>>190730360>Nice to see that you took out the second part of that to make it fit your point better.
It was a nonsense point. How on earth would it look out of place? There would be no cgi.>Even high budget anime movies have CGI.
Now, since it's available to cut corners. They didn't used to have any cgi.>What is the point of animating the car in 2d when you can just as well do it 3d and then it will mesh better with the 3d buildings and the monster and Gridman fighting. To have random inclusion in the 3DCG parts would be jarring and look out of place. So I am not sure why you are advocating for that.
There would obviously be no 3dcg.>They might have some assets set up like the cars, because why wouldn't they just use them cars aren't that different from each other. But they won't have Gridman, the upgrades or the monsters already in assets.
They WILL have the asses required for generic cost cutting procedures like vehicles. Again they fucking said this in Shirobako, there are even corner cutting 3dcg studios pure dedicated to 3d vehicles for 2d anime. But sure, they wont have the models for that other stuff but it sure is fucking cheaper, faster and easier than animating a detailed model 24 times a second, with lighting for extended periods of time.>Yes, but that doesn't mean you can take infinite amount of time to do something.
Sure and i'm not saying that but they should make sure to take the amount of time necessary to make it great.>Why not use the technology at hand that does a specific thing a lot better and achieves the desired effect.
And here we are at the core of your issue. Because sakuga is beautiful and because art shouldn't be dictated by economics. If you've seen stuff like Flip Flappers or MP100 the maybe you can see my point. Stop enabling cgi abuse, stop enabling this affront to art.
Look how amazing this is? Why couldn't Gridman get this treatment?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0WdUsip1is