In school today, one of my classmates (a freshman) brought up a really good point about when someone is transforming in an anime,whether it be into a magical girl or whatever. When a character transforms in an anime,we are shown a glistening white body figure usually surrounded by sparkles or some weird pink girly background (usually accompanied by magical music), but is that what the characters (not tranforming) see? Do they see a white figure floating and twirling around transforming into something,usually kawaii (or disturbing in Kore wa zombie desu ka?’s case) or do they see the person transforming nude,seeing how after some transformations run out the characters either nude or wearing what they were before. If you think about it, the white figure can be seen as a censorship because kids watch anime too (example Sailormoon transforming in front of tuxedo mask). In all reality it doesn’t matter but,isn’t it fun to think about? What do you think is seen?
“This is parkour. Internet sensation of 2004. And it was in one of the Bond films. It’s pretty impressive. The goal is to get from point A to point B as creatively as possible so technically they are doing parkour, as long as point A is delusion and point B is the hospital.”
Atleast some understands what im trying to say -3- Thanks
No one has ever attacked me from using a GIF because usually people post them for them and others to use.If she wanted ownership of them she could have put a watermark or something or not post them at all so no one can use em. Id delete them but since no one else is being harassed for using GIFs, im not.
Im not trying to be mean, I just think this entire thing is dumb.
Its not like the makers of the anime are getting made at her for using their anime to make GIFs, are they?
Dats not very nice Q. Q