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Has anyone else realized that the new Tom and Jerry cartoons lack the detail of the older versions?


If you look at the attention to detail on the older versions they are superior and have more depth to them, the new computer animated versions lack the character of the old generation animations. Surely a modern animation should equal, if not surpass the standard of the older production method? Is it a case of lowering the cost?

 
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    Asp52 4 years ago

    Looking at the depth of background detail in the 1960's versions compared to today's offerings on a computer, you can see a marked difference. I guess they don't make them like they used too!

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