I like OK K.O. far more than anything SU, honestly. Treating it as is, it's just a fun little show to kill time with for me - the kind that CN could always use more of.For the past year, I’ve been getting into OK K.O! Let’s be Heroes! It’s by no means perfect and I’m aware that not everyone likes the art style, but there’s something about the pencil/crayon-drawn outlines that make it look charming. I also think that different writer/boarder teams for each episode is an interesting setup (when done right)- after a while, you can tell them apart by their own visual means to let the characters emote. I do wish the show would give some secondary characters like Dendy more development rather than just use them as plot devices.
However, yeah - that art-style is not a standard to strive for, even if the animation sometimes for fight scenes is actually pretty good. I think the pilot (Lakewood Plaza Turbo)'s artstyle would have been a better choice, as while it was pretty simplistic itself, it still felt like something unique and original. A sense of soul that isn't all that detectable in the final product for me.
As a result of the pilot's style being tossed out for the final product, this is why I personally think CN should aim to do better by, in the future, taking on people with more original ideas - as in not trying to make so many damn love letter references to anime most of the time (especially something they do that - again, I find rather annoying in SU, for example...), while also at the same time, not relying on cheap art-style decisions, especially.