@root I’ve always wondered this Tolkien bit was published but have never known.
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@gurlic I am thinking now actually that maybe this idea would be a duplicate of: /gurlic/bugs ? Though I am unsure if you would like separate streams from suggestions / bugs / & help requests.
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@jslakro I love this period too. It’s interesting about this film especially because you can see that budget wise the animation is kinda weak (in comparison to Akira especially) BUT you can see the artists really trying to cram in as many cool visuals as possible. It really stands out in still format & when you count the number of unique visuals created for it you can really see how much creativity went into what could have been a pretty generic slog.