Re: Descriptive clarification - (Tue May 9 10:41:30 2000
I don't think warped faces can be called "SD"-- maybe they should just say deformed??. I take SD to mean extremely exaggerated proportions-- huge head, tiny body-- like all those SD Gundam BB toys. Usually something is called SD if there is a "regular", more realistic version of it. And just having a big head doesn't really count, since many "normal" characters already have somewhat oversized heads. SDs should be WAY oversized. Chibi is not totally synonymous with SD either since it is used to mean other things, like Chibi Moon or the Chibi Totoro, which are not "super-deformed". I think chibi just means "small" with endearing or childlike qualities implied (cute and small). Is this helpful?
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