Adam Paloian shows us that Spongebob actually still uses paper for its animation

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That's good to know, I feel like the move from celluloid to CGI has made a lot of modern 2-D shows feel kind of artificial and lacking in personality compared to a lot of shows from the 90s and 2000s. I remember the creator of Mission Hill said that even if his show was brought back, there wouldn't be much he could do since the bright cel style used for that series is literally not possible anymore because of rapid advancement in animation technology.
 

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jack_of_all_traids said:
How come? I mean, there's certainly better and quicker ways of making an episode.
Well, considering how fast production of an episode takes nowadays, and the quality of the animation, I'd say they're doing something right.
 
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McSponge said:
Well, considering how fast production of an episode takes nowadays, and the quality of the animation, I'd say they're doing something right.
That's true, but I feel like episodes would come out even faster if the team uses computer animation.
 

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That's true, but I feel like episodes would come out even faster if the team uses computer animation.
I agree. I mean, it wouldn’t look very different then it does now, and as you said it would come out faster.
 
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