Just a general interest,i know in europe *i'm in the UK* animation is all good in both mediums
However it seems that in the U.S. some things in animation are slanting,like traditional animation for example.
But i'm not really sure,i guess i just want to know whats happening over there in the animation world,because in fact,i really don't know.I get the impression that the U.S. tends to over commericialise things and milk them pretty quickly,am i wrong or right? where as in europe its more *art* than *money*
I've spoken to many people ( i guess its kinda biased cos those people are european),that they really hate the state of animation in the US,but i've also spoken to some american animators who want to make a difference but just haven't had a chance.
No its not a question about 2d vs 3d,its about seeing animation as art instead of just another way to make money,so therefore the medium shoudn't matter just the message they are trying to put across.
If they're any american guys ,or even people that have worked in the u.s. (recently) that can tell me whats goin on,i'd appreciate your facts or opinions,since animation is a big interest to me.
I just don't wanna be in a guessing game,or even stereotype the US animation industry,i guess anyone can use this thread to learn.