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Agreed. I think thats why they use CGI, to reduce that burden. You need to draw the key pictures. The movements and other things can be added by using computer. You see there is no acceptable human looking 3d. Many tried photo realistic and failed. So unless studio ghibli invents a totally innovative way to represent geometrically correct human and other things i feel they will stick to 2d. Thats why anime is in 2d. There are even more genious people in other studios they did not start 3d. We actally had a discussion about soft looking 3d of west vs edged 3d of the east. It seems for children those soft 3d might be good enough but for adult it may not be the case


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I saw this video today show some awesome footage of the caterpillar film

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V59VXRN1YnU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2tOLbZLpWE








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yup buddy it seems there was indeed some 3D in catterpillar film. So sorry. I did not think it was possible.


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its a uniquely Miyazaki film, one only he could make and its uniqueness places it beyond being easily critiqued.[About Porco Rosso]
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LOL



Was it your name

edit: looking at https://youtu.be/-2tOLbZLpWE?t=1080 I was like O M G. who brings the computer that slow to animate stuff in 2015? it's only single character there, and it is already choppy in edit mode. I don't understand these people.


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Can we say for certain that the new Miyazaki feature-length film being worked on for 2019/2020 is based upon his Boro the Caterpillar film?

Some sources make it sound as though he is taking the short film, and expanding it into a feature-length film.

Others make it sound as though because he was working on the short, he felt inspired to create a feature, but they don't say it's a feature version of Boro.


What do other people surmise? Is the new Miyazaki feature going to be a feature-length version of Boro the Caterpillar? Or a new film altogether the plot of which we do not yet know?


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just watch the youtube documentary linked to by savior, it's the source of this information.


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He does not want to be 21st century person. He wants to remain in the 20th century. If he could he would have drawn every frame by himself. You can read plenty articles about him in nausicsa.net . I am sure his lifestyle will amaze you, i guess it is one of the main reason why i am a great fan of studio ghibli.



No, you know what? It's way simpler than that. Just look at him - he is old. His hair is white, his body is weak, can't work as much as before, because the strain is too much for the old man... what am I getting at here? Like any old man, he just wants to go back to the time when he was young, and that coincidentally is the time without all that stuff he rejects. He is not unique in this regard at all, every old man is like this. The opposite people are unique, those who accept the times when they suffer.


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You have this amazing ability to make your points always seem offensive, makc. You could have written the same opinion without making veiled attacks on the person you're discussing. The way you write your posts and your general attitude is the main reason no-one on the Tavern engages with you. And you've been told this before numerous times.

You are also wrong. Many of Miyazaki's films use a great deal of CGI and computer assisted art going back at least to Spirited Away.

"Every old man is like this."

How can you make such a blanket assertion? have you spoken to every old man on the planet and got his opinion on the subject?

Plenty of old people embrace modern technology. I have a 93 year old lady neighbour and she uses the internet, does online banking, uses Skype to talk to her daughter in Canada and streams online movies. She has an iPhone as well.

You're being offensive again - and wrong.

Write whatever you wish in response to this, I'm not going to reply.


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Write whatever you wish in response to this, I'm not going to reply.

What about haiku then?
quote:
warming spring days
a tired old man
sloughs off his age
(by hap rochelle)


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Originally posted by makc
What about haiku then?
quote:
warming spring days
a tired old man
sloughs off his age
(by hap rochelle)



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In Japanese characters perhaps haiku.. It is a good poem, regardless...

Perhaps in English?

With warming Spring days,
A tired feeling old man,
Then sloughs off his age

English Haiku?? by husky paraphrasing hap rochelle


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I read there should be certain number of syllables, but does it even make sense in any other language than japanese. It's what author called it - so haiku.

quote:
Biography of hap rochelle Native Texan, Vietnam veteran, former marine, retired carpenter


sounds somewhat like you, husky


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yeah, it basically consists of five, seven and five again for a total of 17 syllables and normally or usually contains some reference to nature, as in a breeze, a bare willow limb, a flowing tide, etc. at least that is what I learned of Haiku's.


With warming Spring days,
A tired, weary old man,
Then sloughs off his age

Since you brought me into the Haiku, I've been thinking about it and changed a word while still keeping it basically Rochelles work...

The words seem to fit better, felt kinda forced in my first attempt.

Haiku, iirc changed in some cases (not sure of the word I'm looking for) over the years and did not always follow the 5-7-5 format. Other than what I've mentioned in these two posts, I don't really know that much more about it. (edited in this last sentence that I forgot to type while thinking)


Summer day brightness
With its rays of sunny cheer
Brings joy to the heart
original by Husky

Not in the class of Basho, but my contribution of about 15 minutes....


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'weary' fits better +


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