>animation is hilariously still
>seiyuu are either extremely amateur or directed to speak like the audience is 4 years old
>made to advertise a cancelled mobage game
>only being made--as cheaply as possible--to fulfill contractual requirement to animate it
this is a strange thing. why the hell they used budget to buy a 20 minute long timeslot instead of taking one of those 2-4 minute long short timeslots is perhaps an indication of why the game got cancelled
Look how excited her voice actress is to get her name on the cover of a magazine. Cute.
Isn't it far more likely that the anime was already being made before the cancellation announcement and so they're making it anyway? The show was announced far in advance of the cancellation of the game and the preview had the same kind of animation still.
It's also gay, so /u/ hordes are welcome.
>yfw the current episodes were produced before the cancellation, and the big QUALITY will hit in the middle of the series
What the hell, it's actually Pripyat?
So the speculah-fags from last thread maybe weren't completely wrong and it's actually going to be dark.
Something like this:
Humanity was wiped out after a nuclear tragedy.
Ceruleans are mutated descendants of humans.
The Friends have evolved to resist radiations, but Bag-san will die from radiation exposure soon after they reach the library and learn the truth.
There's a ton of shows that are about just being cute and friendly and all that, but this seriously has the potential to be something more interesting. Also nice memes, where'd you get them from?
>Yes, Pripyat has palms and english signs.
I meant the bottom right photo, not bottom left. All the photos don't have to be from the same place.
But maybe it's just the same model of ferris-wheel, I don't know.
I've seen shows that are so badly animated they're almost unwatchable except for the "so bad it's good" factor, and this is definitely not one of those shows. There's some wonky stuff here and there but I think it looks pretty in its simplicity.
Interesting or dark doesn't necessarily mean people dying. It simply means anything but a completely predictable "They reach the library, they find out what animal Bag is, they beat up a big cerulean boss, they throw a party" kind of ending.
If anything looking like this should have been expected given that it's animated by the same guys that did Tesabu. It's interesting to see the techniques which work well in their ad lib comedy shows applied to this.
I checked the archives and apparently there's only been one thread about it with about 5 replies.
I bet we're the only 2 people on /a/ watching it.
To be quite desu I'm utterly fascinated with this show. I think I've become addicted to low budget cg shows and I really like the amateur as fuck voice "acting" in this one.
Does it take a special kind of person to fully appreciate CG/MMD shows? Tesagure, Naria, Crane Game, maybe even gdgd Fairies is understandable but it feels like it's becoming strangely more commonplace. Is there a paying consumer market for these series?
The English title is Forest Fairies Five
Yeah but Tesagure is really funny and the director of Kemono Friends was the animation director for Tesagure.
Tesagure, Naria girls and gdgd Fairies were all made by the same guy. Also he also did Straight Title Robot Anime and Minarai Diva. Crane Game Girls wasn't even 3D. So it's not like suddenly everyone is making 3D shows.
>I don't like thing
I guess like any anime they'll just sell character songs and that kind of stuff.
Tesagure was popular enough to get 3 seasons and Ishidate keeps getting his experiments funded. I look forward to see how far he'll take the whole "live anime" thing.
Tesagure sold about 3-4k average for most of its releases on DVD/BD. gdgdFairies did 3-4k first season 2k second season. Naria girls was a flop. Considering how cheap they must be to make 3-4k is probably successful.
I've seen Tesagure and bits and pieces of gdgd, I just don't see people buying DVD/BDs for them. Which, according to >>152507504, is actually something that happens. There's probably a huge profit margin for how much it actually takes to make these shows.
>it's not kemono
Blunder of the century.
>I DON'T LIKE THIIIIING
>I just don't see people buying DVD/BDs for them
There's a really loyal niche for those adlib shows especially since they actually entertaining and not just seiyuubait. Anyway should any of this really be a surprise considering Teekyuu will probably outlive the entire anime industry?
This means nothing. I could say the same thing about a dozen of shows, and it wouldn't mean anything.
KF has good direction and pacing. It has a mystery, which keeps the viewer interested, and the plot is slowly unfolding. The girls are cute and the show actually uses the animal idea well. Even the animation isn't so bad for MMD.
good ting i have no idea what that is