>>12555>all of this shit is cope
No, not really. Helluva Boss is not that good compared to older material, made using comparably more lacking tech. >would’ve been considered a marvel in the 80s
LMAO you clearly have not seen 80s animated films and series. >said it yourself that the tech available allows single artists to pull off shit entire teams can make
Yes, people that do it for free on youtube make better animations and ideas than the current mainstream of animation, because computers permit talent to independently function a little and not get immediately pigeonholed into exploitative animation studios (though that is the eventual outcome). See pic related. My point is that entire teams of "pros" TODAY are producing mediocre results at best despite all the tech and money they have compared to their predecessors in the 90s and 80s. >ooga booga not popular enough
Not an argument, but nice scarecrow. Mainstream means definitive of the average trend, not relatively obscure outliers. Thus my argument stands. >Le Rick and Morty <Hurr muh noodle arm is improving!
The artstyle is bland and the plots are a combination of Doctor Who and Futurama but "le edgy funnies". The animation is actually less impressive than Family Guy and Futurama, the former being a dumpsterfire of a series and the latter being over a decade old at this point.
Pic related >Anon you’re coping, modern animation is fine <Professional Animators repeatedly speaking about the degradation of animation and art-style is nothing, it's fine
Сказал тот у кого нескем сравнивать >>12556>It's for le kidz
Animation is generally for kids, but that doesn't mean it should be trash, if anything that makes it even more important, as children up to the age of 12 are very impressionable, and according to research, incapable of discerning fiction or reality; thus a bratty, shitty main character behaving like a retard and it getting laughed off or approved tells kids "yeah, that's a good thing to emulate".
A little crude and dumb humor and silly shit is fine, that's the freedom of animation, but there is a difference in having moderated fun and just being a brainless Tik-tok-tier idiot that has a 5 second attention span.
For many (young) kids, seeing a crude joke and many colors is enough to satisfy their sense of humor and adventure. What do they really know of irony and complex motives and moral themes or questions and long form humor, the stuff of beauty in sequential and written art? Very little. BUT the purpose of a good cartoon is to weave such ideas in an understandable way as you tell a fun story, thus Avatar The Last Airbender being a benchmark for animated story telling in Western media.
A kid accustomed to crappy quality content, grows to be an impulsive consumer accustomed to shitty quality content. A consumer accustomed to shit quality content is easy to milk for money. Do this to en masse and you basically have slaves, whose primary belief is trading a "pay so much, get so little" and as a consequence, the masses descend into utterly lacking quality control while corporate swine bathe in the misbegotten money of a whole generation raised two steps more into slavery as they are turned into infantile manchildren that cry about dumb shit (see the entirety of /co/ for an example of that).
TL;DR: "A children’s story which is enjoyed only by children is a bad children’s story." – C. S. Lewis