Name the anime with your favourite asthetic/art style.
Many will disagree but I still choose Bakemonogatari asthetic/art style.
Shinkai Makoto works look absolutely stunning of course. I loved SAC artstyle since it added to the realism and the grittiness, but it had a record budget so I guess that's a given. CG looks still amazing 10 years later. I wish Psycho-Pass used something similar. Ping Pong looked fantastic, and reminded me of Kemonozume which also took time getting used to. Humanity has declined also comes to mind with its sort of dreamlike colours.
>but it had a record budget so I guess that's a given.
Season 1 actually had a much smaller budget and development time than they needed for the production, so they split the episodes off to main and secondary animation teams depending on how important they were. Some episodes, like Jungle Cruise, look noticeably worse than others.
Season 2 just looks amazing throughout
Re-l is so cute. Too bad the animators forgot to draw her properly half the time.
It's been like 8 years since I watched that show. I'm not about to download it again to rip screenshots of each fuckup they made, but I remember the character art becoming increasingly questionable after the first episode, which I found really disappointing. Maybe they fixed it for the DVD or whatever, who knows. I imagine I'm not the only one who remembers this.
Some episodes of space dandy
Go fuck yourself
Anything with thick borders for me. But to name one, Kaiji (or Akagi).
is there any anime like this?
Hyouka maybe? It wasn't particularly different or anything, it just looked really nice. Especially the sequences in a different art style.
Tatami galaxy looked pretty cool, too.
but I can't choose between so many art styles and anime
all styles are better for one thing than another, so shows that have mixed art styles are usually a lot more interesting to watch, because rather than shoving you same visuals all the time, the styles are used to describe the moods as well.
so for now I'll say sora no otoshimono since it did a good job in this, keeping to the core of it being entertaining.