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5225083 No.5225083 [Reply] [Original]

Why did the eastern school of art never really evolve past this flat symbol drawing mentality

You can see it in most anime styles to this day

>> No.5225084

because they dont need to they attained perfection

>> No.5225087

>>5225083
Thanks for starting by explaining the bait.
Look up kuchie on wikipedia and then jump in a pool with a plugged toasrer.
Go shit on anime on a non otaku website, faggot

>> No.5225091

>>5225083
Maybe cause it works well and it's very popular all over the world.
Also, low effort bait.

>> No.5225262

>>5225083
It’s really interesting that they drew the noses like that. That’s the kind of nose I’d expect to see on a stereotypical white person in an anime today.

>> No.5225349

>>5225083
no you can't

>eastern school of art = pop culture cartoons

>artistic beliefs = timesaving to grind out profit

you're retarded and your thread is retarded and anyone who replies is also retarded, me included. go fucking draw

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Quoted By: >>5225509

>>5225083
>You can see it in most anime styles to this day

Why does /ic/ always conveniently forget that Anime was heavily inspired by Disney and other American mediums?

>> No.5225509

>>5225362
Technically, western anime is the truest form of anime



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