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* HitSpark: When said punches aren't being covered up by the above trope, appears when they hit something.

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* FootBathTreatment

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* HurtFootHop


* AgonyOfTheFeet: Suffering injuries to one's feet.


* NoFlowInCGI: CGI works avoid using floating objects such as long hair or capes whenever possible because of such things being difficult to animate.

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* NoFlowInCGI: CGI works avoid using floating flowing objects such as long hair or capes whenever possible because of such things being difficult to animate.



* RogerRabbitEffect

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* RogerRabbitEffectRogerRabbitEffect: Animated characters interacting with live-action people.


* AccordionMan

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* AccordionManAccordionMan: Someone becomes flattened and folded into an accordion-like shape after being crushed by something. Actual accordion music playing when this happens is optional.



* AgonyOfTheFeet

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* AgonyOfTheFeetAgonyOfTheFeet: Suffering injuries to one's feet.



* AlternateTooniverse

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* AlternateTooniverseAlternateTooniverse: An alternate reality where everything's a cartoon.



* AnimatedActors

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* AnimatedActorsAnimatedActors: Fictional characters are portrayed as being actors on their show in-universe.



* AnimationBump

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* AnimationBumpAnimationBump: Periods where the animation shifts to a better quality.



* ArtisticLicenseBiology
* ArtisticLicenseGeography

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* ArtisticLicenseBiology
ArtisticLicenseBiology: The cartoon ignores how the human body functions in real life.
* ArtisticLicenseGeographyArtisticLicenseGeography: Inaccurate depictions of geography.



* BananaPeel
* BehindAStick
* BigBallOfViolence

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* BananaPeel
BananaPeel: Someone slips after stepping on a banana peel
* BehindAStick
BehindAStick: Someone manages to hide behind an object that's slimmer than they are.
* BigBallOfViolenceBigBallOfViolence: Characters who get into a quarrel become a ball of smoke with fists and feet repeatedly poking out.



* TheCameo

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* TheCameoTheCameo: A character or real life person makes a brief appearance.



* CelebrityToons

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* CelebrityToonsCelebrityToons: A cartoon starring a real life person who is either played by the real person or is merely a fictional representation of them.



* ComicBookAdaptation (often done, adapted from animated cartoons)

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* ComicBookAdaptation (often done, ComicBookAdaptation: Animated works have a tendency to be adapted from animated cartoons)into comic books.



* ComicBookTime
* ConspicuousCG
* ConspicuouslyLightPatch
* CreatorCameo

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* ComicBookTime
ComicBookTime: The amount of time that passes in-universe is much shorter than the time it takes for the series to continue in real life.
* ConspicuousCG
ConspicuousCG: A traditionally animated cartoon has elements that are blatantly made using 3D computer animation.
* ConspicuouslyLightPatch
ConspicuouslyLightPatch: A traditionally animated cartoon has the objects the characters interact with easily distinguishable from the parts of the background that remain stationary.
* CreatorCameoCreatorCameo: The work features an appearance by the creator or a character voiced by the creator.



* HitFlash
* IdeaBulb

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* HitFlash
HitFlash: The screen flashes during fight scenes to avoid actually depicting punches and such.
* IdeaBulbIdeaBulb: A lightbulb appears over a person's head to signify that they've come up with an idea.



* InkSuitActor

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* InkSuitActorInkSuitActor: An animated character who resembles their voice actor.



* LiveActionAdaptation
* LustfulMelt

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* LiveActionAdaptation
LiveActionAdaptation: A cartoon is adapted to live-action media.
* LustfulMeltLustfulMelt: Someone melts into a puddle after falling for someone else.



* MediumBlending

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* MediumBlendingMediumBlending: A cartoon that makes use of more than one type of animation.



* MotionlessChin

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* MotionlessChinMotionlessChin: An animated character's mouth moves independently of their chin.



* NarrativeShapeshifting

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* NarrativeShapeshiftingNarrativeShapeshifting: A character changes their appearance when trying to describe something.



* NoFlowInCGI
* NotQuiteStarring
* OcularGushers

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* NoFlowInCGI
NoFlowInCGI: CGI works avoid using floating objects such as long hair or capes whenever possible because of such things being difficult to animate.
* NotQuiteStarring
NotQuiteStarring: A work is billed as starring a celebrity, but the person in question is really an impersonator.
* OcularGushersOcularGushers: Crying floods of tears.



* OffModel

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* OffModelOffModel: Moments in a cartoon where a character has mistakes or inconsistencies in their physical appearance.



* RunningGag

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* RunningGagRunningGag: A joke that repeats throughout the series or even through the course of a single episode.



* TalkingToHimself

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* TalkingToHimselfTalkingToHimself: Two or more characters who interact with each other have the same voice actor.



* TertiarySexualCharacteristics

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* TertiarySexualCharacteristicsTertiarySexualCharacteristics: Females are distinguished from males by having eyelashes and wearing lipstick and/or bows.



* VocalEvolution
* VoicesAreMental
** VoicesAreNotMental

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* VocalEvolution
VocalEvolution: A character's voice changes in spite of still being voiced by the same actor.
* VoicesAreMental
VoicesAreMental: Characters who switch minds also exchange voices.
** VoicesAreNotMentalVoicesAreNotMental: Characters who switch minds retain the voices of whoever's body their minds are in.



* {{Rotoscoping}}

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* {{Rotoscoping}}{{Rotoscoping}}: Animation achieved by painting over frames of live-action footage.



* ThreeShorts (animation-specific episode format)

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* ThreeShorts (animation-specific ThreeShorts: A cartoon where every episode format)consists of three segments.

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* LimitedWardrobe

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* RecycledAnimation

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* EvilLivingFlames

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* PacingATrench

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