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Date Aug 28, 2013 User Morzas Rating Questionable Score 35
It could not be Yas's, due to him being in the hospital for the last nine episodes. He also was not satisfied with the way Amuro drifted out of his core fighter to the remaining white base crew on the shuttle, hence it's change in the movie.
Urghh it IS him, in the blu-ray special Tomino says so.
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Date May 14 User Ashita Rating Safe Score 26
Kobayashi? Looks like he did some chara animation of Megumi in ep.6 (this & https://sakugabooru.com/post/show/34396)
Cant confirm this,but this is not kobayashi,this is more like china(animator)
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Date Jun 20, 2014 User dragonhunteriv Rating Safe Score 151 Hidden 1
The attention to detail in this scene is great. And it's the little things. For instance, how Jiro pulls his chair closer to his desk.
I love how the weight of the chair are shown when jiro pull his chair
I feel like I'm the only user on this website that prefers Ohira's work when it's clean. Don't get me wrong, he's still of the most technically impressive animators to ever walk the Earth, but I just don't care for the squiggly line art and the kind of ugly faces in most of his uncleaned work.
Actually, I agree with MerrBerr. I too have a sort of love-hate relationship with Ohira's style. On the one hand, he has a knack for realistic body movements and effects work like no other animator I've ever seen. On the other, he tends to sacrifice cleanliness and consistency to make it work, so when he draws uncleaned, the characters seem to morph in and out of proportion, or end up so sketchy that the movement is hard to make out. To put it more briefly, he's a better animator than he is an artist.
do you suggest that good artist = clean image? or maybe i musunderstood you?

Ohira scenes are impressive but to understand it you need to see it with a contest. Ohira is expressionist his work is more about emphasize the emotion of the scenes in abstract surreal way.

and of course enjoying his works is a personal preference and nothing wrong with it.
osama___a said:
do you suggest that good artist = clean image? or maybe i musunderstood you?

Ohira scenes are impressive but to understand it you need to see it with a contest. Ohira is expressionist his work is more about emphasize the emotion of the scenes in abstract surreal way.

and of course enjoying his works is a personal preference and nothing wrong with it.
Surrealist scenes are definitely something he's good at, and I guess it's fitting that that's most of what I've seen of him. I will say, though, the images don't necessarily have to be pretty to convey what they need to. Also, I probably misspoke in saying that a clean image makes a good artist, but it really depends on context, like you said.
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Soraawo said:
Maybe Imaishi
He was also credited for storyboards, so the very Imaishi like design of the missile transforming back into one could come from there.
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Why is there no comments this is amazing.
TTGL tho
FlyingWithFeathers said:
Why is there no comments this is amazing.
TTGL tho
Imaishi presumed tho
It's like an even better Captain Earth
Imaishi back at it again with those signature snappy transformations
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Date Jun 26 User alexswak Rating Questionable Score 4
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Date Apr 20 User JazzMazz Rating Questionable Score 4
Would people say that this is better or worse animated than it's anime counter-part. I'm going to say slightly worse, though I think the direction was stronger.
JazzMazz said:
Would people say that this is better or worse animated than it's anime counter-part. I'm going to say slightly worse, though I think the direction was stronger.
I'd agree with you on this. The animation is a touch better in certain moments, but it doesn't have the same impact of the TV version.
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Date Jun 2 User kimeseku Rating Safe Score 6
Wow. The rough gengas actually have smoother movement than the finished product. Not often you see something like that happen.
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I like this scene a lot! It feels like a mix of both Yoshinari and Imaishi's styles.
All this running on enemy reminded me of https://sakugabooru.com/post/show/25967 .
Very interested about Imashi's and Sushio's boards for this episode, could this be it?
BTW was Otonari on this ep?
Xmax360 said:
BTW was Otonari on this ep?
Yoh yes, Kou no.