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Field guide to rage faces

Posted on Monday, March 12 2012 @ 14:36:55 CET by


ARS Technica has created a guide about "rage faces", a form of comics that is becoming increasingly ubiquitous on the Internet. You can read up on the rage faces, over here.
The first rage faces appeared in comics on 4chan around the middle of 2007. Though the original number of characters was small, they carried the undeniable traits of rage faces as we recognize them today. Comics were short (typically a few panels long) and featured simple plotlines involving only a handful of characters. The artwork was often amateur, but the primary focus was always on creating faces that showed a recognizable emotion (as the name implies, this was typically rage) rather than on the quality of the artwork itself. The poorly drawn, expressive faces not only made the comics funnier, they communicated the characters' feelings in an easily understandable way...




 



 

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