Oh, right. Forgot to check the description. Anyway, it seems like this rule is being broken somewhat often. A rough and inaccurate search for violations of this rule.
If the human is offscreen (i.e. not in the image) then the human is not in the picture and shouldn’t be tagged plain “human”. Same as “implied $CHARACTER” should not be tagged “$CHARACTER”. Methinks.
Because of species swaps, we don’t set species implications on characters. It looks to me like Silverlay has been drawn species swapped three times.
The other way round may explain why some cropped screencaps were tagged “solo;” they should actually have been tagged “solo focus.” No excuse for the petting uploads though.
This tag is to be used when there is only one character shown in the image. Note that disembodied or offscreen body parts make an image no longer solo__; use solo focus for such cases__.
@Knight of the Raven
Thanks for telling me about the “solo focus” tag. Perhaps the description of the solo tag should mention it? (Added part is underlined.)solo
This tag is to be used when there is only one character shown in the image. Note that disembodied or offscreen body parts make an image no longer solo__; use solo focus for such cases__.BTW it sounds like solo and solo focus are mutually exclusive. I just checked and there are 1221 images tagged both solo and solo focus at the same time.
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