If you consume a lot of meat in the app, you will be represented by a pig.
Edit: now you'll instead be a consumer of meat – a lion.
almost 2 years ago
LOL. Nice nudge to stop using animal products.
Pigs eat meat out of necessity and since they don't have the level of moral judgement that humans have. So why would you insult one by comparing him to a human who has moral judgement and out of pure selfishness chooses to consume animal products?
Also, why does it have to be "a lot of meat"? Any meat / animal product consumed without necessity is immoral, quantity doesn't change much.
If you rape 1 woman or 20 women, sure one is worse than the other but isn't a single rape bad enough to make that man a criminal and deserving of scorn?
@Edward Sanchez In the case of the pig & the fish, it's "you are what you eat", while the squirrel and the hare represent what they eat. A little confusing perhaps. Wasn't meant as an insult to the pig.
If you eat some meat, only part of your character will be represented by the big, forming a combined character.
@Edward Sanchez Yep, rapes of all kind deserve scorn. Especially when someone rapes a totally innocent dribbble shot.
Sorry, only saw the other shots after my comment.
Yes, definitely confusing point.
I'd say, make vegans be represented by a variety of plant-based foods, not a hare or a squirrel.
Or represent carnists who eat land animals by a lion/tiger and carnists who eat a lot of fishes by a shark.
@Edward Sanchez Changing it to a lion and shark is probably a good idea, for consistency. I'll see what I can do.
@Edward Sanchez See attached for the replacement! A lion.
The Pig isn't folding along with the folds. It's standing upright :)
Sweet! And Pranav is right, they need to fold with the folds.
The lion's body looks really weird to me. I think the arms need to be longer.
@Andrey Grabarchuk The arms were made short to not go into the bottom fold. If I had more time I would have drawn them… differently :)
@Pranav Pramod Yep, caught me there – I made no distortion to the characters.
+1, good work Max!
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