https://youtu.be/tg52up16eq0This shit looks incredible. The comic-style shading, the strong palette, the visual direction is just purely ridiculous. And they even have stepped animation! Now this, this is what NPR should be.
That shit does look good.
>>644308chromatic aberration for depth of field instead of blur and glorious smear framesI can't wait for behind the scenes and hopefully they will share everything
Looks great, actually original ideas and style. I've been hyped since I saw the first trailer.Shame about the frame rate though. I realized it's stepped, but it just comes off as 15fps to me rather than that traditional animation look. Lego movie got the stepped look right without it looking low fps. At least it'll be easy enough to get over during the film though. Seriously can't wait to see that shit in 4k, it's gonna be a visual feast.
>>644312>Lego movie got the stepped look right without it looking low fps.Wasn't Lego Movie going for a stop-motion look though? Traditional animation's typically around 12-16fps, anyway, so 15fps sounds like it's in the ideal range for mimicking that.
>>644338well, nice to know you don't know what you are talking about.
>>644336Traditional animation is keyframe based and ends up at around 24fps (I'm pretty sure). If we're talking movie quality animation, 15fps is way too low. That's like what you see on a budget straight to video Disney movie compared to an actual feature animation. You're not really mimicking anything just dropping fps. Then again, in traditional animation, they do animate keyframes on 2's generally, and 1's during detailed action scenes. So I guess in that regard, "technically" it's animated at 12-15fps. 2d still doesn't look as jerky as when it does with 3d, and in this instance the trailer. It looks more like it's actually just 15fps, and not animated on 2's at 24fps. What I mean for the Lego movie, is that even though it's going for that stop motion look, it was still animated in a way that didn't make it look like just a drop in fps. They did that extra step to make it look purposeful. That's the kind of effort you'd expect of a feature length film, especially of this class. This just comes off as that low fps 3d anime shit that Netflix puts out.
>>644308I was going to watch it when I saw first trailer, but then I learned that the director, Peter Ramsey is woke pro-antifa https://www.oneangrygamer.net/2018/07/spider-man-into-the-spider-verse-director-supports-antifa-calls-fans-entitled-little-bitches/62957/
>>644348o no im sry! plz dnt hrt u big strg alph mal
Looking at the thumbnail, I thought that was a woman giving a blowjob. I am fucked.
>>644338>>forced cast of minorities.>movie is based on an arc that occurred in 2014>black teen spiderman originated in 2011>japanese schoolgirl spiderman originated in 2014 too>rest of the spidermen are white (well the pig's a pig i guess)>no other strongly ethnic characters typical of minority casts present like hispanics>cast is still ultimately 50%+ white just that the leads are black>REEE HOLLYWOOD HATES WHITE PEOPLE NOW!!!!>>644348>implying it's alpha to hate othersThat's why you're not a Chad, anon.>>644342If you frame-scrub (with , and .), you can tell they've pretty much done the whole on twos with action scenes on ones shebang (plus a ton of other really neat visual effects). I guess they could've stuttered it in post rather than properly doing it keyframe by keyframe which I'd imagine ruins the charm of traditional animation. It looks fine to me though. And it's a very far cry from "muh netflix anime", imo. That's just pure garbage.>>644353Ugh, fuck. Typical of Sony Animation though. Remember The Emoji Movie and how its director described it as "the tale of how society rejected me"? (the director's actually gay)Oh well, I prefer disconnecting art from its creators and just enjoying it as is. I'm not gonna cuck my viewing pleasure just because the person behind it goes against my beliefs. Unless they've actively charged some political agenda in their work, it's kinda stupid to go "ew no" and deprive yourself of what's gonna either be good or at least a unique experience. And as far as I can tell, this is a pretty innocent movie void of "muh politics!!"
>>644357>>black teen spiderman originated in 2011I can't believe he's managed to be so shit for seven fucking years. Bendis needs a medal.
>>644357>I prefer disconnecting art from its creatorsYes, you can definitely separate art from the artist, but I got reasons for not doing that. We live in world where you vote with your wallet. I'm not going to delusion myself that marvel animation is going to do badly, but I refuse to support those people. Same thing happened to Star Wars, and people left their mark.I'm not going to bash on people who simply want to see fun animation, like yourself.
>>644357>Unless they've actively charged some political agenda in their work, it's kinda stupid to go "ew no" and deprive yourself of what's gonna either be good or at least a unique experience.That's a sensible stance. How do you feel about it if you have to pay for access to the content? I'm honestly interested, I assume maybe you're talking only about free/"free" content.
>>644369>We live in world where you vote with your wallet.>>644384>How do you feel about it if you have to pay for access to the content?Well, for starters, I'm not really an avid movie-goer. I do prefer watching shit in the comfort of my home with some bluray rip off rarbg. But in the event I get my lazy ass out of the house 'cause the boys want to watch whatever movie's out there, I don't mind paying for it. Now, like the other anon said:>I refuse to support those people.Which is a very valid point. I don't want to financially support people that go against my beliefs either. But there's quite a few other factors here. The biggest of which is that the director isn't the one getting all my cash. The actors get some, the people behind the scenes get some, hell, the cinema gets some too. The most important thing here is that it's virtually impossible that everyone that worked on the movie shares the same ideology and thoughts. So while a few pennies regrettably goes to The Devil Himself, I'm not just throwing all my dollars at some kind of agenda I hate. Plus, it's not like this is inherently political. CGI and moviemaking are ultimately creative industries built around escapism, so people generally already dislike the idea of politically charging them.The point I'm making here is that while it's inevitable that I do end up supporting something I'm against, I still find some amount of solace in the fact that at least parts of it go to furthering an industry that I (and probably the rest of us considering the board we're on) genuinely admire.
>>644392Take it this way too: you're a passionate director who's suddenly had his big break and you're pulling in millions left and right. What's the logical move here? Do you 1) go apeshit and start funnelling all that cash into blasting some insane propaganda, or 2) make the wise decision of investing back into your career to make even better movies in the future? Obvious choice (if you're sane), right? Call me naive for assuming everyone's gonna choose numero dos, but I unfortunately do and as such I think that that cut that does go to the big bad man himself doesn't entirely go to _him_, but rather his work, which would be something I enjoy.
you fuck do realize this is 2d , right?
>>644308looks cheaply written and cheaply directed. But since it's new will be defended by childern that pretend to be in the industry.>lines on forms that serve no aesthetics other than to look like a failed attempt at mimicking comic book inking>over saturated colors with xxxxl screentones SCREAMS tackiness>shoulder girdles are pretty much stuck in the same position for a character known to be like a contortionist.>AND WHERE THE FUCK ARE ALL THE SHADOWS?>bubble lipped black people.>dull voice acting. They sound like they phoned it in.Money says this was outsourced like the bottom fell out before the production even got started.
>>644392What you wrote here is true, it is really hard to support works that made by people who all have same political views. The difference here, and in other places is that not every work has people virtue signaling, attacking fans, and straight up telling people to not spend money if they disagree with them. If those people acted more professional and kept unbiased political image, we wouldn't have this conversation, but these days anyone can have their own platform, and many people feel like they have things to say, and want to influence people.It's a big problem when you e.g. follow an artist on a twitter, because you want to see their works, and end up seeing their opinion on politics.
Oh wait, this isn't a cgi remake of that spiderman porn? Fuck this shit then.
>>644308>that lazy animation>those backgroundsewww
I am deeply conflicted. On one hand, it looks cool.On the other hand, that spiderman is a negro.On the third hand, it is an alternate universe spiderman, so it kind of make sense that spiderman is a negro then?But then it's animated at 3 FPS.Kind of getting mixed message there.
>>644432A negro that has to be taught by a white how to properly be a Spiderman.Even if we live in a different universe, there are multiversal constants we cannot escape from. This is the moral of the film.
>>644308black spidey got a dad, and he's a copredpilled as fuck
>>644432The artstyle is the only redeeming quality of this shit, everything else is pure garbage.
>>644432The frames are supposed to be choppy, giving it a comic-book-like paneled vibe. I'm excusing it, but the FPS is intentionally low.
>>644477That's not really an excuse though.Comics aren't animated in the first place. There's other ways of mimicking a comic style than something like dropping frame rate. It just comes off as half-assed. I can't believe they made this film, looked at its 13fps and said "Yeah, das it mane. That's EXACTLY what we were going for."I mean don't get me wrong, I still like the way the film looks and I think it's neat and worth a watch, but damn that frame rate kills the vibe totally.Then again, there's nothing really we can do about it, so all I can do is complain about it and move on.
It looks really good, but some character designs suck, like that sidecut Gwen Stacy. Peter Parker also looks awful.Some characters deserved a more classic Romita or even better, Ditko approach.
Can the idiots from /pol/ please just keep their politics shit over there? You can't talk about anything other than white identity politics on 4Chan anymore. It's annoying as fuck.
>they pair the nigra with a wh*te girltiresome
>>644845What's particularly funny about Finn is that they took one of the deepest and most multi-dimensional character concept of SW (guilt-driven ex-storm-trooper), put a black guy face into it, and proceeded to make him a buffoon and a walking joke for the rest of the movies.Sasuga Kathleen. Real anti-racist there. Real progressive.
>>644311>I can't wait for behind the scenes and hopefully they will share everythingThey are at least having a panel tomorrow at Adobe MAX but I don't see anything about it being recorded. I really wanna see how they did it though. https://www.adobe-max.com/connect/sessionDetail.ww?SESSION_ID=8515&tclass=popup
>>64484910/10 point of view on the matterEpisode 8 is a mistake on par with Episode 1
>>644544JRJ is fucking shit