Wohoo! Sakuga! It’s been a while since I did a dedicated post to the art of animation and since I’ve been back into anime anyway, I decided to write about the way animation perceives the sense of “Acceleration” and “Deacceleration”.
With Tales of Zestiria the X, studio ufotable once again impresses quite the chunk of the anime community with their visual design and rises to quite a popularity, even among people who don’t know anything about the “Tales of” series, like me for example. So after especially episode 3 impressed me animation-wise I decided to analyze the fight between Alisha and the assassin, only to notice a lot more details which were put into these cuts…with both negative and positive results
-My first Sakuga Post on my blog. It took quite a while to actually get to it, because of Studying and Umineko and Dark Souls and Devil May Cry and (….). First I thought It would take even longer but then I met the work of In-Seung Choi and with that I immediately knew what my first Sakuga Post on this blog will be about.