Will we ever see another drastic change in anime culture, similar to the...

Joseph Wood
Joseph Wood

Will we ever see another drastic change in anime culture, similar to the transition we got from the early 2000s to modern anime?

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Dylan Morales
Dylan Morales

don't know

Angel Foster
Angel Foster

probably

Juan Jones
Juan Jones

Maybe

Lincoln Foster
Lincoln Foster

nah, art never changes

David Richardson
David Richardson

https://boards.fireden.net/_/search/image/azGKAA853KG4CI2zrRZGXg/

Just fuck off back to /vp/ already

Robert Wright
Robert Wright

Does 3D count?

Connor Cooper
Connor Cooper

Why does she have a beard?

Nathan Cook
Nathan Cook

No, moeshit is too heavily engraved in the industry now. The fat mouthbreathing audience will never go away, and creativity will never come back.

Charles Carter
Charles Carter

More excessive use of 3D maybe.

Jaxson Sanchez
Jaxson Sanchez

Fucking CG

Aaron Brown
Aaron Brown

Anime is dead

Easton Thomas
Easton Thomas

How can you manage to fuck this up?

Hudson Kelly
Hudson Kelly

draw a fuccboi
fuck bitches all day everyday
Why is this allowed?

Jeremiah Thomas
Jeremiah Thomas

Why wouldn't it be? It's great.

Sebastian Perry
Sebastian Perry

user... SOURCE

Oliver Hughes
Oliver Hughes

Artist is makoto skip or makoto daikichi one of these 2 names.

Caleb Bell
Caleb Bell

It's Makoto Daikichi.

His PokeDoujins are amazing.

Gabriel Turner
Gabriel Turner

You just made my morning.

Dylan Bennett
Dylan Bennett

This. Computer generated effects will eventually get good enough that people will stop complaining about them being used, and it'll become a novelty to see a fully hand-drawn animated series.

Joshua Fisher
Joshua Fisher

it'll become a novelty to see a fully hand-drawn animated series.
It already is

Gavin Roberts
Gavin Roberts

this has to be the gayest straight doujin of all time

Kevin Brooks
Kevin Brooks

He could've at least made it futa on male

Jose Thompson
Jose Thompson

Probably, Japan itself is kinda due for some drastic changes what with their economy being shit for 2 decades now and their people not reproducing at all.

Gabriel Nelson
Gabriel Nelson

Disgusting

Nathan Sullivan
Nathan Sullivan

No, never. If the industry switches to complete cg, people will just go back to disney cartoons and shit.

Cameron Young
Cameron Young

Sauce boss?

Liam Wilson
Liam Wilson

ah, after all the straight sex, here comes the gay
they just hit him and go on their way
My dick was rused.

Camden Jackson
Camden Jackson

Is it bad that i thought this was an official mango afaption?

Tyler Clark
Tyler Clark

Can you repeat the question?

Nolan Thompson
Nolan Thompson

The industry is always changing. It changes in a large part due to the pool of previous works that become inspiration for later ones, but also due to the economic situation of the industry.

The big economic downturn of the 2000's hit anime hard because it's never been a very profitable industry with a wide margin for error. To cope, the focus of the industry shifted hard-right towards partnering with publishing companies. Light Novel adaptations are the big zeitgeist in the industry right now, because they mean that the studio has an easy and direct source of funding, and the product is all but guaranteed to succeed thanks to the pre-existing fanbase. Character design is easy because you're just adapting existing designs, you don't need a scenario writer or anything of the sort. It's cheap and easy for the studio and usually makes good returns. Unfortunately, LN popularity tends to be very boom and bust since their release schedules aren't as tight or consistent as manga. The result is flavour of the month popularity that dikes almost as quickly as it comes about, and so there's very rarely, if ever, reason for more than 1 cours adaptations. Publishing companies don't seem to really support their franchises very well unless it turns into a cash cow, and so it's just and endless procession of samey introductions

In the past, manga adaptations had a big position like that, but for whatever reason those have been usurped by LNs and you tend to see fewer major manga adaptations relative to LN ones.

New streaming services like netflix and whatnot are still nascent in Japan and haven't really caught on yet to the same extent they have in the west, but they represent the potential for a distribution platform comparable to the big VHS boom of the 80's and could turn the face of the industry upside down. The west is also in one of those "Japan is cool" phases again that makes them a more attractive market than they were through most of the 2000's

Juan Kelly
Juan Kelly

Will we ever see another drastic change in anime culture, similar to the transition we got from the early 2000s to modern anime?

Robert Reed
Robert Reed

New streaming services like netflix and whatnot are still nascent in Japan and haven't really caught on yet to the same extent they have in the west
This reminds me of something I heard about how the Japanese, despite the image we Westerners have of them as technologically advanced, are actually slow to integrate new technology into their personal lives.

I wonder if that means the media evolution the West is seeing now will take a few more years to hit Japan as you implied.

Jaxon Richardson
Jaxon Richardson

Yes. Everything will be rotoscoped in the future.

Asher Hill
Asher Hill

Even manga?

Evan Hughes
Evan Hughes

Traced manga already exist.

Jason Bailey
Jason Bailey

Punpun was such garbage

Luis Jackson
Luis Jackson

are actually slow to integrate new technology into their personal lives.
Its new
Its cool
Its hip for 3 months
Its a Japanese thing. They understand that a new cool product needs to be "New". You need to rotate your commercials for new ones, for new products, a lot.

Logan Diaz
Logan Diaz

Once more please. This time with a little more flare.

Dylan Wright
Dylan Wright

Did you like solanin?

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