Why can't anime be more like this with today's technology?
This was animated by newcomer animators with government funding. The solution it seems to me to the cancer that is today's anime industry infested by poor quality animation which studios adopted for quantity>quality. Trigger should be nationalized by the Japanese government and produce anime that are not tainted by decadent fan-service.
It is obvious that the future of animation lies in crowdfunding.
Technology has made animation easier and lone creators can now not be slaves to the franchise and merchandise demands of animation studios. What should be done is a streaming service for animation that's more serious than crunchyroll.
How can technology have any kind of effect on how well someone can draw on a piece of paper and scan it? Also LWA has a relatively gigantic budget and no time constraints, as opposed to regular anime for which artists are paid just enough to eat instant ramen whilst living and sleeping in the office, and have to produce episodes in one week.
>Technology has little to nothing to do with the quality of animation generally speaking.
Technology is always relevant.
You're talking the difference between old styles of hand drawing every single frame compared to current style of using models.
Technology dictates everything.
There are a lot less frames in todays anime's than in older anime. Limited animation is the norm today.
CG makes the life of animators far easier than drawing every frame, which means cutting back the cost on animators.
Anime is still hand drawn you fucking retard, the only difference is it's on paper instead of cel, and scanned with a high DPI scanner instead of put on film. This isn't American shit where they make everything with Flash tweens.
Independent animation has long survived and flourished without crowd funding both worldwide and in Japan. It is the kind of thing funded by art councils. It just isn't anything like anime.
If its the future, its only because it lets the company get away with making shit tons of money without doing a single thing.
Even if they did, its horrible for anime since only popular things will be made. Instead of getting many shows that appeal to specific niche audiences you get only a few shows that pander to the majority, IE garbage like naruto, snk and fujoshit.
You have no idea what you are talking about quite honestly. Limited animation has always been the norm in anime. The only time it wasn't was when Toei Doga was trying to imitate Disney in the 1950s.
don't make other people delusional by spreading this meme