jjgp1112 wrote:And that's precisely the "SUPER WITH Z COLORS" nonsense I was talking aboutNeo-Makaiōshin wrote:This edits prove that you can replicate the old school shading and detail art from cels using digital tools:Kokonoe wrote:I disagree with this because I have yet to find a single anime or cartoon that gets anywhere near the level of shading and detail that cel art.
In my experience when looking at Super they are trying to do all these things to emulate the old cel art look and it...always looks off, it's too shiny on their muscles and hair, or just too bright.
Stuff like this you just won't see in digital art.
In comparison this is much more brighter and lacks the shading that cel art would bring.
* https://www.deviantart.com/salvamakoto/ ... -620932589
* https://www.deviantart.com/salvamakoto/ ... -644891576
* https://www.deviantart.com/salvamakoto/ ... -646048255
..but it looks..better? the contrast is way too high but compare the stills side by side one has much more of an impact than the other. Super's color palette while being overly bright and "kiddish" is also incredibly dull and rarely adds anything to the scene. The color compositions in Super are also very lacking.