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>>7196534
We had a thread discussing this a year ago (June 12th), really fun back and forth.
>>/ic/thread/6697869
I'm gonna derail the thread, as I feel like everytime I see a thread like this it's the same stuff.
What makes fake cel's work is really embed compression. You watch something like PBJ Bears, Project Geeker, or 2 Stupid Dogs, shows that don't have a 4K 33mm film stock blu ray rerelease/remaster. It's done on film, but the film grain isn't screaming at you in textures. The cel shadows aren't present because the bitrate compression of the image is coming from a
>film > master tape > tv broadcast > digital transfer
pipeline.
What always intrests me with this stuff are those trying to imitate but have knowledge of compression. Not slavishly trying to go for an aesthetic
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0adoiAjyzw
https://twitter.com/joemations1015/status/1716372635230319028
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvqXRFPU_aQ
And with this, the image compression isn't being used as a shorthand for lack of knowledge of later era 20th century animation. It's being used to compliment what's already there. Which is what makes it work

>inb4 you're falling for bait
don't care

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>>6744595
Last thing that I couldn't post cuz of the word limit. This video was a big inspiration to experiment with the justice league fanart, but it's also a good example of how authentic bitrate compression and authentic vhs compression takes away a big chunk of the details. Even though FlippinDingDong referenced Bonkers and Chip & Dale, it's just a good example of what real VHS filtering does to the image rather than chromatic abberation filters on an art program
https://twitter.com/FlippinDingDong/status/1535688501664043009
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V0adoiAjyzw

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