"multiple_images" tagged separately--adding it to the wiki

In category: Tag/Wiki Projects and Questions

Edit: Just realized that this belongs in the Advanced Wiki discussion thread. Could someone explain to me how to close this forum thread and transfer my questions? Is that a thing I can do?

Sorry if this has been asked before. Searching the forums is a lot harder than I thought.

I want to edit the wiki pages on multiple_scenes, multiple_images, and sketch_page.

From the wiki entry solo: "Note that each image in multi-image(sic) posts is tagged separately, which means that it's possible (for instance) to have both solo and duo tags on the same post."

This information is not repeated on multiple_images or multiple_scenes. I'd like to make sure I understand everything before adding it to the wiki.

As far as I know, posts like
2017 <3 <3_eyes angry apron avian basket bee_(sepia) bell_pepper bird chicken clothing cookie derp_eyes duo egg feral food fruit happy holding_object looking_at_viewer mammal multiple_poses mustelid neckerchief open_mouth open_smile pose sepia_(artist) simple_background smile solo_focus tomato vegetable weasel white_background yellow_sclera

Rating: Safe
Score: 6
User: imagoober
Date: July 26, 2017
are both solo and duo, because of the hen and the weasel interacting in the bottom right. That means that taggers need to split up or group the images even when there isn't a clear, convenient delineation like a border. Right?

For example, in

the two middle characters are facing each other and look like they're part of the same image. However, it's not clear enough to override the fact that this is obviously a showcase image, and so both characters get a solo tag. Right?

Also, does the (independent image) thing apply to every multiple_* tag? Includes poses, positions, scenes, versions, and sequence and sketch_page. Anything else?

Lastly, is there any tag specifically for multiple body types a la
I think alternate_species doesn't apply, since the character is canonically both a hippogryph and a seahorse. Anyway, is there a good tag for this? multiple_versions is not a good tag, probably. It's not multiple_images, since the images are clearly related. multiple_poses, perhaps?

Should all this information go in with the multiple_* wiki pages, or would it be better with solo, group, and so on? Are there any more examples I should incorporate? Edge cases? Old forum posts?

Thank you for your time.

Also, how does
2017 anthro canine disney ezumi_mh female fox fur gideon_grey hi_res judy_hopps lagomorph male mammal multiple_images nick_wilde rabbit sketch solo zootopia

Rating: Safe
Score: 6
User: Rysaerio-Misoery
Date: October 11, 2017
fit in? Is it a three part multi_image? Two parts? Something else? The overlay of parts is a little confusing.

Also, how do we tag comics and sequential images? Does each panel get a separate tag? Or do separate scenes count as separate images?
alakazam audino comic dialogue english_text female jen_(vf) lopunny male ms_paint nintendo pokémon pokémon_(species) pokémon_mystery_dungeon pokémon_victory_fire sulfurbunny_(artist) text video_games

Rating: Safe
Score: 3
User: zidanes123
Date: October 05, 2017
is all group, except for the first panel, which is none_pictured, and the fourth panel, which is duo. But it's all happening in the same scene, in the same place, so does it get one tag (group) for the entire page? That would make the most sense to me.

What about pages where the number of characters changes?
anthro audino comic dialogue duo english_text female food fruit fur gengar jen_(vf) looking_back male ms_paint nintendo pink_fur pokémon pokémon_(species) pokémon_victory_fire red_eyes sulfurbunny_(artist) text tree video_games

Rating: Safe
Score: 5
User: zidanes123
Date: September 26, 2017
is duo at the beginning, but solo at the end. Does this qualify as two different scenes with two different tags? One long scene that gets both tags? One scene that gets just duo?

What about pages with scene cuts?
alakazam anthro aromatisse audino clefairy comic dialogue english_text female fur gengar jen_(vf) magnemite male minus ms_paint nintendo pink_fur pokémon pokémon_(species) pokémon_mystery_dungeon pokémon_victory_fire red_eyes sulfurbunny_(artist) text video_games

Rating: Safe
Score: 2
User: zidanes123
Date: October 04, 2017
This is admittedly group all the way through, but you get the idea.

Also, how do I tag images with cutaway views, or closeups?

multiple_positions? multiple_images? Something more specific? It's fairly common and very distinctive, so I would imagine it would have a tag.

Edit: last one, I promise.
How do feral creatures in primarily anthro or humanoid works add to the character count? Do they have to be alive?
So would
battle_chasers clothing ear_piercing facial_piercing fish fishmonger hi_res knife male marine nose_piercing official_art piercing scar shark solo standing teeth

Rating: Safe
Score: 3
User: e17en
Date: October 11, 2017
count as solo or duo_focus group?
If dead ferals add to the character count, what are the guidelines for when a piece of meat counts or does not?

is clearly referring to Rarity, who is distinguished by a unique feature, her cutie mark. Should that be duo, because there's two characters, or solo, because only one character has agency?

Sorry for the comment dump. This is all related, but if it should have a separate forum thread, please let me know. This should be my last post.