|Marlon Brawndo - 2020-06-02 |
The answer is to have Old Toucan Sam show up in the cartoon commercials with New Toucan Sam Jr. and introduce them as father and son. They can bond over their shared love of Fruit Loops and their dedication to being the embodiment of Fruit Loops.
Toucan Sam Sr will go on rants about chemtrails, the New World Order and be a huge Alex Jones fan.
Toucan Sam Jr. will express himself through finger snaps, go on about how words are violence and capitalism is a disease. He will also decide to get a nose piercing, which will actually use only Fruit Loops.
|Old_Zircon - 2020-06-02 |
Obviously I don't have emotional investment in a cereal mascot like this guy does, but why is its beak sticking out of the side of its head?
The used to show the old design looks like shit too, because it's a damn sugar bird.
|SolRo - 2020-06-02 |
Corporate cartoon mascots resemble the popular style of kids cartoons of their time periods. Right now the most popular kids cartoons use the “calarts” style. It’s purely market-tested corporate synergy bullshit. If you’re too old to be consuming sugar cereal then your opinion is irrelevant.
Giving a shit about this is sad but fuck you I'll eat sugary cereal every day if I want to
The adult stoner market is minuscule compared to children. But also overlaps in cartoon watching habits.
|cognitivedissonance - 2020-06-02 |
they liked calarts style until lesbians started using it
Not just any lesbians! Lesbians WITH UNNATURALLY COLORED HAIR AND LOOSE COMFORTABLE CLOTHING!!
|Born in the RSR - 2020-06-03 |
When did ineternet deebs jump the shark?
|Nominal - 2020-06-03 |
It's horrendous even by calarts standards. Gravity Falls it aint.
|BHWW - 2020-06-03 |
It's not so much guys like this sperging over it, so much as it is people tired of designs like this becoming the norm in so many places, animation, illustration, be it the so-called "CalArts" style or the other, more disturbing, "Humans of Flat" design you see everywhere now, all of those ugly figures drawn in a flat, minimal style, with skin in a bright, pastel blue, pink, or green, and gangly, disproportionately large arms and legs, an often egregiously ugly cartoonification of people, a grotesque form of marketing propaganda that illustrates people in a manner akin dehumanized ice cream cones.
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