Will 3D anime ever not look like complete arse?
Etotama is the closest we got.
S2 fucking never.
Etotama had good CG, so did Show by Rock.
Show by Rock: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cz0QHkXxicg
I think the same CG studio did both though?
Is this the official CG thread? Just rewatched Active Raid, Orange is going to knock it out of the park with Houseki no Kuni. In the meantime Kado is impressive as fuck for a TV anime, loving the fractals. Sasuga Toei, their Precure CG is likewise stellar. ID-0 is also really nice, but the video quality seems off in every episode. Maybe low bitrate or something but it is really taking me out of it.
Honestly Polygon should drop out of the industry, they are fucking hacks in every sense of the word. Sanzigen does limited animation 3DCG far better than they do, and Toei/Orange do better full frame CG. It's a waste of Netflix money. Please remember to ironically shitpost as a 2D purist to keep the thread bumped!
The company that handled Etotama's CGI was Shirogumi. I couldn't find much for Show By Rock but I find a studio called "Studio Goonies" who were credited for CGI assistance in LBX and had also worked on SBR.
I found the CGI in Show By Rock to be really awkward due to the ultra chibi character models.
Don't tell me you don't know about the best CGI film
What about toei's cg projects like Saint Seiya and Captain Harlock?
They're still not as good as your average mainstream western production but they're trying. But then pixar, disney, dreamworks have shit tons of cash to spend, it's hard to compete with that.
OBJECTIVELY the five most important aspects of anime:
4. Sound (acting, FX, and music)
>3 of the main characers are male and interact with each other
Do the world a favor and off yourself.
I'll take a full 3D [email protected] CG anime just for more.
the boat-waifu anime was rather ok to me .... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBFKj6_p-Q0
I should masturbate to that again today, thanks for the reminder.
2D will always be superior to 3D
Arpeggio looked great. It's easy to see with a few software improvements CG will rival hand-drawn pretty soon.