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Sorry, fixed the AR. It looked a little stretched in the original, so I didn't even notice...
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Date Aug 20 User zztoastie Rating Questionable Score 21 Hidden 2
Imaishi directed Kill la Kill, I don't think you can wish he worked more on it, it's basically his own show.
Xmax360 said:
They are different types of production. LWA is OVA, so of course it's more richly animated and polished.
I think they're referring to the LWA TV series. They are still of course different productions with different priorities though.
Bloodystar said:
Imaishi directed Kill la Kill, I don't think you can wish he worked more on it, it's basically his own show.
I get that he was the director but I wish him and Yoshinari did more KA for the show. More combat scenes especially. The finale felt...I mean I don't wanna say disappointed with it overall. The combat portion of the finale was a let down.
^Dude, I know how you feel - 'cept I felt that way about the entirety of Kill la Kill.
I forgot that melee combat was never Gainax/Trigger's strong point, so my hype was misplaced. Everything else was dope, though. :)
relyat08 said:
I think they're referring to the LWA TV series. They are still of course different productions with different priorities though.
Can't agree then, I think it's other way around.
Xmax360 said:
Can't agree then, I think it's other way around.
I guess that's the beauty of art. Some people will appreciate Imaishi's approach more than Yoshinari's and other people will have the opposite reaction. I think both series have different strengths. Not sure I could pick a favorite personally, but I did enjoy the production of LWA a little more than KLK. Imaishi doesn't really prioritize motion in the way Yoshinari does.
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Yes YES YESSSS I love the lineless effects GHNGH
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This is the "fixed" version of Niho's famous sequence in episode 7.
Arasan said:
This is the "fixed" version of Niho's famous sequence in episode 7.
Fixed version is boring, specially the beginning.
I liked it more when it looks like something made in an animation class.
sakugaku said:
Fixed version is boring, specially the beginning.
I liked it more when it looks like something made in an animation class.
Sometimes I feel the original version was too rushed to make it into the episode.
In a way it was almost like inbetweened and composited roughs, well very personal roughs but its nice to also have the corrected version, since this is an extreme example of after airing corrections, it is almost like a documented but refined process of the stages of animation.
Key animation director: Katsuhiko Kitada
Source: https://www18.atwiki.jp/sakuga/pages/1003.html
■鉄腕バーディー DECODE:02(2009) 総作画監督補佐 7話(DVD版) 原画 5話 10話 11話 12話 雪駄ババアデザイン・絵本デザイン 10話
5:有田しおんのサイン会(赤井俊文のブログより)
7:仁保パートの修正(『公開沓名塾』〜web系の過去と現在〜より)
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Don't know exactly what would qualify as Kutsuna Lightning, but this(0:50-0:52ish) definitely strikes me as pretty similar.
0:12 colored impact frames is something new,or is it just me?
Mobi said:
0:12 colored impact frames is something new,or is it just me?
https://sakugabooru.com/post/show/32929
uh..yeah,totally forgot bout this one
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Date 04:26 User zztoastie Rating Safe Score 2
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Im surprised only now Xeno's stuff is posted here. Shine time definitely deserves a spot in booru.
Web animators. They make it look so easy...
I'll put some of Shine Time up as soon as I can find the time to cut some of the highlights.
You can definitely feel the Yutapon inspiration.
Just a heads up, the dimensions on this are squashed vertically from the original
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