Well that was quick.
Do you not understand how great the animation is.
Fucking kids these days. I swear. First off its apparent to anyone who has watched a few sakuga scenes that the frame rate is much higher than general animation. Then theres so much more but its probably lost on you because you dont find the art style realistic enough.
>missing a meme
That's not how a meme works. Christ I hate this board sometimes, not everything is a fucking meme.
"Can we have a good animation thread?" [Posts poor animation]
This is called satire.
I know this was a movie and not just an action sequence from a 500+ episode show, but it still boggles my mind how something hand-drawn can still be so much technically better than nearly all the shit we see with CGI nowadays.
Holy fucking shit wrong webm
Because it has time and money put into it. This sort of shit really isn't cheap to do. Movie's and OVAs these days still have some of the nicest shit, but just lack the shading. It just simply cost too much and most studios can't afford that shit and can't take the risk to do it lest they go bankrupt if it flops
Anime movies of that quality don't come around that often, but it's not like they went extinct after the millennium. We got Steamboy and Redline in the first decade.
Muh pain is actually 10/10 animation, one of the best animation scenes in the last years. Of course, completely gone to waste because of the beyond retarded art style, which looks like a pile of shit. Still, the point stands, its a really well done animation.
Undetailed and looks out of place, but at least this one is passable.
The one where he punches ground when his face stops looking like human tooks the prize though.
naruto: a show about ninjas;
mercenary agents, highly trained in martial arts and stealth (ninjutsu) who were hired for covert purposes ranging from espionage to sabotage and assassination.
I found the KotH animation guide pretty interesting to go through. It's neat to see all the little details they pay attention to in order to keep it consistent looking.
He actually can. He, Minato and Haku are the only ones that can do one-handed seals.
You probably thought Sasuke was being a nice guy by not getting his arm back, but he really doesn't need it.
It's true, but you can also see there's a concept to the -acting-
All animation is prone to falling prey to this, but especially anime tends to default to common symbols and eschew more characterful and individual acting.
Minato was the most useful Hokage in the war. Also he's not the strongest because Hashirama powercreep but his sennin mode puts him on second place way above the rest easily.
Everything the second can do Minato does better. Problem is that he was kinda fucked over by Obito mindraping him all the time, then he lost his arms and shit.
Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honnêamise
Although it's not what your looking for since that's the only scene like that.
Hey i grew up watching the English/Danish dubs. It was my gateway animoe so i idealize it and remember it fondly the way i experienced and understood it the first time i saw it.
Watching this as a small kid in the 80s was such a mindblowing experience, all i knew was Disney and the likes.
Am I better off watching KNK in 720p or 1080p? Only some movies have I really noticed a difference. I want to know if it's worth it to download another ~25gb.
Yeah I pulled it off another thread and assumed it's from some 3 kingdoms anime, but I have no idea which.
>Literally the first page
I think I know who the retards are.
Real Drive was a good show.
She was the true fatty in the show, regardless I would've put a baby in her
fuck child support though
He had help from his instructor though.
and Rectens aren't shit TAKE THAT BACK
Literally everything you said is dumb and wrong, good job
The only CGI in Unicorn was when it transformed you gay nigger faggot fucking kill yourself and stop using dumb /co/shit reaction images
Every single frame. I can't stop laughing.
Literally the most popular show last season, which even went mainstream in the west, as you could've found out by looking up the filename or doing a simple reverse image search.
I cannot imagine how mindbogglingly challenging daily life has to be for a retard of your caliber if this post is actually not "trollybaiting" you fucking baboon.
Oh shit, he mad.
Don't go shitting the bed anon
In CG people always get too ahead of themselves and try to make things move too much. If that scene were done in CG it would probably have a lot more unnecessary movements. That's why CG especially in anime looks bad.
as much as i loved unicorn, 1 episode of thunderbolt literally shits on the whole unicorn series in terms of visuals. love it.
I watched Tsubasa because of this and then realized it was from the movie like ten episodes in.
>Used to be if you couldn't find it by image searching then it would be told to you because why the fuck would you have to go out of your way to find it
>Now retards won't give sauce no matter what and want the other guy to go to a fucking other board and make a thread for it when you could easily tell them
When did /a/ go full retard?
>Now retards won't give sauce no matter what
The fuck are you talking about? People give source all the time on /a/ now, and that's part of the reason why the board is going to shit.
That's server side problems, here's the same webm
MOVE ASIDE PEASANTS, THE SCALE MODEL EFFECTS MASTER RACE SHALL TAKE ITS PLACE
One of those posts you replied to was me. I'm just posting good animation as the OP wants.
Anime is serious business
saw this posted a while ago, still not sure what its from, and apparent the golem webm somewhere above is from it as well
Why does Japan not love the FUCK out of Birdy the Mighty, goddammit.
>Why would you ever need a giant robot firing a giant sniper rifle? Just mount a gun to the side of the ship, it would be much more cost effective.
Actually that's not true, it's probably a lot cheaper to make a hundred MS than it is to make a battleship, not to mention the mobile suit can find better places to hide
>shit is practically stop motion its so choppy
This. It's so much easier and a lot of people overemphasize dynamism.
Cinema isn't about movement and detail in every shot. There can be effect in lack of them and concentrating on the important makes things stand out.
Greatest love story ever told.
She did nothing wrong, those guys came there to kidnap her and use her asa hostage, there is no need to be upset.
RIP bugbros ;___;
I'm about halfway through ZZ now and I seriously miss Zeta's production values and the significantly less shitty writing.
Punchline had some really cool moments. Shame that Uchikoshi couldn't cram more cuhraziness into the series due to content constraints. Maybe I'll learn Japanese quick enough to play the VN and get Punchline's "real" story when it releases.
Looking forward to Kubo and the Two Strings?
no, youre just retarded and think FPS matters
im talking about animation frames dipshit, as in how many frames they actually drew
choppy animation = low number of drawn frames = bad animation
do you not understand how animation works or something?
It looks like it's going to be good. I am excited.
Nigger, I followed your language in referring to distinct frames as just frames and meant the exact same thing as you by it. There are easily over fifteen distinct frames in that flip, and I'd guess it was done on twos. Go be retarded somewhere else.
THAT LOOP IS PERFECT
> 300 posts
> webm without sound
>webm without sound
are you just pretending to be retarded?
This is such a stupid statement. It's like asking if One Piece is supposed to be about pirates when no real world pirate had Haki or a devil fruit. Those are ninjas within that world.
More like MS Paint, amirite?
> I-I don’t like sound!..
>and that's part of the reason why the board is going to shit.
I asked for what episode a scene was in earlier today because apparently I had skipped over it when I thought I finished the season, and I didn't want to have to go back over the past 6 episodes looking for what I missed or scour the archives. Lo and behold however, I just receive several replies calling me a newfag, >spoonfeeding, and telling me to kill myself.
A good seven or eight posts that could've been avoided if /a/ actually wasn't so simply hive-minded and ignorant that they just parrot what they hear the loudest retards spew.
Jin Roh actually has the best animation I've seen from anime yet, because the proportions are so rigorously maintained. The hardest thing to do in traditional animation is to really convince you something in solid, and Jin Roh does this so well, it truly creates the illusion of a three-dimensional space.
> ‘Talking cinema is needed as well as a singing book’
Is it the 19th century all over again or somebody is retarded?
Animating on planes and such is nothing extraordinary, just give any hired animator the time and they should be able to pull this cut off. It shouldn't be impressive unless they do that, create a convincing 3D space and maintain proportion.
Late reply, but Coppelion had a great car chase. Even though nobody appreciated it at the time, cause that whole crazy setup of a jeep chasing a B2 triggered /k/.
The fact that anime will never look like this again wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't for western animation also being dead. People with knowledge of both older and emerging techniques who can still devote themselves to their work this intensely just don't exist anymore. It was a matter of being born at the right time.
The people who made these things were truly talented people to join the ranks of great painters and sculptors of centuries ago.
Yeah, it's pretty silly, but people shouldn't have got all hung up about it, it's simply a pulp action adventure at heart, wasting no thoughts on realism. And it actually had some nice bits of animation here and there to do its wild ride justice.
> People with knowledge of both older and emerging techniques who can still devote themselves to their work this intensely just don't exist anymore
You do realize that the vast majority of the Patlabor 2 key animators are still active, right?
In the last thread someone said the old Disney stuff looks like a stage play and I can't believe I never realized it until now.
He shouldn't have to tell you why it's bad to post a tumblr .gif in a thread where we're supposed to be, you know, appreciating animation. No, it doesn't have to do with the source itself, it's what the source does to .gif images. No, that doesn't make him 'triggered' or whatever /v/ meme you want to spout, it means you fucked up.
But considering these threads are filled with /co/ fishing for source it's not exactly surprising to see people doing dumb shit like this.
It's a riot
Everything they touch will set on fire
I was tempted to post that one as well.
Different decade, different economy, different standards, and a different production. It's dumb to compare because it's like comparing -sorry in advance for using a /v/ analogy- Id during their Doom era to the Id that made Wolfenstein: TNO. The first Doom games were made by a handful of people that made the game not to reach profit margins within a specific demographic, but because they wanted to make the game they, themselves, wanted. They communicated and fought but overall stuck it out because it was a personal labor of love. TNO was very much the opposite, conflicts and emotions aren't accepted at the workplace; there is definitely creativity in its production, however every piece of concept art and bit of code went through several different hands, all of which belonged different departments and likely never got to communicate their intentions to the other.
Does that mean that TNO was a bad game? No, some poor design decisions aside it was a pretty decent game and arguably my favorite FPS of that year. Can I say wholeheartedly that it's made with the same passion that good old Doom was? Hell no.
Likewise, early Gainax was a handful of individuals who could more easily work under a unified vision; willing to put in overtime and endure the physical repercussions that working 18 hours-a-day/7 days-a-week causes They legitimately cared about what they were producing on a deeper level. It's was a completely different environment than a large studio having to abide by (increasing) government regulations, strict time schedules, an economy that still hasn't recovered from the mistakes of the housing bubble, and having to communicate with people from across (and often outside) the country. When judging works from different eras, it is important to take into context what exactly was going on in the industry and the society in which it resided.
These threads make me happy because they give me little morsels of beautiful animation and remind me that there's a number of well animated works out there that I haven't yet watched.
But then they make me sad because they remind me of precisely how finite that group of works is and that its growth has slowed to near nothingness. Fuck.
I really really wish someone would get the bright idea of starting a studio that:
1) Uses an alternative, more sustainable and predictable funding source
2) Rounds up as many of the remaining living animation legends as possible and trains a whole new generation with their techniques
3) Consistently rocks the boat by producing awesome shows/OVAs with aforementioned techniques that today's shitty 90% outsourced piss poor excuses for studios wouldn't even consider touching
It needs to happen before the craft is lost entirely to the sands of time.
I think the problem most people have with naruto is tha they hear its about ninjas and then they see this
But if if you replace the word ninja with wizard and ninjutsu with magical bullshit this wont bother you
Well directed too Lighting was carefully considered, the ambient that plays adds a sense of urgency without droning out the atmosphere, and there was a flow and order to the action that made logical sense given the character's knowledge and skills. Mamoru Oishii is a very competent director.
I tend to think that the biggest problem is how hard it is to get money out of the Japanese economy and how in Japanese business 500 unrelated parties have to get a sizeable cut of profits, even if they don't do jack shit.
I wonder what would happen if a western businessmen with a few billions in his back pocket started a studio, funding the thing entirely out of his checkbook and took the cash that typically gets misappropriated and instead used it to pay the production crew (ESPECIALLY those poor animators). He'd leave creative control to the Japanese crew and just act as a bankroll. If such a setup got rolling I bet it'd turn the industry on its head.
The thing about animation legends is that a lot of them move to doing all or primarily movies, because that's where people have the budget and scheduling to put fantastic animation and veteran animators in most of their scenes. I mean, look at the credits list for the Rebuilds or Giovanni's Island or any of that.
>3) Consistently rocks the boat by producing awesome shows/OVAs with aforementioned techniques that today's shitty 90% outsourced piss poor excuses for studios wouldn't even consider touching
>I really wish someone would get the bright idea of starting a studio that consistently makes great shows
This is the epitome of easier said than done.
I guess the point is that the pursuit of being liked is characteristic for a good person to her, which is rather shallow.
So if your claim is true, it's actually pretty consistent.
>This is the epitome of easier said than done.
No doubt, but you have to admit that the conservative/fearful attitude that studios take that leads them to only produce things that have already "won" puts a huge damper on creativity.
And note that I didn't say that each production had to be a hit. It just needs to be different than the shit that rest of the industry so often shovels out by the ton.
Probably, but it'd still be mildly interesting rather than just turning me off outright i think. The setting and 'ninja magic' were too opaque for me since it didnt conform with what i personally expected so i couldnt watch or read it.
Just me though.
I will dream of a billionaire starting an animation studio but it's not going to happen. It happened once with Laika and that's great but I want more. A Hollywood budget could create something jawdropping using Japanese animation but it won't happen.
Suit yourself. I might never amount to anything but I work in an industry where sudden, explosive gains of wealth aren't unheard of, and if I should I happen into a shitload of money like that you can bet your ass that a new studio is where a large chunk of that cash is headed.
That first movement was just a calibration process. It cuts to the cockpit view where the pilot mimics the last part of the mech's hand movements to show that she is now in control of it.