The computer-generated animation that has made its way to the center of anime has been a mixed bag for many fans around the world. While there have been cases among the community such as Lupine III: FirstThere were also examples that didn’t get along with fans like in 2016 Rambunctious Biology. Trigon Stampede Studio Orange is set to arrive next year, and with Vash set to make a comeback thanks to CG animation, here at Comicbook.com we had the chance to chat with the creators about this unique style being added to the human tornado world.
At this year’s Anime Expo, Trigun’s creator himself, Yasuhiro Nightow, along with producer Kiyotaka Waki and producer Katsuhiro Takei, showed up to answer our questions regarding the return of Vash The Stampede. When I asked our Megan Peters about any potential challenges that arose with the new art style of anime, here’s what Kiyotaka Waki had to say:
“It all started with Nightow and then the concept art and character concepts design. However, these designs are not something we can use as animation design. Therefore, Director Muto, took the time to understand and interpret the designs before having the actual designers interpret the look for the animation.”
On top of this question, creator Nightow took the opportunity to explain how he felt this new series would stand out from the original, animated by Studio Madhouse in the late 1990s:
“So when they were developing this Trigun, I saw that they were taking elements from my comic book and expanding it, rearranging it, restructuring, redesigning, adding depth to it. They’re trying to raise the quality of the show okay. I thought there might be some changes, but once they put all the The series and they started adapting it to the movie, I just got the feeling that this is still Trigun. This is Trigun. I want my fans to know that I really want them to watch this. And after watching, I think you’ll feel the same way I do — that in a way this is Trigun too.”
what do you think of Trigon Stampede A new art style than Madhouse previously produced? Feel free to tell us in the comments or hit me up live on Twitter @EVComedy to talk about all things comedy, anime and the world of Vash The Stampede.