History OffModel / VideoGames

27th Sep '17 10:50:11 AM trulymadmoves
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** Princess Aurora of ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' is easily the most noticeable example, with the color of her dress and shape of her face leaving her nearly unrecognizable. Other characters who go un-voiced in the first game--such as [[Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs Snow White]], Disney/{{Cinderella}} and her fairy godmother, and [[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast Belle]]--are similarly designed without quite as much meticulous attention. By each characters' second appearance--in ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'' in Belle's case and ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep'' for all the rest--they are given new, more accurate models, and the HD re-release of the first game used the upgraded models.
*** Ironically, Aurora's blue dress from the game is actually '''on model'' with her movie counterpart from which the game is based, but not with the more common Disney Princess franchise, where her dress is a garish pink instead.

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** Princess Aurora of ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' is easily the most noticeable example, with the color of her powder-blue dress and shape of her face TaremeEyes leaving her nearly unrecognizable. Other characters who go un-voiced in the first game--such as [[Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs Snow White]], Disney/{{Cinderella}} and her fairy godmother, and [[Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast Belle]]--are similarly designed without quite as much meticulous attention. By each characters' second appearance--in ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'' in Belle's case and ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep'' for all the rest--they are given new, more accurate models, and the HD re-release of the first game used the upgraded models.
*** ** Ironically, some characters are actually ''more'' on-model in this Square-Enix-produced series than they are in most Disney-made material. Aurora's blue dress from the game is actually '''on model'' with her movie counterpart from which the game is based, but not with the more common Disney Princess franchise, where her dress is a garish blue as it is for the majority of the movie while most merchandise prefers the pink instead.dress, while Cinderella is a strawberry-blonde in a white dress instead of a golden-blonde in a blue dress.
12th Sep '17 4:14:23 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening''[='=]s character models have nearly nonexistent feet. However, this was a deliberate decision on the part of the developers due to animating issues as well as not knowing at the time whether the 3DS would be powerful enough to render fully detailed models.

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* ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening''[='=]s ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'':
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character models have nearly nonexistent feet. However, this was a deliberate decision on the part of the developers due to animating issues as well as not knowing at the time whether the 3DS would be powerful enough to render fully detailed models.


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** Some of the LoveConfession CG's also have problems. i.e: Laurent and Owain's eye color are changed, Basilio's EyepatchOfPower is in the wrong eye.
9th Sep '17 5:32:25 PM Pichu-kun
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** Due to palette probles, human sprites often have colors that don't match their artwork. Noticeable are Iris, the Sinnoh protagonists Dawn and Lucas, Silver, Volkner, and Shauna. Iris' skin-tone is quite darker in her artwork than it is in her sprites, the protagonists' hair is a navy blue in the artwork but bright blue in their sprites, Silver has red eyes into the intro but grey in his sprites and artwork, Volkner isn't quite as bright blond in his artwork (not the sandy blond his anime version has, but not the shade his sprite has), and Shauna's lighter in her model than in her artwork.

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** Due to palette probles, human sprites often have colors that don't match their artwork. Noticeable are Iris, the Sinnoh protagonists Dawn and Lucas, Silver, Volkner, and Shauna. Iris' skin-tone is quite darker in her artwork than it is in her sprites, the protagonists' hair is a navy blue in the artwork but bright blue in their sprites, Silver has red eyes into in the intro but grey in his sprites and artwork, Volkner isn't quite as bright blond in his artwork (not the sandy blond his anime version has, but not the shade his sprite has), and Shauna's lighter in her model than in her artwork.



** The protagonists' design in ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon1'' looks off-model to his artwork. Official art gives him a green hat, not a blue one, and switches his handkerchief the other way around. In all future appearances, his official design matches his sprite.

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** The protagonists' design in ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon1'' looks off-model to his artwork. Official art gives him a green hat, not a blue one, and switches his handkerchief the other way around. In all future appearances, his official design matches is changed to match his sprite.


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* ''VisualNovel/HigurashiWhenTheyCry'': The [=PS2=] remakes features a pretty blatant error at the end of ''Meakashi-hen'', where the CG for [[spoiler:Shion's corpse]] is drawn wearing the wrong set of clothes.
27th Aug '17 5:15:04 PM KandC
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* Similarly, the ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI'' strategy guide by Million Publishing is filled with off-model artworks of enemies, as the artist drew them based on their (mis)interpretations of the in-games sprites, rather than the official designs. For instance, [[https://zelda.gamepedia.com/File:TLoZ_Goriya_Blue_Artwork.png this]] is what Goriyas are supposed to look like. Unfortunately, the artist misinterpreted the moustache in [[https://zelda.gamepedia.com/File:TLoZ_Goriya_Blue_Sprite.png their sprite]] as a large gaping mouth, so he ended up drawing them [[http://zelda.gamepedia.com/Goriya#/media/File%3ATLoZ_Goriya_Blue_Million_Publications_Artwork.png like this...]]

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* Similarly, the ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI'' strategy guide by Million Publishing is filled with off-model artworks of enemies, as the artist drew them based on their (mis)interpretations of the in-games sprites, rather than the official designs. For instance, [[https://zelda.gamepedia.com/File:TLoZ_Goriya_Blue_Artwork.png this]] is what Goriyas are supposed to look like. Unfortunately, the artist misinterpreted the moustache in [[https://zelda.gamepedia.com/File:TLoZ_Goriya_Blue_Sprite.png their sprite]] as a large gaping mouth, so he ended up drawing them [[http://zelda.[[https://zelda.gamepedia.com/Goriya#/media/File%3ATLoZ_Goriya_Blue_Million_Publications_Artwork.com/File:TLoZ_Goriya_Blue_Million_Publications_Artwork.png like this...]]
27th Aug '17 5:14:05 PM KandC
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* Similarly, the ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI'' strategy guide by Million Publishing is filled with off-model artworks of enemies, as the artist drew them based on their (mis)interpretations of the in-games sprites, rather than the official designs. For instance, [[https://zelda.gamepedia.com/File:TLoZ_Goriya_Blue_Artwork.png this]] is what Goriyas are supposed to look like. Unfortunately, the artist misinterpreted the moustache in [[http://zeldawiki.org/File:GoriyaBlue.png their sprite]] as a large gaping mouth, so he ended up drawing them [[http://zelda.gamepedia.com/Goriya#/media/File%3ATLoZ_Goriya_Blue_Million_Publications_Artwork.png like this...]]

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* Similarly, the ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI'' strategy guide by Million Publishing is filled with off-model artworks of enemies, as the artist drew them based on their (mis)interpretations of the in-games sprites, rather than the official designs. For instance, [[https://zelda.gamepedia.com/File:TLoZ_Goriya_Blue_Artwork.png this]] is what Goriyas are supposed to look like. Unfortunately, the artist misinterpreted the moustache in [[http://zeldawiki.org/File:GoriyaBlue.[[https://zelda.gamepedia.com/File:TLoZ_Goriya_Blue_Sprite.png their sprite]] as a large gaping mouth, so he ended up drawing them [[http://zelda.gamepedia.com/Goriya#/media/File%3ATLoZ_Goriya_Blue_Million_Publications_Artwork.png like this...]]
27th Aug '17 5:13:22 PM KandC
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* Similarly, the ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI'' strategy guide by Million Publishing is filled with off-model artworks of enemies, as the artist drew them based on their (mis)interpretations of the in-games sprites, rather than the official designs. For instance, [[http://zeldawiki.org/File:Goriya2.png this]] is what Goriyas are supposed to look like. Unfortunately, the artist misinterpreted the moustache in [[http://zeldawiki.org/File:GoriyaBlue.png their sprite]] as a large gaping mouth, so he ended up drawing them [[http://zelda.gamepedia.com/Goriya#/media/File%3ATLoZ_Goriya_Blue_Million_Publications_Artwork.png like this...]]

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* Similarly, the ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaI'' strategy guide by Million Publishing is filled with off-model artworks of enemies, as the artist drew them based on their (mis)interpretations of the in-games sprites, rather than the official designs. For instance, [[http://zeldawiki.org/File:Goriya2.[[https://zelda.gamepedia.com/File:TLoZ_Goriya_Blue_Artwork.png this]] is what Goriyas are supposed to look like. Unfortunately, the artist misinterpreted the moustache in [[http://zeldawiki.org/File:GoriyaBlue.png their sprite]] as a large gaping mouth, so he ended up drawing them [[http://zelda.gamepedia.com/Goriya#/media/File%3ATLoZ_Goriya_Blue_Million_Publications_Artwork.png like this...]]
24th Aug '17 11:54:02 AM Dere
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** Knuckles suffers from this in the ''Sonic 3'' box arts outside of Japan. The American version depicts his eyes [[ConjoinedEyes conjoined]] like Sonic's, while the European one depicts him [[http://www.soniczone0.com/games/sonic3/backgroundinfo/full/s3-bginfo-detailsimg2full.jpg like this]]...

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** Knuckles suffers from this in the ''Sonic 3'' box arts outside of Japan. The American version depicts his eyes [[ConjoinedEyes conjoined]] like Sonic's, while the European one depicts him [[http://www.soniczone0.com/games/sonic3/backgroundinfo/full/s3-bginfo-detailsimg2full.com/games/sonic3/backgroundinfo/full/s3-bginfo-detailsimg1full.jpg like this]]...[[note]]Not that Sonic was much luckier in the latter[[/note]]
24th Aug '17 12:42:32 AM Technicolourtardis
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*** Ironically, Aurora's blue dress from the game is actually '''on model'' with her movie counterpart from which the game is based, but not with the more common Disney Princess franchise, where her dress is a garish pink instead.
19th Aug '17 4:55:35 PM Midna
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** In ''VideoGame/BlazBlueAlterMemory'', Makoto's appearance is slightly modified from her game design so that all of the stripes on her [[LittleBitBeastly squirrel tail]] are white, as opposed to alternating white and black. In certain scenes, the animators forget this and draw her with her game design, black stripes and all.
10th Aug '17 9:58:59 AM Midna
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** In ''Brawl'', Pikachu uses its old chubby design from Generations I and II that the main ''Pokémon'' games had long since abandoned. ''SSB4'' updates its appearance to the newer, sleeker look.
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