Post/make pretty anime grids for the purpose of nice aesthetics.
I like those kind of grids, but I have zero knowledge of aesthetics. I don't think picking what I think looks nice is good enough.
How do I learn about it, so I can make my own instead of just reposting?
I try to keep the colors balanced when I make grids and use non similar looking shots, although if there are similar shots, keep them far away from each other for a better balance.
If you're watching a thing and there's a shot that makes you think "hey that's pretty neat" just screenshot, and then you can stitch your favourites up later. I just do it chronologically.
Source is gorgeous (good scans where) but you're right, the first one especially nails the colours.
Then listen to the OST while reading the manga like everyone else did.
I watched this based on this grid, thanks.
I think you could get still more varied/interesting stuff from it.
I agree, I'll prolly add to it. I still have a bunch of screenshots.
bigger n' badder, included the whole movie instead of just the middle arc
I really wish Fujita had gotten more works adapted. Modern digital doesn't do his style justice at all
What meaning? There was no meaning, no takeaway, nothing. I gained nothing from watching Hyouka, besides "HUR MAYB ONE DAY I'LL BE THE ONE FOR CHITANDA -OREKI".
This >>137366771 on the other hand was directing done correctly.
I think guys need to watch more anime, or something because Hyouka's direction was average at best.
To say it was the best directed anime in the last 6 years is just tragic.
The problem with a well directed show is that well directed shows are actually hard to spot unless you go into watching the show with the intention of paying attention to the actual directing.
I personally don't believe that a show is well directed if I on my first watch think to myself "man I think this is very well directed". An actually well directed show should be so well executed that it immerses me completely, I shouldn't catch myself thinking about the technical side of it.
Like, I really like Rie Matsumoto >>137367753
, she has a nice style, but I genuinely believe that she is sometimes a bit clumsy with her implementation of composition. Same goes for people like Shinbo.
That isn't to say works like hers are bad, but they can't be truly great in my opinion.
also Rakugo >>137355843
is the best I've seen recently