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Does 3D animation have as many liberals in the industry as 2D seems to have nowadays?
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north america doesn't do 3D animated TV shows, so you only have amateurs who make porn for patreonbux, and californians who animate for big-budget animated films. one of them is liberal, i'll give you one guess as to which.
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yes
haven't you seen what happened with battlefield 5 and wolfenstein 2?
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Wtf, why did they make Lapis shorter?
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>>665206
Yes anon, and we're all modelling guns.
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>>665206
firstly you're conflating the term "liberal" with people who are for high government economic regulation and dislike personal liberty so that would mean they're authoritarian in the two main axis of government libertarian in neither regard and certainly not liberal. I would say it's not filled with those kinds of people and is mostly filled with shitlords but that could just be the types of people I associate myself with.
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>>665268
The power of inconsistent storyboard and poor quality control.

>>665206
Not from what I can tell. Most of it's either farmed to Asia, or in the VFX sector, which is comparable to the Anime industry when it comes to how shitty of conditions it entails.
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>>665565
>The power of inconsistent storyboard and poor quality control.
I don't think so, cartoon shows often review their character designs and make small revisions over the seasons at a rate slow enough that you only really notice the difference when you jump all the way back to the start. Never watched Steven U, but I've seen it happen to other shows back when I watched cartoons. Lapis is the blue one (i believe), screenshot on the left is obviously newer due to the quality. From a design standpoint it makes sense to change their heights a little to give each character more distinction, though maybe such a late change wasn't a good idea.
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>>665207
What happened to shows like Jimmy Neutron?
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>>665739
Good question
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>>665566
It's also worth noting that in that show the character's bodies are chosen by the characters themselves, like transformers, so it's not strange to see inconsistency there.
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>cartoons made to teach good morals and be kind
>empathetic characters that are relatable

"Wtf why are there so many liberals in this field?"
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>>666238
You know what's a good show for kids that hasn't been made by liberals? Archer.
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>>665206
.....yes.
The entertainment industry has been, and forever shall be, infected with commies.
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>>666254
Liberals ≠ commies
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>>665566
No, if you've seen the show for an extended period of time, you'd know how everything looks different not just from episode to episode, but shot to shot.

It's not just the Gems that are affected, Even the humans can looks very different between storyboarders.
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>>665206
Of course it is and forever will. Non-liberal cunts only thinking about their wallet and how to exploit others. It's not the right mindset for an art career.
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>>665739
They were shit.
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>>665208
>/v/ and redpilled
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>>665206
>Does 3D animation have as many liberals in the industry as 2D seems to have nowadays?
Your just going to be a workhorse for someone elses creative vision so it doesn't matter.
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>>666238
Empathetic and kind, but only if you share the same globohomo views as us.
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Depends on the department, If you want to get into character modelling like 90% of this board then yes.
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>>665566
(The 2nd frame is from a more recent episode)



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