I guess I’m doing another one? Because I spend too much time on Tumblr anyway.
apple going for the somewhat realistic interpretation, but those wings are just… wrong, and takes away from the rest of the image. 3/5
a friend. the innocent, humble friend that beesshould be portrayed as. i can overlook anatomical errors when it ends up being so damn friendly. 5/5
i appreciate the attempted art direction here, the top-down view is a unique twist, but mamma mia could someone at microsoft hold off from selecting the thickest black border available? 3/5
this bee is curious, inquisitive, and i’m sure they could warm up to being a good friend. 4/5
that’s one fat fucking bee. how does its small wings lift its fat body off the ground? i think this bee’s going to care about what we think is impossible. 2/5
this is a much more preferable interpretation of the top-down bee. reasonable line thickness, doesn’t look nearly as threatening. 4/5
similarly, this is acceptable. focuses more on gradients than flat colors, which i think is an interesting change of pace. 4/5
that’s a wasp. an aggressive, unpleasant wasp. that wasp is not my friend – it is a threat. and we shouldn’t be portraying bees as threats. 2/5
absolute adorable friendliness trumps technical anatomy. this bee is my best friend. 5/5
what the fuck is this shit
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