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Is there any anime out there that is more stunning than Garden of Sinners?
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Posted 5/19/13

Not Kuroko no Basuke.


Any of Studio Ghibli's creations.

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Posted 5/19/13
I highly agree with what's been said about Makoto Shinkai, his movies always leave me stunned with how beautiful they look.
I also think that the world in Tekkonkinkreet was pretty amazing to look at, there is so much detail in the city. :)

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Posted 5/19/13 , edited 5/19/13
Indeed Makoto Shinkai has one of most impressive digital animation work out there.He has somewhat started this trend and created a wonderful blend . Miyazaki work art are wonderful too but I prefer Shinkai's work and as a person

NKH INterview
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jECqwCrJwEc

Neko no Shuukai trailer
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WO70ZYk7rV4

Kotonoha no Niwa trailer

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1sIVODKlraQ&feature=player_embedded

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1o6sZ8K3Vy0
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Posted 5/19/13 , edited 5/19/13
spirited away should be mentioned in. 2001 is beyond good
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Posted 5/19/13 , edited 5/19/13
Redline
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2t26m_Q6ENo

This movie is like sex. When it's over you'll wanna lean back, take a moment and light a cigarette.


Animation studio Madhouse spent seven years crafting Redline. The film consists of roughly 100,000 hand-drawn frames. Unlike most contemporary anime, Redline does not contain any 3D CG rendered models. All of the film’s backgrounds, vehicles, and characters were drawn by hand. The film is a lush, wildly creative, exhilarating throwback to the 1980s era of anime when visionary imagination was coupled with fluid and thoroughly detailed animation in films such as Akira, Cool Cool Bye, Birth, Nausicaa, Honneamise, Robot Carnival, X Densh de Iko, Ai City, and Tenshi no Tamago, to name a few. The film’s primary devotees are those that appreciate the distinct visual aesthetics, conceptual dynamics, and technical prowess of top-notch Japanese animation. Redline is a reminder that no other country on Earth produces 2D animation that is as visually and stylistically lush and imaginative and simultaneously as technically accomplished as Japan. The film is heavenly for viewers that enjoy just sinking into a visually complex, artistically brilliant two-dimensional animation world. The movie is fluidly animated pure exuberant imagination on screen.


Only catch... the story is meh. But the art is a masterpiece amoung masterpieces imo.

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Posted 5/20/13 , edited 5/20/13
I would say Fate/Zero

Its the same studio and they've made sure to put in a lot of effort to make it amazing. The visuals alone made my jaw drop. And thats on top of an amazing story. At the very least the visuals are around the same area as garden of sinners and you'll enjoy watching it.

Posted 5/20/13
Honestly, the visuals from Guilty Crown were amazing. If you ever get the chance to watch in 1080p it's stunning. The Monogatari series, Shitai, and visuals from Hansaku Iroha/True Tears are some favorites as well. I'd throw in Clannad & Clannad After Story for good measure since it features some of the best 1080p scene art I've ever seen.
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Posted 5/20/13

rcsatcrunchyroll wrote:

Difficult to judge, IMO. For example, I am frequently stunned by the visuals in many '80s anime, since they had to be created without CG, but several modern shows impress me with what CG has made possible (as opposed to anime in the early '00s, much of which had not quite gotten a handle on how to make CG look good).


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Kara no Kyokai is easily one of the best looking. If Aniplex of America makes a Blu Ray release (that isn't $600), I'd be very, very tempted to buy it. I own it on DVD but you just miss so much beauty (same with streaming it). Since KnK is supposed to be dark and a mystery, it doesnt have the eye popping colors and whatnot as Ghibli and Makoto movies. Just my 2 cents, and I'm not trying to knock anybody who thinks differently. It's like saying the Dark Knight looked bad because it was all dark. Production wise, I don't think much can beat KnK, aside from other ufotable works. But thats all opinion.
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Posted 5/20/13 , edited 5/20/13
both are great but garden of sinners (Kara no Kyokai) is definitely better visually than fate/zero.
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Posted 5/20/13
Hanasaku Iroha maybe.
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Posted 5/20/13
Check on these studios:

Production I.G.
ufotable
P.A. Works
Shaft
Kyoto Animation
GoHands (Mardock Scramble the best quality for this studio I've watched so far)
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Posted 5/20/13

sylvmatic wrote:

Honestly, the visuals from Guilty Crown were amazing.


i'll have to agree w/ this post.

the anime itself was lackluster, but the visuals did not disappoint
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Posted 5/20/13
I sort of find the art style of Bakemonogatari and Nisemonogatari visually stunning... though i guess it's personal preference in the end.
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Posted 5/22/13
I really liked Guilty Crown. I think the animation is pretty good. And I will definitely be looking into all that talk about GoHands Studios. I saw the trailer for Garden of Sinners, and it looks amazing!
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