To lend you some background… A couple of days ago I enjoyed the view of an old movie I remember watching in a VHS like a decade ago. It was “Digimon: The Movie“, an animated movie based on the anime series “Digimon“, in which digital creatures exist in a digital world, with which selected (digi-destined) kids can interact. The story is as much irrelevant to you as relevant is the fact that the series is aimed to younger audiences, to kids.
It wouldn’t be relevant if that consisted in the drawing (along with the plot), and it were somehow simple. In a children’s cartoon, the plot can take complex turns; they do, some times. But in a children’s cartoon the drawings can’t be too detailed. The children get bored with such “seriousness”. My question was always “Why?“.