If Hanako's scars looked like this...

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Re: If Hanako's scars looked like this...

Post by KeiichiO » Sat Apr 27, 2013 1:12 am

Jobriq wrote:I hear it burns in hell, too.
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Re: If Hanako's scars looked like this...

Post by Hisao&Hanako<3 » Sun Apr 28, 2013 2:31 am

It definitely does burn in Hell. So much, that your complete existence is consumed, in an undetermined length of time. Hopefully quickly.

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Re: If Hanako's scars looked like this...

Post by Seeker91 » Wed Jul 03, 2013 1:38 pm

Well, no I would not mind even if they looked like this.
Besides, these are quite severe cases, Hanako's scarring is much lighter. I have actually seen a burn victim with scarring vaguely similar to Hanako's. Just saying.
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Re: If Hanako's scars looked like this...

Post by Draganada » Thu Jul 04, 2013 7:11 am

I personally think the scars are drawn brilliantly. Having seen the various pictures posted throughout the thread, would anyone else agree that they're strikingly similar to Hanako's? Though I actually still dislike Hanako's art overall for its horrible inconsistency.
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Re: If Hanako's scars looked like this...

Post by Scyl » Thu Jul 04, 2013 7:54 pm

You need to take into account younger people heal better, so it's hard to say how it will look like in the end.

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Re: If Hanako's scars looked like this...

Post by simmr001 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 2:31 am

It also shows that hisao is becoming less shallow and looking past them. Shallow Hal style.

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Re: If Hanako's scars looked like this...

Post by Xanatos » Fri Jul 12, 2013 6:00 pm

simmr001 wrote:It also shows that hisao is becoming less shallow and looking past them. Shallow Hal style.
...No. Never compare any part of KS to that shit movie. It's not about becoming less shallow at all. It's about delivering fake sentimentality to fool the viewers into believing the movie has a moral while the movie is actually all about fat jokes.
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Re: If Hanako's scars looked like this...

Post by simmr001 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 6:43 pm

Xanatos wrote:
simmr001 wrote:It also shows that hisao is becoming less shallow and looking past them. Shallow Hal style.
...No. Never compare any part of KS to that shit movie. It's not about becoming less shallow at all. It's about delivering fake sentimentality to fool the viewers into believing the movie has a moral while the movie is actually all about fat jokes.
I know, but the analogy still holds weight, even if that movie caused kids to leave me psychological scars.

Better example would be appreciated so I can fix my analogy

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Re: If Hanako's scars looked like this...

Post by simmr001 » Fri Jul 12, 2013 6:43 pm

Xanatos wrote:
simmr001 wrote:It also shows that hisao is becoming less shallow and looking past them. Shallow Hal style.
...No. Never compare any part of KS to that shit movie. It's not about becoming less shallow at all. It's about delivering fake sentimentality to fool the viewers into believing the movie has a moral while the movie is actually all about fat jokes.
I know, but the analogy still holds weight, even if that movie caused kids to leave me psychological scars.

Better example would be appreciated so I can fix my analogy

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Re: If Hanako's scars looked like this...

Post by Xanatos » Fri Jul 12, 2013 7:00 pm

Maybe if all throughout Hanako's route, bacon puns were littered through the writing. Then it'd be a proper analogy. :lol: Why's an analogy needed? Hisao did good, screw comparisons. :lol:
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Re: If Hanako's scars looked like this...

Post by Jobriq » Sun Jul 14, 2013 9:52 pm

Xanatos wrote:Maybe if all throughout Hanako's route, bacon puns were littered through the writing. Then it'd be a proper analogy. :lol: Why's an analogy needed? Hisao did good, screw comparisons. :lol:
I never thought the bacon puns made that much sense :/
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Re: If Hanako's scars looked like this...

Post by Xanatos » Mon Jul 15, 2013 12:34 am

Jobriq wrote:
Xanatos wrote:Maybe if all throughout Hanako's route, bacon puns were littered through the writing. Then it'd be a proper analogy. :lol: Why's an analogy needed? Hisao did good, screw comparisons. :lol:
I never thought the bacon puns made that much sense :/
I got bacon toothpaste in the mail and thought of Hanako.
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Re: If Hanako's scars looked like this...

Post by YZQ » Mon Jul 15, 2013 12:41 am

What about fried chicken?
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Re: If Hanako's scars looked like this...

Post by Xanatos » Mon Jul 15, 2013 12:43 am

YZQ wrote:What about fried chicken?
Had some for di-...Oh god.
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Re: If Hanako's scars looked like this...

Post by YZQ » Mon Jul 15, 2013 1:44 am

On a more serious note, Hanako visiting Tokyo and straying into the part of town where alternate bands play...
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