What is this expression trying to convey?
What? Go back to /mu/ or something.
How plebeian is it thinking anime shorts (like WUG Zoo and such) are generally good but a project giving full creative control to people like Imaishi, Okiura and Utsunomiya is bad? I would say it it's the most plebeian opinion possible.
>go back to /mu/
>plebeian this plebeian that
yeah ok buddy. anime shorts are shit like Nekojiro and other indipendent stuff, not visual diharrea like WUG
and you, thinking that something is automatically worthwhile because there are popular names involved, now that's really a discerning opinion uh?
Considering how nip pr works, his decisonal power is limited for sure, but considering his autism and his "istitutionally recognized savior of anime industry" status he could had refused some of this crap for sure.
That's Utsunomiya's designs. I like them. Ugly isn't necessarily a bad thing.
Hey pal. Imaishi may be a popular name but not many people know Utsunomiya or Takashi Nakamura even if they are legends in the industry and they're rarely given chances to do their own things. So yes, any project that gathers these people is "automatically worthwhile".
Sure some of it has been crap but most of the shorts are good and show distinct talents. Some have been amazing. If every other short was bad after roach girl that still would have made the whole thing worthwhile.
He just seems to like mannequin like characters that are easy to animate. In Gosenzo-sama the characters even had lines breaking the joints of major limbs making them look super mannequin-esque.
He inspired a whole generation of realist animators.
Got something like this as well.
This guys always reminds me of Utsunomiya with his mannequin-like figure.
It's a chart about animators. Ikuhara is a director.
Anyway, i made this a while ago but I'm not sure if it's accurate.