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Japanese Anime vs. American Cartoons :

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Anthony Minas

on 4 October 2013

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Japanese Animation style vs. American Cartoons style

With the popularity of Japanese animation always rising here in the US, it's easy to hear comparisons between the animations of the Japanese and Americans. Since theres too many of those comparisons to go over, I decided to compare the Viusal animation styles of the Japanese and Americans
Japanese Anime
Japanese anime usually depicts characters with large eyes, colorful and creative hairstyles, and small noses and mouths. All parts of an anime character are drawn and put in a finer detail.
American Animation
One great example of their styles is
their characters
Characters in american animation are usual
depicted an in comic book-like manner with
exaggerated traits and lacking the amount of
detail japanese anime's have except in scenes
where detailing is used to amplify the feeling and
mood of a scene or character.
Although there are numerous
differences between the two styles, they
still serve the same purpose : telling stories.
There's nothing that makes one style better than the other, just different. The point of this project is to point out the differences in their styles so sit back and enjoy!
American animation widely contrasts Japanese animation in their detailing, characters and portrayal of emotions
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