It's unnecessary and it bloats the page. The other panels could benefit without these unnecessary panels.Miracles wrote: Well...It seems it's just a matter of Toyotaro's taste and necessities against yours. I didn't think those panels demonstrating choreography were a problem.
Here are two examples. One from Toriyama and one from Toyotaro:
I think we can agree Toriyama's is much better. This is because Toriyama has a better understanding on how to story board these panels. These panels look great because they are large enough for Toriyama to bring forth his artistic capabilities in the best way possible. He understands that if he draws too many panels on one page, the art quality would decrease; too many panels on one page will hinder his drawing capabilities. He also limits the amount of dialogue between characters so that it doesn't consume the entire panel/page. Toyotaro fails to understand this sometimes.
Other mangaka do better than him as well. Take Kohei Horikoshi for example.
I'm just trying to say that Toyotaro's art could benefit if he learns to get rid of scenes (and maybe dialogue as well) that could be cut out to benefit the art quality, as well as the flow of these scenes. There is absolutely no reason for us to see Hit winding up a kick that has little to no impact. Scenes like those are reserved for the anime.
There could be a lot more to discuss but I guess it's not as interesting as a topic to most people other than me. It's pretty much critiquing his story boarding. It's pretty repetitive and uninspiring at times.TKA wrote:I don't see a need to further reply.
I'm not. What's there to discuss? This discussion is boring and only ends in one of two positions: "I like it," or "I don't like it." There's not a lot to learn there.Exline wrote:I'm honestly loving the discussion surrounding Toyotaro's panelling.
I loved watching Episodes like 108 and 131 in the anime because of how well directed they were (directed by the same person I believe). It felt like we were watching an actual quality product for once as opposed to previous episodes that felt like they were drawn by some youtuber testing his animation skills in Macromedia Flash.