>>106558645>Animators and writers are (usually) different people
Not in SUs case, which has only fucked it over>What happens in the writers room does not hold back animation.
Animators would disagree, but I digress> The 3 lesbian and a child idea would have been hollow anyway
How so? It's literally just a sitcom plot, there's plenty of shit you could do with that premise. > if only because such a living situation would be so exceedingly rare that execs would wonder if the premise would sell.
Ah, I see, you're part of the problem. >No one is stopping people from making passion projects,
PFFFFFFFFFFT HA. Passion projects are rare of the best of days anon, and most of them are samey fantasy shit. >but getting a team on board with your idea usually requires it to be grounded in reality.
And appease execs who want to greenlie it. >SU is a fantasy show with "realistic" elements
And as it is now, it does neither well.
Stop thinking like an executive anon.