#2: Not devil horns. Homestuck cosplay at a convention. It’s pretty common for cosplayers to get stared at by non-convention goers. Or hell, even convention goers stare at them, because it’s cosplay.
#6: Again, Homestuck cosplay. Again, getting stared at by a non-convention goer who in this case looks like a security guard at the convention.
Response to Does Chris Hemsworth Have A Confusing Face?:
Sometimes it amazes me how easily people are fooled by changes in lighting. To me he looks like Chris Hemsworth in every single image, but I’m also a professional artist and my eyes are more trained to recognize facial forms and shapes. Mostly the differences you’re seeing are the effects of light and shadows. In some images he’s in the bright flash of a camera, and in others he’s in the dim lighting of a room sans camera flash. In fact, any photographer can tell you all about the effects of lighting and how it can completely change the look of your model.
As someone who has trainedanumber of different species (including cats and dogs)Ican tell you that cats are no more difficult to train than dogs. People just usually don’t think of cats when they think of trick or agility animals so you rarely ever seeacat doing that kind of stuff. It doesn’t mean that they can’t.