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5a31c99c No.862

Is it just me, or does the little flute bit at the end of the "Gumball" opening sound a lot like the Azumanga eyecatch?

Here they are for comparison:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=18bp_UPzh3w

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-XfG_Xe6GM

cb4defaa No.865

It sounds more similar to the tune that plays where the girls visit Okinawa, but there's only so much tone and notes you can change on a recorder, so… I dunno.

btw, is that what "cartoons" are these days? Do networks just pull who ever has a decent following on Tumblr to design their shows? Jesus…

296d094b No.873

>>865
If it makes it any better, I've read that most of the character designs in Gumball are actually taken from studio projects that weren't greenlit.

The very least, the show has a visually interesting mixed media aesthetic.

b854b660 No.874

>>862
Weird, I've seen Gumball a handful of times, and recognize the theme music, but I've never seen that opening sequence. Maybe it's because I usually just have the TV on in the background without watching too closely.

>>873
There's a handful of shows on Cartoon Network that I think are pretty good.

Adventure Time, obviously
Regular Show feels like it was written by/for people who grew up in the 80s and 90s.
Gumball is pretty good.
We Bare Bears is also pretty cute.

41f6d60c No.882

>>874 They actually never show the full intro over here stateside, which is a bummer cuz it does a perfect job at showing off how it blends styles together.

I never got why Cartoon Network would cut down on intros so hard, even if they're already so short.



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