How Poor Can The Animation Of Classroom of the Elite Get?

Classroom of the Elite soon became one of the most watched psychological thrillers at the time of its release; the credit for the series’ enormous popularity in such a short period goes to its captivating plot and intriguing characters. And after half a decade of waiting, the fans were eager to watch the second season.

Alas, fans were soon gutted by the poor quality of the animation, such as layer issues, overlapping images, poor facial structure, and more. With glimpses of the re-developed animated episode out, we can compare just how bad the outcome was before.

  • Even after amassing immense popularity, the episode quality of Classroom of the Elite fell prey to poor animation.
  • Producers seem least bothered by the quality of the episodes until they get paid.

With the backlash from the community, the studio delayed the production and reworked the animation. The poor quality also leads to speculation if or not the animators were given enough time to work or were rushed to produce a result, irrespective of the quality.

Even though the animation is of the lowest grade, the increase in sales of the source material is significant that, in the end, a poorly animated anime turned out to be an upside for the studio. And this further left the fandom fuming. Let us now compare the images:

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  • Classroom of the Elite Animation Changes
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  • Classroom of the Elite Animation Changes
  • Classroom of the Elite Animation Changes
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  • Classroom of the Elite Animation Changes
  • Classroom of the Elite Animation Changes
  • Classroom of the Elite Animation Changes

The following images show us just how poor the quality of the episode was before; it also shows the irresponsibility of the producers, who chose to release the episodes even with lackluster quality.

The last image, in particular, shows the extent of shoddy work by the studios; it was as if the studio went with a preset backdrop. How could the studio skip the animation of the background altogether?

What is your opinion on this fiasco? Who do you think is to blame for the poor outcome of the animation?

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