Post by Scrooge MacDuck on Jun 13, 2019 19:11:03 GMT
It's not *exactly* the style of the Paul Rudisch shorts, I know. But it's in thesame ballpark, I feel. Simplified designs that kinda forget about perspective, Toonboom-style "almost-"hand-drawn animation, flat colors, exaggerated (and ugly) facial expressions.
Post by TheMidgetMoose on Jun 13, 2019 20:08:35 GMT
I must admit that I don't find the art style quite as bad as others on this thread seem to. That's not to say I wouldn't prefer if it were in the style of the classic shorts, but this style isn't awful. It really depends on what they do with this style. Will the animation be fluid, or will it look really bad? Will the characters make gross and over-exaggerated facial expressions, or will the "that looks disgusting" line never be crossed? If the show manages to have fluid animation and doesn't go overboard with facial expressions, I think I'll like the style just fine. It's not my preferred style, but it looks nice enough.
In the original comics, Chip n Dale live in a tree where Donald was an enemy. In the upcoming TV series on Disney+, they instead to live in the big city. I think that Tress MacNeille and Corey Burton will reprise their roles as Chip n Dale.
The into has been posted to Youtube a while ago: m.youtube.com/watch?v=LfVQp6tE0WE Fair is fair, the art style looks better than the one in the image that came with the announcement. Although it still has that unmistakable generic ultra-stylized appearance, of course. Also, to my surprise, it looks like the show will take place in Duckburg? Besides Pluto, I spotted Donald, and even a Beagle Boy! I’m curious how they’ll handle this.