For all the shit Kanon 2006 gets about the uguu eyes, you all seem to forget how it was a massive improvement from Toei's 2003 version.
But only oldfags remember Kanon 200X
To be fair, the horrible art of Kanon 2003 is a perfect adaptation of Key's art style.
Ayu's disappearance was done better in 2002 and Nayuki's confession was done well. In 2006 her confession was dropped and Ayu's disappearance wasn't very good.
Huh, all I can find is some spanish version https://youtu.be/aGLq2tivHPk?t=1062
Toei's Kanon looks cheaper but cleaner and somewhat appealing in a 'could be a mahou shoujo from that time' -way. Kyoani Kanon polished essentially the same designs and makes only a superficial difference.
Granted I thought the former was unwatchable for long since everyone was saying so so I've only watched 2006.
Well you're probably right, there. I never understood Key's approach to character designs.
>For all the shit Kanon 2006 gets about the uguu eyes, you all seem to forget how it was a massive improvement from Toei's 2003 version.
KyoAni's greatest improvement isn't the artstyle, but the fact that they managed to merged ALL the routes into one story, and doing so in a way that makes sense.
It doesn't matter which I choose
I cried bitch tears for both.