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Shokew

Trial by Fire! Trial by Fire!
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Wouldn't surprise me, Berke should've knew better before he signed the check, but of course, any movie is not always going to follow the book to the letter.
The Harry Potter Movies all say HI to that cold hard truth you speak - but I'm sure that's not a good example; neither are The Lord of The Rings OR the Hobbit Movies.....
 
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Johnny Bravo

Bravokin
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In response to Enter's statement that motion capture is used to "sidestep creativity": No.

Motion capture is used... stay with me here... to capture motion. Although motion capture is intended to give animated characters more fluid and realistic movement, the unfortunate reality is that most of the time the sets and character models simply won't match the action, causing characters to look as if they're floating or make them seem puppet-like.

But getting back to the point, Milo's capture motion was provided by Seth Green, a grown-ass man who looks nothing like the character he plays. Would it kill you to do a quick Google search?
 

Clay Claymore

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But getting back to the point, Milo's capture motion was provided by Seth Green, a grown-ass man who looks nothing like the character he plays. Would it kill you to do a quick Google search?
Considering that he couldn't do a Google search about Zatch Bell's voice actress or Cupid's first appearance in the "Fairly OddParents," I assume that he is incapable of doing just that.
 

DrChristianTroy

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@CuriousBystander: Motion capture is simply an updated version of rotoscoping, which had pretty much the same effect; it only worked if you wanted an unreal, mystical effect (see the walrus in "Minnie the Moocher" or the Blue Fairy in Pinocchio).
So now Enter is getting bitchy because a tool when creating animation isn't what he likes. He is going to lose his shit if he ever watches A Scanner Darkly.
 

StateOfMind

The hamster that ate your trefoils.
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Whoops, sorry. That should have been obvious. In that case yes, you should make a thread.
On a side-note the video is actually working. But sadly it's loading terribly since it's ZippCast, of course.
Hmmm...alright.
Are we like the only ones online now..?
 

Steamboat_Bill

Going to beat the record of the Robert E. Lee
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If he thinks this is annoying he hasn't even scraped the barrels of shows designed to pander to the Youth of Today. (Yo Yogi, anyone? And I could probably think of something even worse if I put my mind to it.)

He could suffer less from repetitiveness if he went for easy targets made before he was born - Bucky and Pepito, Paddy the Pelican, anything on Jerry Beck's Cartoon Dump show. Or try something that nobody thinks sucks. But he has no new opinions - thus...

Also... didn't Hey Arnold! do that same plot? I remember an episode where Arnold and Gerald play hooky and get the worst of it, while the kids who stayed at school got the best of it. Are you going to do that as an atrocity?
 
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Someone

Stop gendering genitals!
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If he thinks this is annoying he hasn't even scraped the barrels of shows designed to pander to the Youth of Today. (Yo Yogi, anyone? And I could probably think of something even worse if I put my mind to it.)

He could suffer less from repetitiveness if he went for easy targets made before he was born - Bucky and Pepito, Paddy the Pelican, anything on Jerry Beck's Cartoon Dump show. Or try something that nobody thinks sucks. But he has no new opinions - thus...

Also... didn't Hey Arnold! do that same plot? I remember an episode where Arnold and Gerald play hooky and get the worst of it, while the kids who stayed at school got the best of it. Are you going to do that as an atrocity?
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Enter's notion of pandering is confusing, he thinks a show that uses fart jokes because they know children will like it(not because they think kids will like it), is pandering.
But when his pony show panders to the manchildren that watch it, is a "fandom nod"
 
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