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Old 05-16-2019, 12:59 PM   #2395
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I know what you mean about the 3D stuff. Attack on Titan has a bit of that and its hit or miss for me. There are times when I think it nicely adds a bit of depth to a scene, and there are others where it just feels like clashing art styles.
It's not that I mind the 3D art. It's that they use it instead of doing actual good animation. One reason I love Akira so much is the amazing visual craftsmanship in it. There's not a frame that wasn't lovingly filled with detail. If you have to pump out a bunch of episodes cheap, 3D helps. If you have to make a blockbuster that's obviously 3D animated, go for it. If you want to make a 2D animated movie, do it right. Do it by hand, frame by frame, on cells or 2D computer. Just draw it.
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