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3rd Mar 2016, 2:00 PM
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Guest 3rd Mar 2016, 7:15 PM edit delete reply
what could it beeeeeeeeee?!?
Macaroni 3rd Mar 2016, 7:53 PM edit delete reply
I want MOOOOORE!
rey 14th Jul 2016, 8:22 PM edit delete reply
as i read this i notice the differences between expression in lola's two sets of eyes more and more, and it seems like the top set of eyes is more expressive of lola's worriedness or fear, while the bottom set more or less stays neutral. do you draw her on purpose that way, or am i just reading into it?
Nobody 14th Jul 2016, 8:32 PM edit delete reply
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they are that way on purpose!
here's a c/p of when someone else asked about them:
"yep, lola's upper eyes constantly betray her inner thoughts and feelings.
to summarize, they work much more viscerally than the bottom pair. she can control them, but it’s like how you have to consciously think about breathing or your body just does its thing.
since i’m on that subject, our brains process faces a very specific way. you might notice that you have to look at lola’s face for longer or several times to figure out her Entire expression.
her upper eyes are meant to be visually registered as just eyebrows when initially looking at her face, unless they’re doing some really weird shit like popping in surprise.
in a regular conversation, where expressions and thoughts are constantly changing, it’s natural for most people talking with lola to process her upper eyes this way, and only look at her bottom eyes for social cues, so they generally don’t give much away to characters casually interacting with her.
as an audience with still panels to look at, though, they’re very useful to figuring out the thoughts and feelings of an otherwise deadpan & reticent individual!"