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ID: 86c83  No.152[Reply]

…well, I’ll be damned.
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ID: 90cf7  No.190

Speaking of rage I have SEEN someone lose their shit on facebook over this. Mostly due to how (according to her) it seems forced, shoehorned, hammered in at the last minute, etc…

ID: c6be9  No.191

>>190

I guess they didn’t see the creators saying they'd planned it out since Season 2, the interactions between Korra and Asami during Seasons 3 and 4, and the whole ‘Korra didn’t write to anyone but Asami during that three-year “vacation”’ thing in Season 4.

ID: a9393  No.195

>>191
Again, we're talking about the same kind of Special Olympians who can look at what complete shameless lesbians Vanille and Fang are together and screech "SISTERS, I TELL YOU! THEY ONLY SEE EACH OTHER AS SIIIIIIISTEEEEEEERRRRRS!!"

Hell, even better, these types of dipshits can watch Princess Bubblegum deeply sniff the shirt Marceline gave her, listen to "I'm Just Your Problem", AND eventually get confirmation from the lead writers of Adventure Time that PB and Marceline were in a relationship once at some point before the show begins, and they'll still wail about how depraved and deluded Bubbline shippers are–right before going off to write more Elsanna fanfics, no doubt.

ID: 3261c  No.197

>watch Princess Bubblegum deeply sniff the shirt

I always thought that was a 'sugar' reference.
Would have been way funnier(although, SaP inappropriate and overly obvious) if there was a 'sugar' stache afterwards.

ID: 2b4ad  No.198

It's been a while, I kinda missed this place.

>>190

While I don't have any sort of problem with them getting together, I am on the "it was poorly done" bandwagon. Probably not forced since it WAS hinted, but I think it was properly developed. But then again, this is my opinion and probably wanted a bit more out of ending.



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ID: 5be5c  No.102[Reply]

I miss cel animation.
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ID: 5be5c  No.131

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>>118

Things like that Macross bit you mentioned and the infamous ‘disappearing tables’ bit from G.I. Joe (see the attached GIF) are actually some of the ‘rough edges’ that I’m talking about.

Yeah, it’s awful-looking. It’s a sign of shoddy animation (or a lack of a budget), and it certainly detracts from the overall experience of watching a show/movie when you see such obvious ‘flaws’.

But to me, they’re also a bit endearing. A full-digital show/movie could just fix these issues after the fact (and anime does it all the time with DVD/BD upgrades), but with cel animation, all those mistakes are essentially permanent. Hasbro could conceivably go back to the masters and find ways to put those tables back into the animation or something, but it would take away a bit of the ‘charm’.

I’m not excusing bad animation with this, though. Cel or digital, bad animation deserves to be shat upon.

ID: 3612c  No.133

>>131

You couldn't even count the number of things that are wrong with that fucking sequence. The tables disappearing briefly is, like, the least fucked-up.

ID: 6b9e9  No.156

There appears to be at least 1 thing that I've not ever seen done correctly with digital.

That's the semitransparent super translucent special (brightening, then dimming) effect(Not even in Thundercats 2011).
Know what I mean? Like when they shoot lasers or charge up and you get that bright corona burning and dulling effect.

All the digital attempts look very platy, and the effect just doesn't carry.

"Cel animation is a finished product, but it does have a bit of that grit from the real medium it's based on."

Yeah, grit. As if it comes to life from the medium. As apposed to say, something 'flat' that was fabricated in a 'lab'.

I guess we can agree that although digital may be superior, it also caries that synthetic material(plastic, platy) feel with it(No carry over with 3D, cause that's kind of it's own thing). You get an authentic kind of feel with cel, and although that may not matter to some, it could be a deciding factor for others.

It could also have something to do with spacial perspective(depth?); digital tends to be broad(flat?), where cel tends to be focused, with beautiful panoramic scenes(in some animations) as apposed to digitals flat type/linear backgrounds. Maybe it's also because digital is too crisp at times.

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ID: c88dc  No.193

>>I miss cel animation.

You could always watch some Geronimo Stilton. It's traditionally-animated, you know!

…please don't ban me.

ID: 15e15  No.196

>>193

I like how that's a meme.



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