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Soul Eater's artstyle

Discussion in 'Anime & Manga Chat' started by Kiri, Aug 10, 2013.

  1. Kiri Retired staff

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    So if any of you have watched Soul Eater, the artstyle used in the anime is fairly different. To be honest, I watched one episode and dropped the anime for a while as the Sun and Moon creeped me out. I decided to pick it back up when Toonami decided to air it and I'm glad I did. After the initial "shock", I've found I like the anime and the artstyle works well in my opinion, though the Sun and Moon are still creepy.
     
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    Soul Eater has been described as Tim Burton-esque anime because of the dark elements, like the sun and the moon, and the crooked architecture. I always enjoy a unique art style, but almost couldn't watch this anime because of the lump noses.

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    Otherwise, I loved the color scheme with lots of yellow, red, purple and black.
     

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