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16th Nov '16 6:15:49 AM ashlay
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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': The plaid pattern on the male high school uniforms remain fixed no matter how much their wearers move around in the opening animation.
6th Nov '16 7:21:28 PM rjd1922
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* Stan the [[HonestJohnsDealership Salesman]] from the ''VideoGame/MonkeyIsland'' games, pictured above, incorporates an Unmoving Plaid jacket in his outfit, deliberately, up to and including the series' 3D installments, as seen [[http://www.worldofmi.com/images/characters/mi4/stan-mi4-01.png here]]. And yes, it's even uglier in motion.

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* Stan the [[HonestJohnsDealership Salesman]] from the ''VideoGame/MonkeyIsland'' games, pictured above, incorporates an Unmoving Plaid jacket in his outfit, deliberately, up to and including the series' 3D installments, as seen [[http://www.[[https://web.archive.org/web/20150506114806/http://www.worldofmi.com/images/characters/mi4/stan-mi4-01.png here]]. And yes, it's even uglier in motion.



** And also the inside of [[spoiler: Sumireko]]'s cape in ''Urban Legend in Limbo''.

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** And also the inside of [[spoiler: Sumireko]]'s [[spoiler:Sumireko]]'s cape in ''Urban Legend in Limbo''.
19th Sep '16 3:01:08 AM haette
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**ALL "void"-themed spells make use of this effect, since they're meant to look like rifts in space.
21st Aug '16 9:23:36 PM Shishkahuben
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* [[PlayingWithFire Torkoal]] uses this in the ''VideoGames/Pokemon'' Generation 6 games. With smoke billowing from its shell, the effect is rendered ingame as a shifting blob of space with a roiling smoke texture imposed on top.

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* [[PlayingWithFire Torkoal]] uses this in the ''VideoGames/Pokemon'' ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' Generation 6 games. With smoke billowing from its shell, the effect is rendered ingame as a shifting blob of space with a roiling smoke texture imposed on top.
21st Aug '16 9:22:23 PM Shishkahuben
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* DCUniverseOnline has clothing with this effect with a star pattern, though it's a stylistic choice meant to show you're other worldly.

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* DCUniverseOnline has clothing with this effect with a star pattern, though it's a stylistic choice meant to show you're other worldly.otherworldly.
* [[PlayingWithFire Torkoal]] uses this in the ''VideoGames/Pokemon'' Generation 6 games. With smoke billowing from its shell, the effect is rendered ingame as a shifting blob of space with a roiling smoke texture imposed on top.
19th Aug '16 5:20:59 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''CheckerboardNightmare''.

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* ''CheckerboardNightmare''.''Webcomic/CheckerboardNightmare''.



* {{Tintin}}'s overcoat in the very early newspaper strips.

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* {{Tintin}}'s ComicBook/{{Tintin}}'s overcoat in the very early newspaper strips.
17th Aug '16 1:38:55 PM DougSMachina
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A subtrope of CheatedAngle. Oftentimes in cartoons if a character is wearing clothes with a complex pattern, e.g. plaid, the pattern on the clothing will retain the same orientation regardless of the positioning of the character. It's as if the clothing the character is wearing isn't so much patterned as it is a cloth-based wormhole to a similarly patterned universe, or that the character's clothing has had a static pattern overlaid on it through ChromaKey techniques. This phenomenon is known as Unmoving Plaid (or for those who like jargon, ''perspective incorrect texturing'').

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A subtrope of CheatedAngle. Oftentimes in cartoons if a character is wearing clothes with a complex pattern, e.g. plaid, such as plaid or tartan, the pattern on the clothing will retain the same orientation regardless of the positioning of the character. It's as if the clothing the character is wearing isn't so much patterned as it is a cloth-based wormhole to a similarly patterned universe, or that the character's clothing has had a static pattern overlaid on it through ChromaKey techniques. This phenomenon is known as Unmoving Plaid (or for those who like jargon, ''perspective incorrect texturing'').
25th Jul '16 7:42:09 PM Willbyr
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* Again, as expected from Creator/StudioShaft: the ''Manga/KoufukuGraffiti'' anime has several patterns, especially those on the characters' outfits.

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* Again, as expected from Creator/StudioShaft: the ''Manga/KoufukuGraffiti'' ''Manga/GourmetGirlGraffiti'' anime has several patterns, especially those on the characters' outfits.
16th Jul '16 3:49:08 PM nombretomado
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* Wes Weasley from ''AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' wears a suit like this. However, unlike most other examples, the pattern was drawn manually, so the effect [[SpecialEffectsFailure doesn't quite hold up]].

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* Wes Weasley from ''AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog'' wears a suit like this. However, unlike most other examples, the pattern was drawn manually, so the effect [[SpecialEffectsFailure doesn't quite hold up]].
9th Jul '16 11:52:14 AM PantaroP
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* Penn Zero, the title character of ''WesternAnimation/PennZeroPartTimeHero'' has a case of this with his hair. A quirk of the show's texture-emphasizing art style.
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