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Just give me a paper bag for her head. The rest is ok.
datavore said:
Just give me a paper bag for her head. The rest is ok.
Why?, she's fine the way she is.
I'm cool with most monster girls but with some such as this one and slimes I just can't get over the fact that they would not be physically and biologically possible

In this case an eyeball that size would take up like half of her skull, leaving almost no room for a brain.
Kawaiideath said:
I'm cool with most monster girls but with some such as this one and slimes I just can't get over the fact that they would not be physically and biologically possible

In this case an eyeball that size would take up like half of her skull, leaving almost no room for a brain.
isn't that true for all anime/manga style characters though?
Azarel said:
isn't that true for all anime/manga style characters though?
In my perception the reason why stylized anime/cartoon characters work is because they refer to things and concepts we're all familiar with (real people, animals, trees, etc). Because of this we can automatically make sense of an illustration even if they have things that are not completely true to 'reality' such as a pink sky, a full color-spectrum of natural hair colours and features that aren't true to reality (such as eye sizes).

The issue with for example cyclopses is just that I cannot see the idea of a cyclops (atleast with an eye roughly this size. It is also very large compared to the other characters in the series, mind you) work in real-life due to reason in my previous comment thus limiting me from fully immersing into the media even if it is stylized/caricatured.

TL;DR It is not the illustration itself that is at 'fault' but rather my perception on the concept of a cyclops that keeps me from enjoying it as intended.
Isn't all this series just a deconstruction of japanese anime faces' design?
maybe the eye is closer to a convex shape rather than spherical? with the cornea acting like a fresnel lens.
that could account for both the extreme visual range and allow for the brain to still be in the head.