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Raven icon set as requested. Feel free to use them! No credit needed. All I did was crop screencaps and scale them down to 200x200 pixels.
I’ve only gone through a few webisodes for both Maddie and Raven icons, so there will probably be more in the future as well as other characters. If you have specific requests for other characters, scenes, or emotions, let me know.
So! Merry christmas lol
i made this for teatime-with-maddie
lol she asked for an maddie christmas icon so here ya go!!! haha
"I wish the EAH characters were native too their origins… Wonderlandians were British instead of default American. Briar was French instead of American. Apple German instead of once again American…"
I’d honestly rather have them be “American” than have cheesy fake accents. A lot of the time accents are too over the top in cartoons. If they were believable, then sure it would be cute, but accents can easily turn bad. Besides, just because their parents might have accents, doesn’t mean their children would if they moved from their native countries to live closer to the school.
I agree lets give them forgettable defualt American accents.
Cos you know diversity and respect to origins are so bad.
Haha, are there even any American fairy tales worth noticing?
I clearly said that believable accents would be good, but that often accents are done in a cheesy and over the top way which is the exact opposite of being respectful to the origins of the story. I would rather see a show from an American company and a Canadian animation studio use standard North American accents for the characters than have them go with accents that sound fake.
If the accents were done well and sounded authentic, then yes, it would be great to have them. I’m especially fond of the idea of the Wonderland characters having British accents since that is one of the few stories represented that has a very clear origin, versus many of the other fairy tales which have versions told throughout the world. Would Ashlynn’s origin be French with the Charles Perrault version of the story or German with the Brother’s Grimm version or something else entirely?
And as far as American fairy tales go, yes, there’s a little series of books about a land called Oz. Maybe you’ve heard of them? That’s not even mentioning the plethora of Native American folk tales, since you want to talk about diversity.