Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Realism Doesn't Mean Better #2 - Realism vs Fantasy

A board based off actual study.
This one is based of Canines Wolves/Dogs/Foxes/etc.

Feedback for asking for something is great! But not if it's about limiting something that other fans would love.
Feedback asking for more is good. Feedback by limiting and taking things out can be bad.

More is addition. Those who hates whatever that's added doesn't have to like it and can skip it.
But less if force.

So more on this: When you are trying to imitate 'realism', your mind can get into much limited things. Much of the creative possibilities are blocked because your imitation of 'realism' is not allowing you to do so.
If you were open about fantasy (Secretly another kind of real somewhere if you know what I mean) such as personification/anthropomorphism freedom, then those new creative ideas would not be blocked.
Thus, proving that less-realism is more or probably, can be most of the time.

Some realism things can work, but if everything was like it. It may die or at the very lease: Much of the stuff we loved now would not exist. Video games such as Donkey Kong Country, Banjo Kazooie, and more would be different, including TV Shows such as Spongebob Squarepants, Looney Tunes, etc, and Movies such as Bolt, Alpha and Omega, All Dogs Go to Heaven, etc.

"But haters hate personification!"
Yep, some do but that doesn't mean we should listen to them and let them get what they want. They have the choice to stop picking others. Blame the bully, not the victim's freedom of expression or the victim him/herself.