Yeah, I would have liked to see 2D as well. But at least we now know what the CGI looks like. I'm guessing the 2D parts will look similar to the first movie since there's lots of Sherm Cohen drawings.Nygaard said:I was kinda hoping the official poster would feature the 2d animation not the CGI. It makes it seem like the CG will be the main focus, I guess it's for marketing since CG films make a lot more money then 2d animated films nowadays which is why they barley exist now.
I don't like the word "the" being in the title without the number 2. It might make people think this is the first movie and kids growing up now might not even know about the first one at all.
I wonder how much the scene-specific emotions from the storyboards will be closely replicated with the CG models. I hope we can see Sherm Cohen's influence even in the CG scenes with the expressions and such.DadMom AngryPants said:Yeah, I would have liked to see 2D as well. But at least we now know what the CGI looks like. I'm guessing the 2D parts will look similar to the first movie since there's lots of Sherm Cohen drawings.
Wow, I'm definitely NOT worried about the CG-I at all now!!! It's awesome!!! Also not concerned about the name, the way they designed it and organized it was also awesome!!! I'm also sure the beach will be nice, that also looks awesome.DadMom AngryPants said:
Yes, even with the CGI parts the fact that any of this movie is in 2D makes it a rare breed nowadays. I would have preferred wholly 2D like the first movie but I'm grateful that it's mostly 2D at least.Lor McQuarry said:Remember what the creators Paul Tibbitt and Steve Hillenburg said its MOSTLY 2D. I can't wait for the 2D. Nothing like a good old 2D film. They're an endangered species. I also heard they're planning a 2D theatrical Scooby Doo film and a 2D Flintstones film. CGI is getting mediocre.
That background looks like stuff we saw in this video
Maybe it was filmed for more than a teaser and will be a part of the movieDadMom AngryPants said: