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    Quote Originally Posted by Mo7ammed Ebrahim View Post
    I didn't know how's how before and I will never know while watching, but after seeing this comparison I liked Tomita the most for some reason.
    To make it simple Tomita and Shida are flashy and detailed, so most people prefer this.

    Quote Originally Posted by thaihoa91 View Post
    Thanks I hope you will make One Piece Film Gold Sakuga, can't wait I really love your Dressrosa video from youtube.
    Actually I'm almost done with it, just there is an issue with the last part of the film, we still don't know who did most of the scenes, we are waiting for Watanabe who was responsible for the final part to confirm the animators. So, I can't release the MAD until the main scenes are known.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jakisuaki View Post
    Awesome stuff. By the way, can you give me the name of the soundtrack(s?) that you used in your OPFZ video?
    GALNERYUS - Vetelgyus

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    Quote Originally Posted by XMURADX View Post
    Dialogue heavy arc, but it had some cool sakuga moments.

    Zou Sakuga MAD
    Holy shit, I don't know if you did that intentionally and I never watch MAD's so I don't know if thats the point, but the music goes so well with some of the parts, especially shida's elephant scene in the end. It was such a fun watch! gave me goosebumps at some points. sweet job :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocelot View Post
    Holy shit, I don't know if you did that intentionally and I never watch MAD's so I don't know if thats the point, but the music goes so well with some of the parts, especially shida's elephant scene in the end. It was such a fun watch! gave me goosebumps at some points. sweet job :P
    Thanks a lot. That's pretty much the point.

  4. #5384

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    For those who want to see a filter before and after the timeskip, please be aware it's dithered because it's a gif, but you get the idea.

    http://imgur.com/a/mFkFK

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropper View Post
    For those who want to see a filter before and after the timeskip, please be aware it's dithered because it's a gif, but you get the idea.

    http://imgur.com/a/mFkFK
    It feels way more severe than that. Take any picture from post-timeskip and increase its contrast and lower its brightness by 10. Voila; Pre-timeskip.

  6. #5386

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropper View Post
    For those who want to see a filter before and after the timeskip, please be aware it's dithered because it's a gif, but you get the idea.

    http://imgur.com/a/mFkFK
    Do they only use the filter for pre-timeskip footage or do they apply it to all post-TS stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreatCaptainUsopp View Post
    Do they only use the filter for pre-timeskip footage or do they apply it to all post-TS stuff?
    Not used pre-ts, the filter is applied from 517 onward. The gif I've shown is the best example you'll see of the filter.
    (EDIT: There is one more slight difference. Those flashbacks scenes have their width decreased by a fraction of a percent, which means the flashback scenes contained in 789 contain a fraction more of image.)

    Of course the main difference people will notice between pre-ts and post-ts episodes is the color palette change.

    On another note does anyone remember flashback during an episode or special where they changed Robin's skin color from tan to pale to match post-ts? The rest of the Straw Hats kept their original palette, can't remember where it was from.
    Last edited by dropper; May 21st, 2017 at 04:15 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropper View Post
    Not used pre-ts, the filter is applied from 517 onward. The gif I've shown is the best example you'll see of the filter.
    (EDIT: There is one more slight difference. Those flashbacks scenes have their width decreased by a fraction of a percent, which means the flashback scenes contained in 789 contain a fraction more of image.)

    Of course the main difference people will notice between pre-ts and post-ts episodes is the color palette change.

    On another note does anyone remember flashback during an episode or special where they changed Robin's skin color from tan to pale to match post-ts? The rest of the Straw Hats kept their original palette, can't remember where it was from.
    It was either Episode of Merry or the recap episode before Zou

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreatCaptainUsopp View Post
    It was either Episode of Merry or the recap episode before Zou
    Wasn't Episode of Merry, it was all new animation. I don't recall any recaps before Zou but I might be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropper View Post
    Wasn't Episode of Merry, it was all new animation. I don't recall any recaps before Zou but I might be wrong.
    Episode 751: Curtain-up on a New Adventure! Arriving at the Phantom Island, Zou!




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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreatCaptainUsopp View Post
    Episode 751: Curtain-up on a New Adventure! Arriving at the Phantom Island, Zou!

    http://i.imgur.com/LcT2H3o.png

    http://i.imgur.com/f92OLYL.png
    My bad, thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropper View Post
    My bad, thank you!
    No problem, I remember thinking how odd it was that they even did it in the first place when the episode first aired

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreatCaptainUsopp View Post
    No problem, I remember thinking how odd it was that they even did it in the first place when the episode first aired
    Strange that they didn't put a filter over any of the flashback scenes of 751 (other than the ones re-drawn/edited), unlike the latest episode where 789 which they did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropper View Post
    Strange that they didn't put a filter over any of the flashback scenes of 751 (other than the ones re-drawn/edited), unlike the latest episode where 789 which they did.
    Can't help but wonder why they added the filter in the first place. It looks terrible.

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    I like the filter that was used in Heart of Gold and the one that was used in 3D2Y even though it's possible that there's no filter there and the thick line art just makes it look like a filter
    Last edited by TheGreatCaptainUsopp; May 22nd, 2017 at 07:46 AM.

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    Is it possible that the show is animated in 720p, and the one of the filters makes it look better upscaled to 1080p similar to a blur effect?
    There was a switch over somewhere between Thriller Bark and Marineford where the sharpness of the outline is reduced somewhat. I believe that's why none of the outlines looks sharp anymore. (This is different than the filter used from the timeskip onward.) You can really see the difference when 751 switches between modified and unmodified animation from Enies Lobby.

    So to recap, from all the 1080p steam episodes (best quality out there):

    - A switch somewhere between Thriller Bark and Marineford where the sharpness is reduced or image is blurred (possibly for better upscaling).
    - A color palette switch - timeskip onward.
    - A filter of some sort that alters the contrast - timeskip onward.
    - Possible color palette switch -Whole Cake Island onward?

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    Sabaody Sakuga MAD.


    The good days with Tate and Onishi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XMURADX View Post
    Sabaody Sakuga MAD.


    The good days with Tate and Onishi.
    I loved it! nice job, onishi is such an excellent animator
    I kinda hope to see him doing
    Spoiler:
    sanji vs luffy

    Do you think thats a realistic expectation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocelot View Post
    I loved it! nice job, onishi is such an excellent animator
    I kinda hope to see him doing
    Spoiler:
    sanji vs luffy

    Do you think thats a realistic expectation?
    He's been MIA since Sabaody, unfortunately. He did some work in the Nebulandia Special / Film Z / Episode of Sabo and has been working on Tiger Mask W lately (Which ends this summer). Fingers crossed that he'll be back to One Piece after TMW ends, but I highly doubt it :(

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    Honestly, I think the only upcoming scene we can call being handled by X animator accurately is Tomita drawing
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    Nami and Carrot's bath scene
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    On Onishi, I have to say that my favorite piece by him I've seen is the battle between Z and Kizaru. By itself it's incredible, but it's also so far beyond anything else I've seen from him before or since, on One Piece or otherwise. In fact, I would go so far as to say that that sequence can stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Yutaka Nakamura.
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