>>98459815>You can have thoughts in both film and animation, and they do it in both often.
"and those cannot be tolerated in animation, since the format is different" "and since animation and movies needs to show rather than tell since they are moving, it´s almost pointless to tell the thoughts">But, it's not any closer to the others in this, not to mention film and animation can do this as well, they just don't do it the same as a novel, and neither do comics.
If a character smells something, in both novel and comic you can make the character say somehing like "when is that thing supposed to come?" in their mind, and we can still know it´s a thought, that can´t be tolerated in an animation or a movie, it would be tedious, they would need to do it another way>Everything needs to show rather than tell
Yes, but it´s different depending on the format, a character cannot give a speech like dialogue in a cartoon or movie, that will be very tedious, in a book you can buy it more, in a comic as well (just make sure you don´t make the page 90% dialogue like the shitty TWD does)>It's not, and they do. Have you never seem a movie or watched a cartoon?
Yes, and some of the best movies didn´t require a ton of thougts narrated in them, even silent movies are still entretaining because they focused on the action, something that comics cannot have (at least, not in reality but in our heads)>I didn't say they were completely the same
True, still, the differences are there