How come modern anime women don't live up to the expectations of them being renowned beauties?
How come modern anime women don't live up to the expectations of them being...
Because they're fictional
Not a good enough reason
If anything, that only makes the question more poignant.
The digital animators did not acquire the skills of the cel animators.
The bubble and economic downturn
erosion of Japanese culture by bad Western culture
bad laws preventing Japanese animators from doing business
Dirty Pair thread, Kei or Yuri?
Yuri, Hikaru, Rei, Minmay
Yes, a real "Hikarufag".
I was watching some of Project Eden this morning.
Both are disgusting whores.
What would a Dirty Pair reboot be like? I would expect it to be more edgy and lacking comedy which I would hate to see.
Was there not already a reboot?
Because you have shit taste.
But you're talking about character design, not animation.
in 2016 like Sailormoon Crystal
Animation too. Many of them did not learn the skills their predecessors had. They can move around the CG model but not draw it themselves freeform.
Kei is so hot and fluffy
you will never trigger a planet to explode with your waifu and her closet lesbian friend
GALL FORCE HIJACK
Flash had redeeming qualities.
Kei is a soldier main
Yuri is a sniper main.
But 80s anime had obvious western, especially American, influences
I didn't say good Western culture.
Okay, I'm done.
Modern animation techniques only have around two or three templates per gender which small changes like hair, eyes, clothes, height, etc...
Think Mii's but in an animation studio.
Dirty Pair is overrated. Just sayin'.
Because what goes for women now are 14 year old girls and children. Times have changed, bra.
the original TV series is certainly overrated but the OVAs are great and the movie even more so
You were supposed to save magical girls, not leave them in blandness.
Wow. It's been a little over a year ago since I first shared these on Sup Forums
Why is there never a bigger scan of the Blade Runner image?
Streets of Fire
Just go die in a fire.
Real human bean
and a real hero.