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  • * I was just looking at Steve W's page about comics, from his London Cartoon Center days, which explains these terms -- IIRC briffit is the little gust of air near a character, plewd is the little drop of sweat that comes off a character's face, and agitron is the 'speed wobble' that indicates that something is moving...

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  • agitron – in comic art, agitrons are the wiggly lines around an object that is shaking, or in movement (Mort Walker ©)

    July 30, 2008