What's the most disturbing case of forced animation in anime?
What the fuck is a "forced animation"?
In fact, people are using this word "forced" like a buzzword, with no real context to the actual meaning. If they feel it's inappropriate, not foreshadowed, or plain uncomfortable they arbitrary spout 'forced' this 'forced' that.
I think it's one of those popular words that takes any meaningful discussion out of picture, to be honest.
Yeah, yeah, I know, I know.
>expecting meaningful discussion in /a/, what are you retarded?
Forced Animation is when animators just throw in a ton of extra fancy animation stuff, like better hair flow, when the series doesn't need it. It's like all the OPs with very fluid characters; it's absolute trash thrown in to distract people from the only thing that matters in anime, the story.
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When the animation quality suddenly improves exponentially in a scene that doesn't warrant it.
But like everything instead of being a slang for a critique to save time it has become a shitty buzzword for retards.
>When the animation quality suddenly improves exponentially in a scene that doesn't warrant it.
That's a completely arbitrary designation. Who are you to say that a scene doesn't warrant good animation?
What about this?