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My Worst Fear

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Losing control of my characters and getting turned into computer-generated freaks is poison to any cartoonist.

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I find it funny that I think both look good... Obviously they give off different vibes tho. The one on the right could totally work in its own way (at least in the style presented... definitely not in cgi, eugh, fuck no), but obviously the vibe you want for the character is the one on the left.
Maybe that's just me tho. The one on the right would fit perfectly in a 2d trippy-horror-themed, alice-in-wonderland-wannabe flash game, which I dig if done right

Worst part is, you could have a beautifully animated 3D model of the cartoonish version of that character. It'd be beautiful, cost effective and would work great, but it wouldn't be considered appealing to the mass-market, not generic enough.

In nay case, I know it's supposed to be a critique but both version look fun in their own way. Even the pixar-eyed abomination you drew is too cartoony to be as creepy as the mascots blandified into unsettling CG.

Listen I get 2d takes longer, and thus is pricier but... it always ages better. Always.

One has to wonder what was going on in the minds of Sega when they first saw Sonics new design. I would not want to have been in that room.

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