History Main / PieEyed

20th Aug '16 7:22:37 AM BulletproofLlama
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Another variation is Crescent Moon Pupils, where the characters are drawn with [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin pupils shaped like crescent moons]].


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* In the first season of ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDragonJakeLong'', nearly all the characters are drawn with these.
1st Mar '16 8:20:00 PM MsChibi
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'' ShowWithinAShow ''Meet the Fatheads,'' a [[ScoutOut Girl Scout]] approaches Mr. Fathead to sell him some cookies. She is drawn in this fashion, and when he eats her and she's "rescued" by his wife, her pupils are dilated.
18th Feb '16 11:59:10 AM LadyJafaria
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* In the VideoGame/LegoAdaptationGame series, minifigs evolved from having BlackBeadEyes in the earliest games to being PieEyed in the later ones (as well as designing such a variety of minifigs that some averted this trope and had unique eyes.)
16th Feb '16 11:24:35 AM CrystalGlacia
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During [[TheSilentAgeOfAnimation the 1920s]] and going into the [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1930s]], animated characters were sometimes drawn with eyes or pupils that were black and circular, but shaped like a pie that's had one slice removed from it, with the missing slice being an oversimplified representation of a radial light reflection. It is remembered today as one of the most iconic features of the InkblotCartoonStyle. Pie-eyes were widespread until around the time color became the standard for most cartoons in the early 1940s, by which time the InkblotCartoonStyle had fallen out of favor, and WesternAnimation as a whole had undergone significant ArtEvolution. The style sometimes appeared in comics as well, particularly the Disney ones, and others based on characters that first appeared in animation.

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During [[TheSilentAgeOfAnimation [[UsefulNotes/TheSilentAgeOfAnimation the 1920s]] and going into the [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1930s]], animated characters were sometimes drawn with eyes or pupils that were black and circular, but shaped like a pie that's had one slice removed from it, with the missing slice being an oversimplified representation of a radial light reflection. It is remembered today as one of the most iconic features of the InkblotCartoonStyle. Pie-eyes were widespread until around the time color became the standard for most cartoons in the early 1940s, by which time the InkblotCartoonStyle had fallen out of favor, and WesternAnimation as a whole had undergone significant ArtEvolution. The style sometimes appeared in comics as well, particularly the Disney ones, and others based on characters that first appeared in animation.
7th Feb '16 3:29:02 PM nombretomado
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During [[TheSilentAgeOfAnimation the 1920s]] and going into the [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1930s]], animated characters were sometimes drawn with eyes or pupils that were black and circular, but shaped like a pie that's had one slice removed from it, with the missing slice being an oversimplified representation of a radial light reflection. It is remembered today as one of the most iconic features of the InkblotCartoonStyle. Pie-eyes were widespread until around the time color became the standard for most cartoons in the early 1940s, by which time the InkblotCartoonStyle had fallen out of favor, and WesternAnimation as a whole had undergone significant ArtEvolution. The style sometimes appeared in comics as well, particularly the Disney ones, and others based on characters that first appeared in animation.

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During [[TheSilentAgeOfAnimation the 1920s]] and going into the [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1930s]], animated characters were sometimes drawn with eyes or pupils that were black and circular, but shaped like a pie that's had one slice removed from it, with the missing slice being an oversimplified representation of a radial light reflection. It is remembered today as one of the most iconic features of the InkblotCartoonStyle. Pie-eyes were widespread until around the time color became the standard for most cartoons in the early 1940s, by which time the InkblotCartoonStyle had fallen out of favor, and WesternAnimation as a whole had undergone significant ArtEvolution. The style sometimes appeared in comics as well, particularly the Disney ones, and others based on characters that first appeared in animation.
5th Feb '16 8:59:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* The animated segment in ''JohnnyDangerously'' uses them, as it's done in a 1930s art style.

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* The animated segment in ''JohnnyDangerously'' ''Film/JohnnyDangerously'' uses them, as it's done in a 1930s art style.
26th Nov '15 8:22:47 AM KoopaKid17
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* Mascot example: The Cleveland Indians' [[http://www.imperfectenjoyment.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/chief-wahoo.jpg Chief Wahoo]], whose design has undergone slight revisions since its 1951 introduction, has always been pie-eyed.

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* Mascot example: The Cleveland Indians' [[http://www.imperfectenjoyment.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/chief-wahoo.jpg [[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/5/52/Cleveland_Indians_logo.svg/791px-Cleveland_Indians_logo.svg.png Chief Wahoo]], whose design has undergone slight revisions since its 1951 introduction, has always been pie-eyed.
18th Oct '15 4:49:40 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/PowerpuffGirls'' episode "Silent Treatment", the girls gain these when they get trapped inside a silent cartoon.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/PowerpuffGirls'' ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' episode "Silent Treatment", the girls gain these when they get trapped inside a silent cartoon.
9th Oct '15 4:20:24 PM DoktorvonEurotrash
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* [[Webcomic/TheCartoonChroniclesOfConroyCat Doggy D. Dachshund]], whose shtick is being JadedWashout from the appropriate era, has these.

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* [[Webcomic/TheCartoonChroniclesOfConroyCat Doggy D. Dachshund]], Dachshund in Webcomic/TheCartoonChroniclesOfConroyCat, whose shtick is being a JadedWashout from the appropriate era, has these.


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* In ''Film/TheLorax'', the cartoony version of the Once-ler depicted on advertising banners has pupils like this.
23rd Aug '15 3:53:08 PM Patrick785
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* The Japanese version of ''Videogames/CrashBandicoot'' had characters with these eyes.
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