this way.go all the way up to his LabcoatOfScienceAndMedicine. His father, however, unquestionably follows this trope [[ArtEvolution (at least in the third and fourth seasons)]].



* The main trio of ''WesternAnimation/CampLazlo'' appear to be wearing black long pants. Most of the other campers are simply [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal not wearing pants]] at all. Except that one episode where EVERYONE wears pants to justify being pants'd by Edward.

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* The main trio of ''WesternAnimation/CampLazlo'' appear to be wearing black long pants. Most of the other campers are simply [[HalfDressedCartoonAnimal not wearing pants]] at all. Except all--except that one episode where EVERYONE wears pants to justify being pants'd by Edward.



* The suits of the main characters from ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' may look like they have built-in boots, but it's actually a case of this trope since in an episode we can clearly see Clover losing a boot from her suit, showing it's a separate piece.

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* The suits of the main characters from ''WesternAnimation/TotallySpies'' may look like they have built-in boots, but it's actually a case of this trope since in an episode we can Clover is once clearly see Clover shown losing a boot from her suit, showing it's a separate piece.
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