Following up from my last article on Studio Ghilbi, I want to carry on with this small series of showcases which will introduce you to various different types of animation styles and the animation studios that produce absolutely stunning visuals.
If you are not too familiar with Japanese animation, Makoto Shinkai directed, wrote, produced and animated three of my favourite animations of all time – “Voices of a Distant Star”, “The Place Promised in Our Early Days” and “5 Centimetres per Second”.
Voices of a Distant Star
The Place Promised in Our Early Days
5 Centimetres per Second
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The below landscapes showcase the amount of detail the designers put into these animations.
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