Yumekui Merry 7

by dm00

I find myself wondering why I am watching this show (good heavens, a beach episode). But then they do something like this:

Look at the reflections on his face


….and this:

The reflections on the faucet, yes, but if this were animated, you'd see the water flowing


….and this:

Oh, God, that background

….and at the other end of the episode….


….and I understand.

Mind you, Sunset Merry was preceded by the work of their C-team animators who animated the surf washing around (more like through) the feet of Merry and Yumeji, and it looked terrible. But someone was hard at work on beautiful imagery.

3 Responses to “Yumekui Merry 7”


  1. 1 ToastCrust February 20, 2011 at 5:48 am

    It was definitely a very pretty episode.

    Though, it really gets egregious sometimes with such a high variance in quality from scene to scene….

    I still won’t forget the dramatic still from the last episode that was literally just a straight pen sketch

    • 2 feal87 February 20, 2011 at 9:20 am

      Agreed that this is shaping out like a good series after a not-so-good start!

    • 3 dm00 February 20, 2011 at 5:53 pm

      I think the “straight pen sketch” reaction shot was a stylistic choice — I think I recall the same thing being done in Casshern Sins. It’s certainly striking enough. But that might just being a bit of my SHAFT fannishness spilling over onto this series.

      Even with the unsteadiness of the early episodes, they would have some visually stunning scenes.


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