There's a big difference between a cartoon recreating the framing and pose as a reference/homage(which is what >>111733522
is) and what this animation for Sony's shit is, which is just a hodgepodge of multiple difference previously animated works and is blatantly traced from each one instead of simply being similarly framed and referencing.
You can reference spinel's movements in the SU scene without so blatanly copying the animation frame by frame. >>111733538>Programmers: "I've written a new program feel free to use it"
False equivalence. Using a program does not give you the right to change its code slightly and then release it as something you created by yourself.>Doctors: "I've discovered a new surgery, please use it to help people"
False equivalence. Surgeries are, by design, meant to be replicated and dispersed>Laywers: "I've settled a new case, feel free to use it as precedent"
False equivalence. Again, by design they are meant to be referenced..
>Artists: "NOOO YOU CAN'T MAKE SOMETHING SIMILAR TO WHAT I MADE YOU THIEF!!!!"
It's not just "SIMILAR" it's literally traced animation from multiple sources without so much as a credit or getting permission. Also, art is an entirely different thing from surgeries or legal cases.>>111733625
No, the SU animation is only in a similar position with the same framing. The character is drawn in a slightly different perspective. Also, it's a comparatively smaller part of animation compared to the rest of the episode.