I'm not sure even that would count, on a closer look. It's really on the same level as Ambidextrous Sprite
, which assumes the character doesn't really
use both hands. I'd make the same assumption for 3D models with that limitation.
Actually, that seems like a contradiction in the description. It automatically assumes an Ambidextrous Sprite
doesn't actually represent the character in full truth because it's something technical limitations prevent showing, but doesn't extend the same assumption to 3D characters.
My current opinion is that cutting is the best choice of action or recreating it as a supertrope for "left-or-right-handedness means something" type tropes (The Southpaw
, A Sinister Clue
, The Killer Was Left-Handed
, Ambidextrous Sprite
The latter could include some examples that don't fit in the subtropes, but never examples that doesn't use it as a trope, which is what this page currently is (generally).
edited 9th Aug '12 2:32:39 AM by AnotherDuck