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20th Jan '17 1:51:56 PM DrFurball
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** ''Anime/LupinIIIRedJacket'' used thinner lines, and rounder shapes. The colour palette was much lighter this time, with lower saturation.
** ''Anime/LupinIIIPinkJacket'' was somewhere between the two in terms of saturation, using a mix of bright and medium colours. The shapes were often very curvy, [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness especially in the first few episodes]]. Except for one movie, the animation style used here is never repeated.
** For several decades, the ''Anime/LupinIIIYearlySpecials'' would draw elements mostly from the "Red Jacket" series, with updated colour palettes and techniques, every year. This style is still in use.
** The release of ''Anime/LupinIIITheWomanCalledFujikoMine'' brought the franchise to a new style, one inspired by the original "Green Jacket" series, with darker lines, multiple {{Art Shift}}s, and a tendency for more lines, as well. This style is still in use.

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** ''Anime/LupinIIIRedJacket'' used thinner lines, and rounder shapes. The colour palette was much lighter this time, with lower saturation.
saturation, and character designs closer to the then-current manga series.
** ''Anime/LupinIIIPinkJacket'' was somewhere between the two in terms of saturation, using a mix of bright and medium colours. The shapes were often very curvy, [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness especially in the first few episodes]]. The characters look even closer to the manga, before starting to get looser and cruder as the show goes on. Except for one movie, the animation style used here is never repeated.
** For several decades, most of the 90s, the ''Anime/LupinIIIYearlySpecials'' would draw elements mostly from have different character designs depending on who directed. At TheTurnOfTheMillenium, the style settled down into something closer to the "Red Jacket" series, with updated colour palettes and techniques, every year. This style is still in use.
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** The release of ''Anime/LupinIIITheWomanCalledFujikoMine'' brought the franchise to a new style, one inspired by not only the original "Green Jacket" manga series, but gothic art, with darker lines, colors, multiple {{Art Shift}}s, and a tendency for more lines, as well. This The art style is still returned in use.''Anime/GravestoneOfDaisukeJigen'' and ''The Bloodspray of Goemon Ishikawa'', but without the gothic influence, and a "smoother" look overall.
** ''WesternAnimation/LupinIIITheItalianAdventure'' has character designs inspired by the "Green Jacket" series, but with a brighter palette, thinner lines, and a more modern aesthetic overall.
8th Jan '17 5:21:10 PM eroock
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4th Jan '17 12:03:02 PM Prometheus117
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* Compared to ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'', the art of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'' is -while similar- more cartoony, "Disney-fied", with smoother, rounder edges. Also the paintbrush-style coloring of ''The Clone Wars'' is gone, and a more vibrant palette is used. The differences are probably best shown on the respective models of [[https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B9dDZFMCcAAYZed.jpg Tarkin]].

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* Compared to ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'', the art of ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'' is -while similar- more cartoony, "Disney-fied", with smoother, rounder edges. Also the paintbrush-style coloring of ''The Clone Wars'' is gone, and a more vibrant palette is used. The differences are probably best shown on the respective models of [[https://pbs.twimg.com/media/B9dDZFMCcAAYZed.jpg Tarkin]].Tarkin]], though really, this can apply to any character from ''The Clone Wars'' that made it into ''Rebels'', even accounting for the TimeSkip in-between series.
20th Nov '16 11:22:30 PM Anicomicgeek
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* ''Anime/IronManRiseOfTechnovore'' was followed up by ''Anime/AvengersConfidentialBlackWidowAndPunisher'', yet many of the male characters have more lines on their faces. One of the special features even points out the Punisher, wanting a more comic-accurate version for the latter film, hence the burly design with mostly slicked-back hair compared to the thinner design with messy hair in ''Techovore''.

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* ''Anime/IronManRiseOfTechnovore'' was followed up by ''Anime/AvengersConfidentialBlackWidowAndPunisher'', yet many of the male characters have more lines on their faces. One of the special features even points out the Punisher, wanting a more comic-accurate version for the latter film, hence the burly design with mostly slicked-back hair compared to the thinner design with messy hair in ''Techovore''.''Technovore''.
28th Sep '16 1:50:04 PM MisterCPC
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* The second season of ''WesternAnimation/JonnyQuestTheRealAdventures'', as part of its ReTool to make it closer to the original shows, heavily changed the art style to make it brighter and less grittier as well as made all the characters look a little younger in appearance.
8th Jul '16 11:03:40 PM Anicomicgeek
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* ''Anime/IronManRiseOfTechnovore'' was followed up by ''Anime/AvengersConfidentialBlackWidowAndPunisher'', yet many of the male characters have more lines on their faces. One of the special features even points out the Punisher, wanting a more comic-accurate version for the latter film, hence the burly design with mostly slicked-back hair compared to the thinner design with messy hair in ''Techovore''.
4th Jun '16 8:43:55 PM SpinAttaxx
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* ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}''
** First, this trope occurs between ''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar'' and ''VideoGame/KirbysDreamland3'', the artstyle changed from one that resembled more or less an updated version of the older games' artstyle to a crayon-like look.
** Then came ''VideoGame/Kirby64TheCrystalShards'', where [[VideoGame3DLeap game's now in full 3D]][[note]] Although [[TwoAndAHalfD it's still a side scroller]].[[/note]] Then came the remake of ''VideoGame/KirbysAdventure'', where the artstyle's is yet again, changed, not only [[ArtEvolution giving Kirby his modern design outside of both his 3D portrayals and his portrayal in the Anime]], but also giving the game a modernized artstyle that involves, amongst other things, smoother animations and bigger minibosses.

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* ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}''
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** First, this This trope occurs between ''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar'' and ''VideoGame/KirbysDreamland3'', where the artstyle changed changes from one that resembled resembles more or less an updated version of the older games' artstyle for the former to a crayon-like look.
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** Then came ''VideoGame/Kirby64TheCrystalShards'', where [[VideoGame3DLeap the game's now in full 3D]][[note]] Although [[TwoAndAHalfD it's still a side scroller]].[[/note]] Then came the remake of ''VideoGame/KirbysAdventure'', where the artstyle's artstyle is yet again, changed, not only [[ArtEvolution giving Kirby his modern design outside of both his 3D portrayals and his portrayal in the Anime]], but also giving the game a modernized artstyle that involves, amongst other things, smoother animations and bigger minibosses.



* The ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' franchise made a permanent shift from the original MickeyMouse / FelixTheCat-inspired designs by Naoto Oshima using during the Genesis/Saturn era to the [[NoodlePeople noodly]]/graffiti-art inspired redesigns by Yuji Uekewa with the release of ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure''. These designs were also used for ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog4'', which is billed as a direct sequel to the Genesis games which use the aforementioned Oshima artstyle.

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* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'':
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The ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' franchise made a permanent shift from the original MickeyMouse / FelixTheCat-inspired MickeyMouse/FelixTheCat-inspired designs by Naoto Oshima using during the Genesis/Saturn UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis/UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn era to the [[NoodlePeople noodly]]/graffiti-art inspired redesigns by Yuji Uekewa with the release of ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure''. These designs were also used for ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog4'', which is billed as a direct sequel to the Genesis games which use the aforementioned Oshima artstyle.artstyle.
** The series has gone through several art shifts across its life: Both ''[[VideoGame/SonicAdventure Sonic]]'' ''[[VideoGame/SonicAdventure2 Adventure]]'' games use a more realistic world than the Genesis/Mega Drive games, the style of which ''VideoGame/SonicHeroes'' returns to, only for ''VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog'' to go back to the ''Adventure''-style setting while making it DarkerAndEdgier. ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'' went for a photorealistic drection with a redesigned cast (most notably Eggman), which ''VideoGame/SonicUnleashed'' scrapped for a more Creator/{{Pixar}}-esque look. This remained until ''VideoGame/SonicLostWorld'' tried to go for a Genesis-styled approach to the setting yet again.


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* The ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' and ''VideoGame/MegaManZX'' series feature a radically different artstyle from the rest of the ''Franchise/MegaMan'' franchise. You'd be forgiven for thinking thick armor and pupils fell out of fashion in favour of latex and chunky bracelets between the ''[[VideoGame/MegaManX X]]'' series and the ''[[VideoGame/MegaManLegends Legends]]'' series, if ''Zero 3'' didn't imply the art shift were retroactive via [[spoiler:Zero's old body (used by the BigBad) being his current one in a different colour, and not his ''Mega Man X'' appearance]].
22nd Feb '16 8:55:20 PM Knight20
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11th Jan '16 5:11:02 AM Hinooka-Homu
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* The first season of the anime adaptation of ''LightNovel/MyTeenRomanticComedySNAFU'' was originally animated by the studio Brain's Base, whose animations were, while not bad, were mediocre at best. Come second season, the reins of adapting the rest of the light novel were given to Studio Creator/Feel, whose designs for the characters were closer to the original light novel's artwork. There was a ''huge'' improvement in the animations too.

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* The first season of the anime adaptation of ''LightNovel/MyTeenRomanticComedySNAFU'' was originally animated by the studio Brain's Base, whose animations were, while not bad, were mediocre at best. Come second season, the reins of adapting the rest of the light novel were given to Studio Creator/Feel, Feel, whose designs for the characters were closer to the original light novel's artwork. There was a ''huge'' improvement in the animations too.
11th Jan '16 5:10:37 AM Hinooka-Homu
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* The first season of the anime adaptation of ''LightNovel/MyTeenRomanticComedySNAFU'' was originally animated by the studio Creator/Brain's Base, whose animations were, while not bad, were mediocre at best. Come second season, the reins of adapting the rest of the light novel were given to Studio Creator/Feel, whose designs for the characters were closer to the original light novel's artwork. There was a ''huge'' improvement in the animations too.

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* The first season of the anime adaptation of ''LightNovel/MyTeenRomanticComedySNAFU'' was originally animated by the studio Creator/Brain's Brain's Base, whose animations were, while not bad, were mediocre at best. Come second season, the reins of adapting the rest of the light novel were given to Studio Creator/Feel, whose designs for the characters were closer to the original light novel's artwork. There was a ''huge'' improvement in the animations too.
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