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Really realistically weighty animation, but also doing movement you can't really do in real life. Can't say I like it fully but has something nice about it.
yeah, cartoons must always do things that are possible in real life.
Smartass. Why do directors decide to use parkour at all rather than having the character do a 10 ft jump up to her destination? It's because it's more thrilling to see a character do something human-but-skillful instead of seeing the character just do something supernatural (i.e. unrealistic). And unrealistic elements in the scene distract from those thrilling, realistic aspects.
I really like the sketchy look in this sequence. Works with the movement and speed.
Dpete016 said:
I really like the sketchy look in this sequence. Works with the movement and speed.
I think that's just the Graphinica look.
mtobob said:
it's more thrilling to see a character do something human-but-skillful instead of seeing the character just do something supernatural (i.e. unrealistic). And unrealistic elements in the scene distract from those thrilling, realistic aspects
Patently untrue!
grognarg said:

Patently untrue!
How about everyone can have their own opinions and we stop this before it turns into a full-on flame war?
MerrBear said:
How about everyone can have their own opinions and we stop this before it turns into a full-on flame war?
No, let sakugabooru become the dramabooru

..but honestly yeah. this is kinda stupid.
MerrBear said:
I think that's just the Graphinica look.
I believe it is Yoshihiro Sekiya look, this anime's director of photography.
MerrBear said:
I think that's just the Graphinica look.
That's how their works look usually? Not bad.

Xmax360 said:
I believe it is Yoshihiro Sekiya look, this anime's director of photography.
Oh ok.
It depends on what you mean by "sketchy". If it's the almost smear-like blur that you see in some of the action scenes, yes, that would be Sekiya's work as the DoP.
yea that's what I mean actually thanks for clearing that up.
grognarg said:
yeah, cartoons must always do things that are possible in real life.
If animation must always do things that are possible in real life, then why would that be in anime and no in live-action? The anime as a medium stands out mostly by his animation, and animation is, by concept, unrealistic...
Wilburg said: If animation must always do things that are possible in real life, then why would that be in anime and no in live-action? The anime as a medium stands out mostly by his animation, and animation is, by concept, unrealistic...
The comment you are replying to was intended to be sarcasm.