How much value do you put into visual direction /a/?
>How much value do you put into visual direction /a/?
It makes or breaks a show. You can have a bad story, bad sound, bad characters, but excellent art and animation and I'll most likely still watch and like it. You can have a show with excellent characters, excellent story, excellent everything, but has terrible art and animation and I'll drop it in a heartbeat.
It's like a game with bad gameplay but a good story; you can't ever have a story good enough to cover up your complete failure at utilizing the medium to tell it.
This grid really manages to gloss over ow uninteresting 95% of the episode looked. The short intro sequence was literally the only part that looked consistently great, the rest were just quick still shots for the most part.
This was my favorite shot.
Anyone have a cinegrid for Utena, Angel's Egg or Lain?