ITT: anime with unconventional art styles
She makes me so fucking hard
Came here to post this, so I'll just go with Kaiji
SZS's artstyle is that it has about 400 different artstyles, and changes between them frequently.
Yeah I thought the writing was pretty dumb throughout. I didn't think it was horrible though, neat art and thickly atmospheric.
Loved Kaiba, I wish they had used the speech bubbles more
I didn't really like the show all that much, but it was pretty. Take the X Train is something cool with speech bubbles, if you haven't seen it yet.
>The anime adaptation is the best one ever made
Let's not get ahead of ourselves here.
What? I dropped it because they shoehorned in a straight romance where there shouldn't have been any. A canon gay ending between Franz and Albert would have been great, and it would have reinforced the book's narrative that arranged and convenient marriages are meaningless, and the person you really love you'll overcome obstacles to be with.
>it has a unique color scheme
It's just pastel colors. It's Easter, dude, those colors are everywhere right now. Nothing unique about it. I'm not saying it's a bad show; it's just pretty conventional in art style and color palette.
Then you must not have read the book. Albert and Eugenie are supposed to hate each other, and their frigid but convenient relationship is meant to contrast with Valentine and Maximillian's conflicted yet genuine love for each other.
It's good. Much like Mononoke (both toei's noitamina horror a year apart), not quite as well-directed but the youkai stories are humorous and whimsical and interesting with a great antihero and atmosphere.
Love me some pure black shading.
Unconventional in the sense that it's literally the only show I've ever dropped solely due to the character designs, and did so in under five minutes. All this despite hearing otherwise decent things about it.
Several of the animator expo shorts had unique styles. Most of them, in fact.
most stuff from shaft