The show is not that terrible, QUALITY aside, the show is quite interesting at some points.
Does this count?
Now I'm wondering if there's even one person watching Rewrite, here.
That is quality and CG fest.
I even recall seeing this orange haired girl throwing a fucking tree, but the tree flying before she even throws it or something.
This was the beginning of a shot which omitted detail so it could have more fluid animation on a budget.
That's kinda common; I can point out a somewhat recent and popular example - in OPM, when Genos attacks the Sea King, the backgrounds went extremely dull, and Genos lost some detail for 2 or 3 seconds, which was how long that shot lasted..
This and Berserk both have this problem.
I get that anime uses static poses all the time to save on money/production.
But do they not realize that you should NEVER leave a living model static? There should be at least some subtle movement on them at all times, otherwise the starting and stopping is really jarring for 3D.
It seems Millepensee didn't get that memo.
anon... that's deformation. that's a normal part of animation, nothing to do with budget or whatever. Most of the time it's done for the sake of overexaggeration. there was a simliar scene with Felt in episode 2, dont have the screencap on me though
Not only do the static 3D models look really jarring and wrong, but I've noticed that the framerates for 3D are often so low it looks much worse. I think anime has a low framerate in general, which is fine, but when you try and put 3D animation in with low FPS anime, it looks really weird (to me, maybe no one else cares). Whereas artists can add motion blur or do other tricks to make animated scenes look more fluid at low frame rates, when they add in a 3D model, they don't really try to blend it in. The part where Ed and Ling fight Envy in Greed's stomach comes to mind as an example of this.
It's silly too since most render software HAS motion blur capabilities built in.
When I took 3D animation classes, the teacher basically showed us the optimal render options for our stuff and said "If you don't check this little box for motion blur and I feel like you needed it, I'm dropping you one letter grade"