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3rd Jun '16 2:44:32 AM Quanyails
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2nd Jun '16 2:00:03 PM Willbyr
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* Yoite (and Miharu, sort of) in ''NabariNoOu''.

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* Yoite (and Miharu, sort of) in ''NabariNoOu''.''Manga/NabariNoOu''.
5th May '16 6:15:15 AM Willbyr
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* One step up from [[StickFigureComic stick figures]], where the torso has some thickness and heads and extremities have more realistic detail, but the arms and legs are essentially lines. This seems to be rather popular in gothic and emo art courtesy of Creator/TimBurton, and may apply to all the characters in a film, or just those emphasizing the ByronicHero or PerkyGoth traits. Example: Jack Skellington from ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas''.

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* One step up from [[StickFigureComic stick figures]], {{stick figure|Comic}}s, where the torso has some thickness and heads and extremities have more realistic detail, but the arms and legs are essentially lines. This seems to be rather popular in gothic and emo art courtesy of Creator/TimBurton, and may apply to all the characters in a film, or just those emphasizing the ByronicHero or PerkyGoth traits. Example: Jack Skellington from ''WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas''.
2nd May '16 10:13:19 AM eroock
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2nd May '16 10:12:55 AM eroock
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2nd May '16 9:51:30 AM Willbyr
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* ''OuranHighSchoolHostClub''

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* ''OuranHighSchoolHostClub''''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub''



* Kouta Hirano of {{Hellsing}} does something like this; his characters tend to be very streched. Unlike most examples of this trope, however, his thick-lined, angular style still give limbs a lot of weight despite their elongated proportions.
* The drawings of ''HajimeNoIppo'' evolved into a variation of this over time: during fights, the characters have a muscular torso but impossibly thin limbs. Especially glaring during the fight between [[spoiler: Itagaki and Saeki]], or in Mashiba's later fights.

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* Kouta Hirano of {{Hellsing}} ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'' does something like this; his characters tend to be very streched. Unlike most examples of this trope, however, his thick-lined, angular style still give limbs a lot of weight despite their elongated proportions.
* The drawings of ''HajimeNoIppo'' ''Manga/HajimeNoIppo'' evolved into a variation of this over time: during fights, the characters have a muscular torso but impossibly thin limbs. Especially glaring during the fight between [[spoiler: Itagaki and Saeki]], or in Mashiba's later fights.



* A staple of [[Creator/AiYazawa Ai Yazawa's]] art style, as evidenced [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/paradise-kiss-2370301_8118.jpg here.]]

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* A staple of [[Creator/AiYazawa Ai Yazawa's]] Creator/AiYazawa's art style, as evidenced [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/paradise-kiss-2370301_8118.jpg here.]]
19th Apr '16 1:57:13 PM Willbyr
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* This style is most noticeable in Creator/{{CLAMP}} works ''Manga/XxxHolic'' and ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle''. Though not a style used in their earlier works, the stereotype has already set in, with these two being their most popular recent works. To a lesser extent, it's still there in their older stuff (e.g. ''TokyoBabylon''), which has occasionally been toned down due to the [[ArtShift difficulty of animating]]. It's just closer to being in line with the rest of anime's skinny, skinny waifs. It also turns up in ''CodeGeass'', which is not terribly surprising, considering its characters were designed by CLAMP.
* The series that Sunrise did immediately after ''CodeGeass'', ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'', also has a decidedly noodly cast, this time designed by Yun Kouga (of ''{{Manga/Loveless}}'' fame).

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* This style is most noticeable in Creator/{{CLAMP}} works ''Manga/XxxHolic'' and ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle''. Though not a style used in their earlier works, the stereotype has already set in, with these two being their most popular recent works. To a lesser extent, it's still there in their older stuff (e.g. ''TokyoBabylon''), ''Manga/TokyoBabylon''), which has occasionally been toned down due to the [[ArtShift difficulty of animating]]. It's just closer to being in line with the rest of anime's skinny, skinny waifs. It also turns up in ''CodeGeass'', ''Anime/CodeGeass'', which is not terribly surprising, considering its characters were designed by CLAMP.
* The series that Sunrise did immediately after ''CodeGeass'', ''Anime/CodeGeass'', ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam00'', also has a decidedly noodly cast, this time designed by Yun Kouga (of ''{{Manga/Loveless}}'' fame).
22nd Mar '16 9:08:05 AM matteste
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* Megumi Shimizu from ''{{Shiki}}''. Actually, most Shiki characters, exceptions being two of the nurses.

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* Megumi Shimizu from ''{{Shiki}}''.''Manga/{{Shiki}}''. Actually, most Shiki characters, exceptions being two of the nurses.
18th Mar '16 4:07:41 PM nombretomado
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* A style based on fashion illustration, where the characters are impossibly slender and long-limbed, but otherwise have more-or-less normal anatomy and musculature. Especially common in {{josei}} manga. More likely to apply to the entire cast (or at least the attractive characters). Often overlaps with {{bishounen}} and/or {{bishoujo}}. Example: Doumeki and Watanuki from ''XxxHOLiC''.

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* A style based on fashion illustration, where the characters are impossibly slender and long-limbed, but otherwise have more-or-less normal anatomy and musculature. Especially common in {{josei}} manga. More likely to apply to the entire cast (or at least the attractive characters). Often overlaps with {{bishounen}} and/or {{bishoujo}}. Example: Doumeki and Watanuki from ''XxxHOLiC''.
''Manga/XxxHolic''.



* This style is most noticeable in Creator/{{CLAMP}} works ''XxxHolic'' and ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle''. Though not a style used in their earlier works, the stereotype has already set in, with these two being their most popular recent works. To a lesser extent, it's still there in their older stuff (e.g. ''TokyoBabylon''), which has occasionally been toned down due to the [[ArtShift difficulty of animating]]. It's just closer to being in line with the rest of anime's skinny, skinny waifs. It also turns up in ''CodeGeass'', which is not terribly surprising, considering its characters were designed by CLAMP.

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* This style is most noticeable in Creator/{{CLAMP}} works ''XxxHolic'' ''Manga/XxxHolic'' and ''TsubasaReservoirChronicle''.''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle''. Though not a style used in their earlier works, the stereotype has already set in, with these two being their most popular recent works. To a lesser extent, it's still there in their older stuff (e.g. ''TokyoBabylon''), which has occasionally been toned down due to the [[ArtShift difficulty of animating]]. It's just closer to being in line with the rest of anime's skinny, skinny waifs. It also turns up in ''CodeGeass'', which is not terribly surprising, considering its characters were designed by CLAMP.
10th Mar '16 4:47:55 AM Morgenthaler
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* SaladFingers.

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* SaladFingers.WebAnimation/SaladFingers.
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