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I myself find the art and animation in Fate/Zero and Strike the Blood as well as Diabolik Lovers all to be amazing mostly because they all have vivid color and interesting detail
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Try Guilty Crown. The animation and art style in that show were both amazing.
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i'm may be biased since i love it so much, but Nagi no Asukara ( a lull in the sea) is the best looking anime i have ever seen.
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If it had anything, K had pretty incredible art.
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36 / M / Planet Sanno
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Almost anything from the '80s. I love the done-by-hand style and the level of detail the animators of the time managed to pack into it despite their other limitations.
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I like Free.
I like how the characters wear different clothes each episode (outside of school uniforms).



love makoto, he looks good in everything.
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I like the Monogatari franchise, Durarara, Ghost in the Shell: SAC, and Steins;Gate styles among others, but too tired to think of a list so these will work for now.
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36 / M / Planet Sanno
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GayAsianBoy wrote:
I like how the characters wear different clothes each episode (outside of school uniforms).


Seconding this. It always bugged me when I watched Bleach and saw that Ichigo wears the exact same T-shirt every single time he has a day off.
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I've always enjoyed Kenichi Sonoda's art. I love his clean lines and attention to detail.

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ufotable definitely have the best technical style going for them (their lighting techniques are unparalleled in anime). Personally though I prefer shows that have really heavy linework along specific edges i.e Redline, Attack on Titan... you get the point.





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House of Five Leaves by Natsume Ono. I like how the eyes are drawn especially MC takes couple episodes to get use to the deer like expressions. When an artist steps out of the mainstream box and does take a chance I give them props
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Garo has one of my favorite artstyles. It's reminiscent of 80s animation artstyles in terms of color and character design. It also has one of my favorite uses of cg in anime. They used the cg pretty much exclusively for the armor, which resulted in giving it a sort of other worldly affect.

Garo also has some pretty slick animations, including one of the best fight scenes I've ever seen animated.

I also really liked the animation/artstyle of the witches and their instances in Madoka and the effects of the demons in Seraph. Seraph would probably be towards the top of the list for artstyle if the humanoids actually matched the artstyle of the background and demon effects.
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I've always liked No /game No Life's art style. It looks nice to me. Only real reason
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Posted 5/13/15 , edited 5/13/15

Jas_Sedai wrote:

i'm may be biased since i love it so much, but Nagi no Asukara ( a lull in the sea) is the best looking anime i have ever seen.


Seconded.
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Akira Amano (KHR, Psycho Pass)
Shushio (Gurren Lagann, FLCL, Kill la Kill)
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