You actually think this is good? How stupid are you.
If you really want to see some good God-Tier color coordination, I suggest you watch One Punch Man.
What the fuck does this even mean?
I like all the colors
I feel like modern anime creators don't care much about colors anymore.
Back int the days, they had to really choose the right color or else everything won't fit well.
Right now they can just slap digital filters on it.
Also digital color grading make the palette looks too monotonic.
Is that from the recap movie? Looks comfy desu.
First recap movie. Don't expect anything else, except that shot there is only one new (and irrelevant) scene and Franz's guts.
Another thing that modern anime is really bad at is shadow.
Most of the time, the shadow's color is just the darker less saturated version of the lit area.
Shit like these >>135581415 >>135581493 >>135581604 look so fucking bland becuase there's not enough hue shift
Studio Pablo could save anime's art direction but they like working on bad show too much.
>claims others have shit taste
even more irony
>look so fucking bland
I don't even like SNK but even I find that the bland coloration actually fits its bleak world, so it's actually one of the rare exceptions where I don't mind it.
No fucking shit, it's the best modern anime series of all time
My personal favorite is color sceme from Comix Wave studio, pic related.
But, almost all studio (especially the giants) nowadays has god-tier color coordination if they serious enough.
Probably just me, but I just hate the new Madhouse color scheme post MAPPA. dunno, but now it's look dull and dated.
>tfw the lighting is dynamic and makes stitches look like shit.
Yeah, I can see your thought.
I also dislike Madhouse's coloring right now, don't know why.
I don't really like PA works' coloring too, it just seems bland in my eyes. NagiAsu has nice coloring, though I didn't watch it fully because of muh melodrama.
Yes. The traditional color scheme (such as when one paints), green and red are considered complementary colors. Notice how red and green had been used to immediately give us a sense that the old building had been abandoned, derelict, corroded.
>Notice how red and green had been used to immediately give us a sense that the old building had been abandoned, derelict, corroded.
What? You mean the green/greyish building on the foreground is in contrast to the overwhelming green background with a few red spots, and from this you get that the building on the foreground is abandoned, derelict, corroded?
Honestly, cel animation did colors better.
This movie was one of the best looking animes Ive ever seen.
No thank you!
End of Evangelion is pretty amazing artistically
I always thought the colors were really cool when Kyon and Haruhi were in the closed space.
Kara no Kyoukai is a goldmine of colour design.
You're right, that image is cherry-picking very hard.
This is much better.
The clashing blue of the night sky, mixed with the yellow-orange of the apartment lights: both are extremely exaggerated, and yet both do their job. The lighting creates a surreal setting, which is perfect for the air of mystery that is carried by both the initial confrontation between Araya and Shiki.
The sheer appeal of the lighting is continued in the rest of that scene, with the contrasting colors meeting on opposite sides of Araya’s ominous body. A brilliant dichotomy between red and blue.
It isn't that anon's fault you have questionable taste.
>there will never be another anime movie with color design and shot composition this good
Why even live?
Colour design and shot composition a 2 year old could come up with is really the pinnacle of today's animation. Thank you for gracing us with your brilliance, blur effects and colour filters, ufotable.
>we now live in an age where it's okay to shitpost about the pupil of Satoshi Kon
go back to wherever you came from
How has no one posted Tatami Galaxy yet?
Kara no Kyoukai had really effective color palette usage, from the recurring eerie green and red motif to the “eye of death perception”‘s multi-colored glow.
Note how they use warm hues in KnK2 to signify the glows of homes in this cold scene. Very well-done.
It really takes a brilliant visionary mind to come up with the idea of imitating real life. It's uncanny how nobody has come up with such creativity before.
I just finished this series and I´m currently too lazy to take specific screens. But Kara no Kyoukai used color to great effect. The abandoned cityscapes alongside the moody coloration which provided high contrasts as well as a overall cohesive design, in addition i noticed the coloration to convey specific emotions, but the overall feeling was portrayed with these colors was something truly memorable.
The message of the finale was not clear cut but, powerful nonetheless. I can't wait to see the Epilogue and some of the OVA's. The Shiki vs Rio was a perfect reflection on Morals of Humanity. There are no threads up but, I'll make one later.
That shot in particular was great, really loved the final scene in Movie 2.
>There are no threads up but, I'll make one later.
There was sort of one that was up a few hours ago >>135574673