The Black bead is a bead used in Imp Catcher quest. It is a drop from Imps and is returned to Wizard Mizgog in the Wizards' Tower along with White bead, Red bead and Yellow bead to finish the quest.
The Niche M227 VICE is a cast aluminum wheel from Niche. This wheel has a matte bronze black bead ring finish with a a one year warranty on the finish. There is a lifetime structural warranty on the M227 VICE.
The screen not only maximizes the actual image contrast, it enhances the perceived contrast as the screen appears black when in repose. Made for close-up viewing, its exceptionally detailed image looks more like a sparkling poster than a projection.
Could end up causing Only Six Faces or in some cases, the exact opposite. The only eyes to show up in a more detailed Stick-Figure Comic. Might be a way to add a touch of cuteness to the series. Sudden Eye Colour occurs when Art Evolution leads to a character with black bead eyes having colored eyes in later installments.
Comic Books Marrina from Alpha Flight has big black glassy eyes. Bunny vs. Monkey: Pretty much everyone in the comic has black dot eyes. Captain Marvel / Billy Batson in the Golden Age. Most everyone in Catstronauts has these. Waffles, however, has solid white eyes. Emmie And Friends has this style for all the characters, though eye colors are sometimes described. Graveyard Shakes: Little Ghost has little black dot eyes. Johan from Johan and Peewit, and The Smurfs and the Magic Flutenote But not in The Smurfs (1981) TV series. Kid Sherlock: Watson has little black dot eyes. A variant of this exists in Monty The Dinosaur. Monty's eyes are all black, but they're more like straight vertical lines than little dots. Sami The Samurai Squirrel: Every character in the comic has their eyes like this. Knives Chau from Scott Pilgrim, has giant black dots for eyes and unlike everyone else in the comic, lacks scalerae. Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman: Noelle Stevenson's cute art for "Wonder World" gives all the characters black dots as eyes. Most characters from Tintin are drawn with black dots for eyes. Yorick And Bones: This is the default character design for the characters of the comic. Though they become Black Dot Pupils when they get scared by seeing Yorick.
Literature Illustrator Nick Sharratt, well known for illustrating most of Jacqueline Wilson's books, draws his characters with black dot eyes. Tomie dePaola frequently drew his characters with dots for eyes, wit the most well-known examples including Bill and Peet and Strega Nona. Babar and his cast mates have eyes like these, in keeping with author Jean de Brunhoff's drawing style. Carson Crosses Canada: Most every character seen in the book has their eyes drawn in this manner. The only exception is the pair of glowing yellow eyes seen in the bushes one day early in the book. Practically all characters in Clifford the Big Red Dog have black dot eyes, with the giant version of the title character being the only exception. All of the characters in Curious George sport dot-like eyes in the original books, though they're given sclerae in the animated film to better express emotions. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Most characters have black dots eyes and are as simplistic stick figures which is fitting as they are supposed to be drawn by a 12 year old. Hurray for the Dorchester!: If not in the book, then at least on the cover, all the humans are drawn with black dot eyes. Max & the Midknights: All the male characters in the book have little black dot eyes, while all the girls in the book have black vertical line eyes. Possibly justified by the fact that it's in keeping with Lincoln Pierce's art style from the Big Nate series. The Mr. Men characters had large black dots for eyes in the original illustrations, but in later editions, they have smaller black dots, with other lines round them, perhaps to make their faces more expressive. Public School Superhero: Pretty much everyone in the book has their eyes drawn like this. Samurai Scarecrow: All the characters in the book have these. Stick Dog: Most humans in the books re drawn with little black dot eyes. Taro And Jiro The Sibling Engines: All of the human characters in the book and its sequel have their eyes drawn as little black dots. This is likely because all the humans are much smaller than the protagonists (who have their eyes drawn as Black Dot Pupils), so their faces can't hold quite as much detail. Welcome To Wonderland: Pretty much every character has their eyes drawn like this. Most of the characters in Winnie the Pooh were drawn with ink dots for eyes. In the animated adaptations, most of the stuffed animal characters (except Eeyore, for some reason) retain these eyes (though Tigger has a white "mask" on his face that doubles as sclera), while the "live" characters (Owl, Rabbit, and Gopher) are given realistic eyes. Zigzagged in the case of Christopher Robin. In the books and most of the animated movies and TV shows, he has Skin Tone Sclerae, but in the 2011 movie, his sclerae are white.
Live-Action TV Glass black dots were used for the Legends and Lore Duck puppet, Bluebird puppet and the Bee puppet from "Baby's First Sounds" on Series/Baby Einstein. Bananas in Pajamas: All the characters on the show had glass dots as the eyes on the actors' costumes. Land O'Hands: The puppets all used black dot glass eyes for their designs.
Puppet Shows Between the Lions: Some characters including Click and Announcer Bunny have these kind of eyes. The Muppets: Dr. Julius Strangepork has such eyes of this type. In her first appearance (the "Escape to Beneath the Planet of the Pigs" in The Muppet Show: Sex and Violence), Miss Piggy had beady eyes, though her design was modified once production of The Muppet Show proper began. In the Jim Henson's Play-Along video series, a pair of Muppet characters named Kai-Lee and P.J. are designed with beady eyes.
Toys Every LEGO minifigure had simplistic eyes that were merely featureless black dots, to go along with the minimalistic design of the figures. Minifigures from mid-2000s onwards had smaller white dots within to create more reflective-looking eyes. Several characters in Tamagotchi, primarily ones that were introduced in the original 90's toys, have little black dots or lines for eyes. Series Mascot Mametchi was depicted in his LCD form with lines for eyes even after he was updated to have more detailed, oval-shaped eyes in official artwork, though later releases have since corrected this.
Web Animation Due to the simplistic artstyle of asdfmovie, every character has these save for a few close up reaction shots when their eyes are much more detailed (and veiny). Object shows are quite fond of this trope; however, some newer ones do have characters with human-like eyes, especially those that feature algebraliens. A notable example is BFB - the fourth season of Battle for Dream Island - whose host, Four, has more realistic eyes. Joel from Bonus Stage had these up until his final art design. The first few characters introduced (except Elly, who had Eye Glasses) also had black eyes, but of differing shapes. Brain POP: The human characters and animal characters all have black dots for eyes due to the simplistic artstyle of the website. The Champions (2018) has inconsistent eye designs for their characters. Whereas ones like Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Thomas Müller and Jurgen Klopp have eye whites, others, like Philippe Coutinho, Diego Simeone, Kevin De Bruyne and most notably Christian Pulisic have black beaded eyes. DSBT InsaniT: From the main characters, there is Balloon, Duck, and Snake. Its worth noting all of them are kid characters. Tom, from Eddsworld has black dot eyes. At times it's suggested that he doesn't actually have eyes, just eye sockets. Everyone depicted in Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures are drawn with dark blue dots for eyes, with eyelashes drawn on the women. The only exception is Geoff Ramsey, who's drawn with large hooded eyes with visible sclera. In the Sock Series, The titular hamster Sock, the smoking demon and the humans have eyes like this. Sock's owner have similar eyes but are more line shaped. Gaeous the god of dirt appears to have these but close-ups shows that he have holes instead of eyes.
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