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Jul 21, 9:35 AM
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...cause they feel less anime-ish every year.

If you want to make a 3D-animation-film, go to Walt Disney and ask them.

I really miss the good old hand-drawn anime from the 80s and 90s. The artists had to have some serious skill to make smooth scenes, but the results were masterpieces. These craftsmen of the olden days are gone now, replaced by computer graphics.

Why do studios try so hard to make things look as 3D as possible these days?
What is it supposed to show?
That they have good graphic cards in their computers?
Apparently not even that.



 
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Jul 21, 1:06 PM
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cgi is probably cheaper than hand-drawn animations
 
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Jul 23, 8:38 PM
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I barely notice the cgi in this anime so it’s not really a big deal
 
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Jul 24, 3:51 AM
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It's made by the same studio as berserk 2016, expect nothing...
 
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Jul 24, 4:55 AM
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I noticed it while watching it, but it's not something that just turns me off from watching.
 
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Jul 24, 4:59 AM

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Anime is expensive to produce so they use CGI in order to cut the cost of production sometimes it works out other times not.

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Jul 24, 5:42 PM

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As far as CG in anime goes, this one is one of the least offensive. The real issue is that the animation budget in general seems pretty thin for this show. There are a lot of rough low framerate scenes, including even in the OP. It's a shame because this show otherwise has a very attractive art style that we rarely get to see nowadays. It feels more like those classic 80s and 90s anime of old with the darker color palette and actually adult lead.
kingcity20 said:
Oh for the love of
-_- nvm gotta love MAL
 
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Jul 26, 7:12 AM

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@AeolusT55 Which scenes are offending you so much because EVERY anime these days uses CGI and digital effects, at least in Cop Craft it's only used for mechanical animation like cars.
 
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Jul 29, 1:54 PM

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OmegaSiets said:
As far as CG in anime goes, this one is one of the least offensive.


Exactly. They are doing a good job by using light and shadow to make CG objects stand out as little as possible and use the saved budget for animation where it is indespensible.
 
Jul 30, 1:18 AM
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Just a guess but the Stuido is a small isn't it . So they may not have a big enough budget so they have no choice to use CG
 
Jul 30, 8:03 AM
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I m sorry but i didn t see any CG oO

Can you tell me when they used CG?
 
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Franck_Nicolas said:
I m sorry but i didn t see any CG oO

Can you tell me when they used CG?


If I have to guess then I think cars are CG.
 
Aug 3, 3:54 AM
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well if it s just the cars... but i don t think someone made a post about CG if it was only about cars
 
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They did a decent job in cgi effects on this anime though,
 
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Franck_Nicolas said:
well if it s just the cars... but i don t think someone made a post about CG if it was only about cars

Most objects are actually CG. That's why they are closing in on Kei's gun. They made a 'high' quality model since it used quite often same with the bottled up fairies. Some environments like Kei's living room are CG since they are reused again and again. Entire character models are also used especially with Tilarna. In episode 6 they are closing in on her eyes where it becomes really obvious.
 
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