>Hayao Miyazaki recreated early 20th century Tokyo with large meticulous hand drawn backgrounds and animation at the Ghibli studio. When Hideaki Anno visited the studio he reportedly turned to Miyazaki and said, "Animation like that can be done with computers now."
But isn't the whole point of Ghibli movies, or Miyazaki movies that they're mostly handdrawn?
I still think motions look a lot more fluid in Spirited Away and Mononoke Hime than in entirely computer-made anime
If only they spent some of that time on actually making it more about racing. Honestly yellow line was amazing, but by redline the story just went out of control. Sure it looked nice and had good music but it was retarded.