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incaseyouart: Huevember Day 9 also works for Inuvember!Honestly I would not be the person I am today without this anime. It was my first true anime (as in, I dabbled with CCS and Sailor Moon, but never really was “woke” until Inuyasha). I started learning how to draw when I watched this show, I made most of my friends from mutual interest in it, I learned about conventions, got into cosplay (sorta), and just in general gained so many passions because of it. To this day I love re-watching favourite episodes (and there are many) - it remains to be one of the only shows that my partner and I agree on watching together, so that’s important bonding time - and I don’t think I’ll ever stop loving it. Thank you Rumiko Takahashi for this timeless masterpiece <3: VIC incaseyouart: Huevember Day 9 also works for Inuvember!Honestly I would not be the person I am today without this anime. It was my first true anime (as in, I dabbled with CCS and Sailor Moon, but never really was “woke” until Inuyasha). I started learning how to draw when I watched this show, I made most of my friends from mutual interest in it, I learned about conventions, got into cosplay (sorta), and just in general gained so many passions because of it. To this day I love re-watching favourite episodes (and there are many) - it remains to be one of the only shows that my partner and I agree on watching together, so that’s important bonding time - and I don’t think I’ll ever stop loving it. Thank you Rumiko Takahashi for this timeless masterpiece <3

incaseyouart: Huevember Day 9 also works for Inuvember!Honestly I would not be the person I am today without this anime. It was my first...

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celticpyro: Good point. A lot of the problem with the movies Disney is remaking as “live action’ is that they’re not MEANT to be live action. Many of them had a distinct use of art style, talking animals, and visual elements that simply don’t look as nice in a hyperrealistic medium no matter how well you apply special effects. And a lot of elements are so fantastical that you’d need copius amounts of CGI to replicate it in ‘real’ life but you still wouldn’t get the same feel. The digitally-rendered animals in The Lion King look awkward. Dumbo looks nightmarish with his humanlike eyes. Beauty and the Beast felt lackluster with its dull realism instead of the saturated animation. Now, Atlantis and Treasure Planet would work brilliantly in a realistic medium because it deals with mostly-human characters and visual effects in those movies would transition flawlessly into live action. The alien creatures of Treasure Planet, the pirate’s ships and technology would look beautiful if rendered into realism. Atlantis would work even better with an all-human cast and their technology, and it’d doubly work as a chance to cast nonwhite actors into lead roles. : Timeless classics disney shouldn't ruin DUMB0 LIO JungleBook underrated action packed disney movies perfect for live action adaptations I REASuru celticpyro: Good point. A lot of the problem with the movies Disney is remaking as “live action’ is that they’re not MEANT to be live action. Many of them had a distinct use of art style, talking animals, and visual elements that simply don’t look as nice in a hyperrealistic medium no matter how well you apply special effects. And a lot of elements are so fantastical that you’d need copius amounts of CGI to replicate it in ‘real’ life but you still wouldn’t get the same feel. The digitally-rendered animals in The Lion King look awkward. Dumbo looks nightmarish with his humanlike eyes. Beauty and the Beast felt lackluster with its dull realism instead of the saturated animation. Now, Atlantis and Treasure Planet would work brilliantly in a realistic medium because it deals with mostly-human characters and visual effects in those movies would transition flawlessly into live action. The alien creatures of Treasure Planet, the pirate’s ships and technology would look beautiful if rendered into realism. Atlantis would work even better with an all-human cast and their technology, and it’d doubly work as a chance to cast nonwhite actors into lead roles.

celticpyro: Good point. A lot of the problem with the movies Disney is remaking as “live action’ is that they’re not MEANT to be live ac...

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