Every argument I've seen (or made) against you as regards perspective has acknowledged forced perspective. In fact, forced perspective is frequently brought up as an example of just how important proper perspective and sense of scale is in Disney's former design philosophy, something being abandoned in TSL. You are not speaking in good faith here.All the things you pointed out is getting a good go-of in TSL. Everywhere you look you'll see giant toys and games. Giant yard and fence. Giant coaster built by a young boy. This fits your criteria of properly themed.
The ones I've been arguing against add specific criteria: They say everything has to be perfectly scaled. Is that what Morocco does? Or does it use sliding scales for forced perspective?
They say you shouldn't be able to see out of the land (the top of Slinky issue). And yet, when you're in Morocco, aren't there places you can see out of it and into Future World?
They say that a 'bare' coaster is just so cheap that it just completely ruins everything. I don't have a Morocco parallel to this, but, the coaster is themed to a child's playset coaster. But that's not good enough.
TSL is not properly themed in their opinion because of these things.
It is properly themed in my opinion. Certainly not at the level of Potterlands or Pandora or SWL, but perfectly acceptable. But what I just said here is their jumping off point for saying that it's not good enough unless it hits the highest level in all criteria and anything less is pure carp and unacceptable. So, yes, they are making the point that it fails compared to perfection... which everything does because nothing is perfect.
And no, a bare coaster isn't good enough for the headliner of an expensive land that is half of an update fans have been waiting more than a decade for to fix a neglected, half-finished park. And mismatched, static statues and architecturally unadorned shacks with some painting on them are not Disney-level theming.
Saying that Adventureland or Frontierland are not E-Ticket lands is absurd. They most certainly are. The only comparisons for TSL are the various iterations of Mickey's Birthdayland, a Bug's Land (which is markedly better than TSL) - and the other TSLs around the world. Until Disney announced TSL for WDW, this board was pretty unanimous in their overwhelming disdain for those other TSLs. Funny how that changed.