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Favorite Anime Art Style?
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Kara no Kyoukai's style and Fate/Zero both done by Ufotable and both look jaw dropping
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Stuff by A-1, SHAFT (for the most part lol), and PA Works usually make some of my favorite animation and character designs
Also really like Mayo Chiki's character designs as well
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Basilisk, Ergo Proxy, and Wolf's Rain. I like how clean-cut, detailed, and vivid the art are. Plus, I prefer the anatomy of anime characters to be at least fairly realistic.
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K-onfan1 wrote:

Steins; Gate VN was the best I have seen.


this. I really love Huke's art.
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i don't really mind what style, as long as the anime is engaging!
Posted 3/15/13

aidenraine wrote:


K-onfan1 wrote:

Steins; Gate VN was the best I have seen.


this. I really love Huke's art.


to bad it wasn't int he anime but i don't think it would really fit moving and shit
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Bones, Brain's Base and Madhouse animation usually looks pretty good.

I also like Redline's vivid style, Fate/Zero smoothness and even One Piece's cartoonish approach. All about context, I guess.
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Gintama, Hajime No Ippo, Fairy Tail. The art style is just really nice and modern-ish to me.
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SHAFT always manages to have the funniest QUALITY animation.


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I'm really enjoying the art style of Nisemonogatari. Though the subject material may not be for everyone.
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yea, it's hard to translate something that's drawn well for still images into something that would work in motion. they did a decent enough job for the anime, though.
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yea, it's hard to translate something that's drawn well for still images into something that would work in motion. they did a decent enough job for the anime, though.


Well Vn>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>anime any day but I think everyone already knows that
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Nisemonogatari
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aeb0717 wrote:

Basilisk, Ergo Proxy, and Wolf's Rain. I like how clean-cut, detailed, and vivid the art are. Plus, I prefer the anatomy of anime characters to be at least fairly realistic.


Shigurui: Death Frenzy's art style is pretty realistic, to give another example.
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Shrapnel893 wrote:


aeb0717 wrote:

Basilisk, Ergo Proxy, and Wolf's Rain. I like how clean-cut, detailed, and vivid the art are. Plus, I prefer the anatomy of anime characters to be at least fairly realistic.


Shigurui: Death Frenzy's art style is pretty realistic, to give another example.


Yes, though the name isn't something that I normally remember. I did watch it a few months ago.
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