The only reason you think the animation in American shows is better is because there's (probably) more movement, but that by itself doesn't mean anything, and being impressed by it is like being enthralled by someone waving car keys in front of your face.>>91609457
Cartoons are less culturally specific and were made in Japan before the development of anime, but it's much more trickier for foreigners to make anime. It's doubtful we'll ever see anime made in the West.>>91610187>>91610284
Anime uses really detailed character designs that take much more time to animate than American ones. Animators in Japan aren't paid a lot, but people exaggerate it because they conflate in-betweeners with key animators and think that every studio pays the same. They're also portrayed as "slaves" when in fact they're putting up with low pay just so they can make anime. People don't become animators because they need a job and can't get anything else.>Doesn't help that some of their animation gets outsourced too
The majority of the production work in the anime industry occurs in Japan. Virtually all American animation is outsourced, and has been heavily outsourced since the 80s. >>91616466
Kuma Miko is not only anime, but takes place in rural Japan and the main character is a miko. That's about as far away as one can get from weeaboo.>>91610400
Nothing, because what you are describing isn't happening.