Monday, January 15, 2007

Weinman on TV Animation Design

After reading the comments here about the look of King of the Hill, Jaime Weinman has added his thoughts about the nature of prime time animation design.


Anonymous said...

In all fairness, I think Jaime is probably quite correct in his assessment. I hadn't really thought of it that way but it does make sense the way he explains it. I suppose that a show is meant for a certain type of audience and not another, similar to personal tastes in music. I'd equate Judge's art style as the visual equivalent of grunge rock - neither of which will I ever develop a taste for.

Thad said...

Sorry, but if something is this undeniably ugly, I can't watch it, and I have never been able to sit through an entire episode. Beavis & Butthead was just as bad. They barely qualify as a cartoon. Mike Judge should stick to live-action.