Won't do a new thread for this but Chris Savino has been let go from Nickelodeon upon allegations of improper conduct with women on staff. Coming from one of the directors of BoJack from when she was an intern.
And word more allegations against some others may be coming out.
So yea shakeup hopefully going into the Live action section of stuff as well.
Gravity Falls returns from haitus next Monday (Feb 16th) with Northwest Mansion Mystery.
Oddly the mansion doesn't seem to be the same from when the Pines' dropped Pacifica off at the end of the golf episode, though I wouldn't put it past them to have two houses within close quarters (the show does like its flippantly decadent rich people).
>>245645 >care to elaborate what this is about? The premise is a pretty simple "protagonists hunting monsters disguised as humans" setup, though that's not the whole show is about. There's also stuff about the main character trying to advance his boxing career or just get by--usually by doing favors for the mob.
>>246287 Aku was thoroughly stomping everyone in the future. Also, I found it fitting, considering that he always get away from Jack because of his tendency to fight dirty, but this time it finally came back to bite him.
New year, time to start a new thread as the old stopped bumping a while ago. Here is a neat gator dude from... Winx Club of all places. I just checked an episode at random because I have never seen that show and UGH the human designs are ugly with their Barbie stick figure looks, huge foreheads and slanted yet anime-style weird eyes. It's Italian anime, I guess... part of it CGI, part of it cell-shaded, but croc dude seems to be traditional animation.
>>228818 >People don’t realize the time and energy that go into- No. Stop that. If the end result is bad, it doesn't matter. A lot of time and energy goes into most of what you see these days. That's not an excuse to just like something. And that crap about having to look real when we get this uncanny junk.
>>245399 Disney television series, not a Disney movie. As long as the writing is good, passable animation is fine in my books. And plus, it's a preview. I don't know the workflow of western cartoons but maybe it's just the earliest complete parts they could show. Or maybe they aren't in the groove of making it. Only time can tell.
>>245399 >BUT........ I seen independent animation, sometimes made FOR FREE, look BETTER than that. I completely agree, but it's not a good comparison to make.
Independent hobbyist animation is a completely different ballgame, especially in this decade. They're often much shorter, don't require an entire series to be made, and lack deadlines. Plus, professional televised animation tends to lack the passion of hobbyist animation. A passionate artist will go back and fix mistakes, for art's sake. A professional animator often has deadlines up their ass, and a preset, economical end result they are told to make. Artistic flair will be inconsistent with the rest of the animation, and we can't have that!
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