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If you're not interested in the game you can watch this bunny eat a raspberry:Read more >
A fun clip from Pixar about what goes on in the writers room or a storyboard meeting:
This is a good demonstration of how there's no set way for things to happen in fiction. The character can "produce a map" in a variety of ways, and each one has wide implications on the fictional physiology of the character, but in the end it's just writers and storyboarders picking a design or idea that they like best. The depiction on screen is not inherently related to "powers and abilities" the characters possess; it is only a depiction that the writers or storyboarders chose to present.Read more >
probably do over 95% of the hard work on the wiki between them. Thanks guys for all the hard work you put in.Read more >
The subject of underage users has popped up a lot in the chatroom lately. Wikia's official stance on the matter is that wiki admins are not tasked with enforcing this aspect of the Wikia Terms of Service but admins may enforce or report violations of the Terms of Service if they wish.
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This is a very serious matter.
Way back when, ponies used to .
Each style has its own use case. When the ponies are emoting like ponies, they should have pony anatomy and their elbows should be attached to their torsos. When the ponies are emoting like humans, they can have either pony anatomy or human anatomy. Trouble starts when the ponies are standing around like ponies and emoting like ponies, but they're given human anatomy. This leads to a .
Dangling elbows are especially prominent in fan art and there are even tutorials that teach this wrong anatomy. Thankfully there are tutorials that teach correct anatomy too.
Won't somebody think of the elbows!Read more >