COMIC Hmmm is Animation just like Filming? resolution wise?

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  1. Kira Yamato

    Kira Yamato New Member

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    got me thinking you know how Movies are made wayyyyyyyyy passed resolutions that are out of reach to consumers then they are resized to whatever resolution (1080p/720)

    is it the same way with Anime?

    can something be drawn and put on blu-ray as 1080p?



    highly debating to start picking up blu-ray anime, oh for everyone that doesnt know USA has been added to REGION 1, the same region as Japan so we can watch Anime Blu-ray without hassle of buying a asian blu-ray player but having subs is something i dont know if they will have it


    Utawarerumono in 1080p Blu-ray RAW (absolutely looks stunning)

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    http://www.nyaatorrents.org/?page=download&tid=9951

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    http://www.nyaatorrents.org/?page=download&tid=9995

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    http://www.nyaatorrents.org/?page=download&tid=10431&key=SEED


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  2. 触手強姦姫 ap13

    触手強姦姫 ap13 ………Anime Crew For Life!……… ……………………O Wait………………… …

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    i'm not entirely certain how they make anime these days, but i'd assume it has a lot of digital assistance so i guess its produced by default in HD.

    only gay thing about hd is it really shows off imperfections like when they don't put a lot of detail into something because you wouldn't really be able to tell the difference on typical rez.
     
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    It's most done with computer software these days if I'm not mistaken.
     
  4. Kira Yamato

    Kira Yamato New Member

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    for some reason when i took those screenshots it looks like shit but when its playing it shines
     
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    now the only thing we need to know is

    now that we are Region 1 with Japan, are blu-ray discs gonna be subbed already
     
  6. So whats your opinion on Utawarerumono, or did you just grab these for the point of being big?

    Like so,

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  7. 触手強姦姫 ap13

    触手強姦姫 ap13 ………Anime Crew For Life!……… ……………………O Wait………………… …

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    yeah, i've seen some examples that make me want to puke.
     
  8. ramennoodles

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    Some animation is done where a 2d image is given a bone structure (similar to a 3D model), then the bone structure is moved and the character follows. This is done with some Cartoon Network shows.

    Other times they hand draw it, then use a computer to add line art and add color.

    Some people just do it all by hand since when it's compressed, you can't tell. For example, scan a regular piece of paper. The resolution is far past 1920x1080, so when you compress, you can't tell that they used a sharpie to outline it

    This is what they usually use for mangas and comics. They use a sheet of paper around 18"x24", color it in, then scan it into a computer where the bubbles and special text are added.

    Some cartoons such as South Park use FULL 3D, but not in the sense of constant usage of spheres, cubes, pyramids, etc. They can just use planes (flat 2D shapes) on an infinite amount of layers. When you look head on, you can't tell, but rotate the camera and you can tell. This is how they moved from basic construction paper animation when they first started to large complex animations like in the newer ones.


    :dunno: I don't know ALL of it, but just what I have learned and seen
     
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    [email protected]: utawarerumono was pretty good but got kinda gayed near the end. also, if anything it moved too fast.
     
  10. gthesob

    gthesob the fun machine took a shit and died OT Supporter

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    There's a big difference between a single frame and seeing it in action.
     

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