Follow TV Tropes

Following

History Main / ArtShift

Go To



** "Road to the Multiverse", especially the Disney part and a brief live-action segment where Brian and Stewie are played by an actual dog and baby with their voices dubbed over.
** Brian appeared in ''Film/DieHard'' and ''Real Time with Bill Maher'' using the RogerRabbitEffect in "Briant's Got A Brand New Bag" and "Brian Writes a Bestseller", respectively.

to:

** "Road to the Multiverse", especially the Disney part Creator/{{Disney}} and ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' scenes as well as a brief live-action segment where Brian and Stewie are played by an actual dog and baby with their voices dubbed over.
** Brian appeared in ''Film/DieHard'' and ''Real Time with Bill Maher'' using the RogerRabbitEffect in "Briant's "Brian's Got A Brand New Bag" and "Brian Writes a Bestseller", respectively.


** Brian has a "dog party" in "Carter and Tricia" in the style of ''Literature/GoDogGo''.

to:

** Brian has a "dog party" in "Carter and Tricia" in the style of ''Literature/GoDogGo''.''[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Go,_Dog._Go! Go, Dog, Go!]]''.

Added DiffLines:

** Brian has a "dog party" in "Carter and Tricia" in the style of ''Literature/GoDogGo''.


** In an early episode Stewie briefly becomes a ruler more powerful than [[Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood King Friday XIII]] which shifts the series over to being a puppet show.
** In an early episode Chris winds up in the music video for the song "Take On Me" where he is animated in the same pencil contour style as the video.
** In one episode, Stewie and Brian go back to the series' pilot episode, which retained the more crudely-drawn art style that the original seasons had. They later go into the future which is ultra-realistic CGI.
** The Multiverse episode, especially the Disney part and a brief live-action segment where Brian and Stewie are played by an actual dog and baby with their voices dubbed over.
** Or when Peter remembers when he took drugs.
** The time Lois and Bonnie took a trip to Paris and took a "[[Franchise/TheMuppets Muppet]]-style sightseeing" montage.
** The time Brian appeared on ''Real Time with Bill Maher''.

to:

** Peter's cutaway in "Let's Go to the Hop" features him being shown in live-action.
** In an early episode "Breaking Out Is Hard To Do", Chris winds up in the music video for the song "Take On Me" where he is animated in the same pencil contour style as the video.
** In "No Chris Left Behind",
Stewie briefly becomes a ruler more powerful than [[Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood King Friday XIII]] which shifts the series over to being a puppet show.
** In an early episode Chris winds up in "Road to the music video for Multiverse", especially the song "Take On Me" Disney part and a brief live-action segment where he is animated Brian and Stewie are played by an actual dog and baby with their voices dubbed over.
** Brian appeared
in ''Film/DieHard'' and ''Real Time with Bill Maher'' using the same pencil contour style as the video.
RogerRabbitEffect in "Briant's Got A Brand New Bag" and "Brian Writes a Bestseller", respectively.
** Lois and Bonnie took a trip to Paris and took a "[[Franchise/TheMuppets Muppet]]-style sightseeing" montage in "Foreign Affairs".
** In one episode, "Back to the Pilot", Stewie and Brian go back to the series' pilot episode, which retained the more crudely-drawn art style that the original seasons had. They later go into the future which is ultra-realistic CGI.
** The Multiverse episode, especially the Disney part and a brief live-action segment where Brian and Stewie are played by an actual dog and baby with their voices dubbed over.
** Or when Peter remembers when he took drugs.
** The time Lois and Bonnie took a trip to Paris and took a "[[Franchise/TheMuppets Muppet]]-style sightseeing" montage.
** The time Brian appeared on ''Real Time with Bill Maher''.
CGI.


* The ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'' episode "Brunchsquatch" is done with submissions by 65 different artists portraying the show in their own art style, and the show does not use its own art style for the whole episode.

to:

* ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'': The ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'' episode season eight premiere "Brunchsquatch" is done with submissions character designs and backgrounds submitted by 65 different artists portraying the show in their own art style, and the show does not use its own art style for the whole episode.

Added DiffLines:

* ''Manga/KaguyaSamaLoveIsWar'' has a RunningGag where the art style will suddenly shift to something more appropriate for a horror series than a romantic comedy. Chapter 74 took it in the opposite direction, when Kaguya, Shirogane and Ishigami are all drawn like they're from a shojo manga (complete with gratuitious screentones, {{Bishie Sparkle}}s, and [[PaintingTheMedium obnoxiously large advertisements on the side of the page]]).

Added DiffLines:

* Two notable instances happen in the last two episodes of ''WesternAnimation/CourageTheCowardlyDog'':
** In "Remembrance of Courage Past", Courage's backstory is shown through a series of flashbacks which resemble crudely-drawn crayon art that children usually make.
** In the series finale "Perfect", Courage has several nightmares with each one being drawn in a different style of animation, such as CGI for one that features a creepy blue trumpet thing and stopmotion for another that has Courage performing in a talent show.

Added DiffLines:

* In the ''WesternAnimation/SheRaAndThePrincessesOfPower'' episode [[Recap/SheRaAndThePrincessesOfPowerS2E04RollWithIt "Roll With It"]], Glimmer's ImagineSpot is done in an anime style, coloured entirely in pink and black.


* Never mind the fact that ''Film/LooneyTunesBackInAction'' has a mix of animation and live action, changes of art style occur in the Louvre museum as Elmer Fudd gives chase to Bugs Daffy through several famous paintings. As they move through each painting, they change style to match. [[spoiler:Unfortunately for him, Fudd fails to Art Shift ''back'' after emerging from a pointillist painting, and Bugs simply blows him away like dust.]]

to:

* Never mind the fact that ''Film/LooneyTunesBackInAction'' has a mix of animation and live action, changes of art style occur in the Louvre museum as Elmer Fudd gives chase to Bugs Daffy through several famous paintings. As they move through each painting, they change style to match. [[spoiler:Unfortunately for him, Fudd fails to Art Shift ''back'' after emerging from a pointillist painting, and Bugs simply blows him away like dust.]]dust
*''Film/Enchanted'' starts off as Disney animation a la ''Film/SnowWhite'' then switched to live action modern New York.

Added DiffLines:

** A comic-book art style is used for various montages and scene transitions, like in "[[Recap/ReadyJetGoS2E22MarsRockForMomSeanHasACold Sean Has a Cold]]".


[[folder:Anime and Manga]]

to:

[[folder:Anime and & Manga]]



[[/folder]]

[[folder:Web Videos]]



** The ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTimmyPowerHour'' specials utilized this, particularly due to the distinctive art styles between the two shows.

to:

** The ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTimmyPowerHour'' ''WesternAnimation/TheJimmyTimmyPowerHour'' specials utilized this, particularly due to the distinctive art styles between the two shows.


* ''VisualNovel/{{Danganronpa}}'', has the Art Shift 4 times at the end of each case. First is into a much cruder hand-drawn style for the "manga" sections where you must piece together how the murder took place, then into an accusation image with a similar style but spoofing a different genre of Manga depending on the character accused, and afterwards into a NES 8-bit style for a few seconds as the condemned perp is walked across the scene. Finally, the actual executions themselves have a similar artstyle to the rest of the game, but with darker, more detailed shading.

to:

* ''VisualNovel/{{Danganronpa}}'', ''Franchise/{{Danganronpa}}'':
** ''VisualNovel/DanganronpaTriggerHappyHavoc'',
has the Art Shift 4 times at the end of each case. First is into a much cruder hand-drawn style for the "manga" sections where you must piece together how the murder took place, then into an accusation image with a similar style but spoofing a different genre of Manga depending on the character accused, and afterwards into a NES 8-bit style for a few seconds as the condemned perp is walked across the scene. Finally, the actual executions themselves have a similar artstyle to the rest of the game, but with darker, more detailed shading.


* This happens many times in ''Anime/ExcelSaga'', most notably in episode 17, where there are so many rapid-fire shifts (from WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes to [[Creator/WaltDisney Disney]] to [[Franchise/TheDCU DC Comics]] to ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' and beyond) that it's impossible to keep track of them all.

to:

* This happens many times in ''Anime/ExcelSaga'', most notably in episode 17, where there are so many rapid-fire shifts (from WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes ''WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes'' to [[Creator/WaltDisney Disney]] Creator{{Disney}} to [[Franchise/TheDCU DC Comics]] to ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' and beyond) that it's impossible to keep track of them all.


* The first ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' movie, ''[[NonSerialMovie The Dead Zone]]''. There's an abrupt art shift in flashbacks that's used to unbelievably creepy effect.

to:

* The first ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' movie, ''[[NonSerialMovie NonSerialMovie, ''[[Anime/DragonBallZDeadZone The Dead Zone]]''. There's an abrupt art shift in flashbacks that's used to unbelievably creepy effect.

Showing 15 edit(s) of 593

Top

Example of:

/

Feedback