I don't see any problem with them, so, yes I am
Unrelated but in case anyone missed:
EDIT: Update, watching 681 and already 2 shots with blood have been censored. Is this just because of the terrorists events that occurred at the same time, or do they purposely remove blood for broadcast? I distinctly remember Dressrosa lacking a lot of blood...
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Two things I'm wondering about that I'm hoping you guys will be able to answer:
What happened to Kenji Kuroyanagi, Katsumi Ishizuka, Naoki Tate and Ryo Onishi? They were among some of my favourite animators on the show, but I haven't seen them work on it since atleast fishman island/punk hazard, which deeply saddens me. Are they working on Tiger Mask W or some other Toei show? I know TMW is ending this summer, and I'm wondering if there's any chance some of them will return to One Piece.
Ishizuka's apparently been working on stand-alone projects for Toei recently, though he did pop in a few times for small Dressrosa cuts (which weren't anything special at all). Tate is on Dragon Ball Super (check out Goku's and 17's fight in this week's episode), Kuroyanagi is on Tiger Mask W, and I think Onishi might be too?
toei should bring more talented animators
We cant just wait until tiger mask or dragon ball super end and hoping they will come back working to one piece again , or moving on another toei project
i know its expensive , but i hope they can find a strategy to make balance
and sorry If my answer is long ^^
Can anyone explain this? I can't get my head around it, did Toei fix an error? To the left is Blu-Ray, to the right is the Funi stream (which I assume is the same as broadcast right?)
Is it true that Nagamine is taking over as series director? If so, I'm really thrilled since I absolutely loved Film Z. If it is true, then this, along with Ichikawa as the new CAD, has to be one of the most exciting things that has ever happened to the One Piece anime.
"I always think that true geniuses are those who excrete their ideas and creations literally like shit, then flush them and never care." -- A fan on Toriyama Akira
I was wondering if you guys could explain some of the changes made to the anime after the timeskip. It's very easy to notice that skin tones are more monotone and colors are more washed out; everything seems brighter.
What were some of the decisions behind these changes and is there anything else that is notably different after the timeskip?
color designer, Character designer, and series director have been changed few years before timeskip, however the master character settie and color settie already have been made for the crew by the old staffer, but since the crew members appearance have been changed after 2 years, they start designing them as a new characters.
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