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36568 No. 36568 [Edit]
I dunno about you guys, but this has been one of my most anticipated anime.
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>> No. 36569 [Edit]
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The production values are low, like, really low. "clunky" seems like a good way of describing the animation.
But you know, I think in a way it fits with the theme of the show. The stuff characters make isn't going to be perfect, and seems like it's all gonna be clunky too. I think there's some charm to it.
The setting feels weird and off to me though. I'm not sure if it's the not too distant future or what. I think they're trying to set up themes of going back to basics, in the face of modern society/people that have forgotten how to do things for themselves, but even that's a little clunky. I'm going to keep following alone all the same because if nothing else, I'm a bit into DIY myself and found the later half of the ep very charming because of it. Not sure if I can recommend it to anyone who isn't though.
>> No. 36571 [Edit]
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That's my question. Why would you put a nail there like that?
Someone's gonna hurt themselves sooner or later walking in/out of that place.
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>Someone's gonna hurt themselves sooner or later walking in/out of that place.
That's the plan.
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>> No. 36581 [Edit]
Yeah I just watched this and it immediatel stood out to me, in that it's supposedly intentional social commentary which you don't normally see in CGDCT shows. There's some clear divide between tech/non-tech (or maybe elite/non-elite) showcased here: we have the two high schools, one of which caters to "common folk" and another one that teaches you to 3D print organs, with the latter clearly physically dominating the former architecturally. We also have these drones around everywhere. Purin's house has a robot pet, whereas Serufu's has a presumably organic dog/cat.

The crux of the show could have worked without the scenes highlighting divide, so I wonder why they added those.

Also I don't think Serufu-chan should be anywhere close to power tools with how much she spaces out. Maybe she should start with origami.
>> No. 36582 [Edit]
>I wonder why they added those.
I think the average anime fan is too retarded low of an attention span, to pick up on anything subtle.

>Maybe she should start with origami.
Paper cuts.
>> No. 36583 [Edit]
>low of an attention span, to pick up on anything subtle.
I don't follow, are you saying that there's not meant to be any deeper meaning in the juxtaposition, and that it's there only to point out the obvious to the viewer (that this is a society where DIY skills have atrophied due to reliance on technology?)
>> No. 36584 [Edit]
Yeah, pretty much.
>> No. 36585 [Edit]
I didn't infer any of that because being a dullard is bliss.
>> No. 36587 [Edit]
Eh maybe, the juxtaposition is too direct for me to dismiss though. You have Purin being welcomed home by a robot (which then proceeds to offer her a bath and malfunctions or something), directly followed by Serufu being welcomed by her pets and mother repeating roughly the same lines. That's pretty much textbook organic humans vs. inorganic machines motif.

I assume this will mostly be a traditional CGDCT show though, so I guess this is mainly just there to show that without any human connection Purin's life was dull and meaningless, and she rediscovers and reaffirms her friendship with Serufu as they both embark on DIY projects together. So while intentional and subtly corroborating the whole human vs technology thing, it's probably not going to be much deeper than a slight background nudge to the viewer that technology can be isolating and physically making things is a way to root yourself.

Given that theme there's a great irony that we're discussing this on an anonymous image board though and the majority of viewers probably don't go outside much. With the mention of 3D modeling I wonder if the show will also touch upon how technology can complement DIY, whether by augmenting traditional practice (e.g. 3D printing parts instead of traditional milling) or providing new forms of expression (programming things to suit your needs). I guess I'm overanalyzing the show at this point though.

Post edited on 7th Oct 2022, 9:05pm
>> No. 36588 [Edit]
Imageboards are fairly old tech though, and this one in particular is very clunky. We'd be more on the Serufu side compared to people watching this compared at least to people watching via streaming and chatting about it on discord. (though I doubt people like that would like an anime like this in the first place)
>> No. 36589 [Edit]
>We'd be more on the Serufu side compared to people watching this
Maybe more on the Purin side considering the members here presumably know enough to actively bend technology to serve their will instead of using it passively. I.e. to them technology is a tool for creation or thinking (a bicycle for the mind as
Jobs once said) rather than a medium of consumption.

Also Purin is a pun for Print isn't it. Given that Yua Serufu = Yourself then this means that we're most likely going to be seeing 3D printing play a non-trivial part.
>> No. 36590 [Edit]
Prediction: The last scene of ep1 shows the other members, and Purin is not among them (but cat girl who was schoolmates with Purin is). This fits with Purin preferring digital creation instead of physical ones. But clearly Purin is a main character of the show and must play a non-trivial role, so either a segment of the show will be dedicated to digital creations, or we will see how Purin uses her digital creation skills to assist Serufu. Maybe the finale episode will be something Purin and Serufu create together, that could have only be done with the combination of digital and physical handiwork.

So I predict the show will indeed go in the direction in the last paragraph of >>36587. Namely, the intent isn't to dismiss technology or champion physical DIY, but rather to promote DIY in all forms and show how in the modern world digital and physical creation complement each other.

Post edited on 7th Oct 2022, 9:21pm
>> No. 36591 [Edit]
yeah I guess you're right. I just like to think of myself as being more on Serufu's end because I actually do enjoy DIY and kind of suck with tech. But at the same time I wouldn't consider myself as down to earth, I'd much rather have robot pets than real ones for instance. I guess if I wasn't kidding myself, Serufu types likely wouldn't even own computers.
>> No. 36592 [Edit]
Can can they even be in the same club anyway when they're not the same school?
>> No. 36593 [Edit]
The schools are physically right next to each other so I imagine they must have some sort of cross-enrollment protocol or something.

Either way, I've analyzed this show enough. Hopefully it lives up to the predictions.
>> No. 36596 [Edit]
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By the way, is there a particular reason it was anticipated by you OP? Do you just like the diy theme, or is there some other reason (staff, studio, etc.)?
>> No. 36597 [Edit]
wood shop was the only part of school I enjoyed. I like DIY stuff, making stuff or seeing what other people make. I think it can be rewarding to make something exactly to your specifications when there's no other options that fit the bill. That and, it's a lot cheaper than buying furniture or what have you which is likely going to be poorly made anyway. I also found myself doing a lot of home improvement in this past year too.
>> No. 36607 [Edit]
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Wouldn't be surprised if she (or somebody else) ends up with an eye patch. Inevitable, perhaps.
>> No. 36608 [Edit]
If my experience with shop classes and handyman work is anything to go by, People are far more likely to slice up their hands. In her case, I wouldn't be surprised if she had to get a finger or two re-attached.
>> No. 36609 [Edit]
I've had more incidents that put my eyes at risk than my hands. They were pretty random incidents though, as I'm generally careful.
>> No. 36612 [Edit]
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>> No. 36614 [Edit]
I just realized I can get some power tools on the cheap given the Yen's current weakness.
>> No. 36622 [Edit]
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ep2 had a lot less of the QUALITY issues that the first ep had. Found it overall a lot more enjoyable. Not sure why the clubroom would have a bunch of skis just laying around. I mean I can understand holding onto them, they're basically wood boards/planks you could use for a million things like they did, but I'm curious where they got them. Did a ski club disband or something?
>> No. 36623 [Edit]
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Why do I get Flip Flapper vibes?
>> No. 36624 [Edit]
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I burst out laughing at this part, even though it wasn't supposed to be funny. Kacyzinsky was right after all!
>> No. 36625 [Edit]
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Also I must say props to the funi/cr people doing the subs on this one, it's well done and they even added typesetting flourishes
>> No. 36627 [Edit]
It's nice to see someone do that after all these years of corporate-only subs. I wonder if this is the last time someone will do that? What are the chances that this is the last screencap ever posted of subs made by someone with care? What are the chances that someday I'll see the last anime that's good? When will I make my last post in reply to anon? It's a happy thought realise someone somewhere actually cared.
>> No. 36628 [Edit]
>screencap ever posted of subs made by someone with care
Fansub groups still typeset signs. Mad le zissel is one name that comes to mind, that person did some great typesetting work for machikado mazoku and also fixed up the retardedness in funi scripts.

But as you mentioned it's rare to see corporate subs go the extra mile and include typesetting from the get go.

Post edited on 15th Oct 2022, 9:57pm
>> No. 36648 [Edit]
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Yua is strong!
>> No. 36649 [Edit]
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She'll be a mummy by the end of this season, given how many bandages she receives.
>> No. 36690 [Edit]
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They're impressed by my custom-made auger.
>> No. 36691 [Edit]
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Oh hi asuka.
>> No. 36697 [Edit]
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The jokes in this show are better than most comedy anime, and it's not even in the comedy genre!

Also again kudos to the guys who did the subs on this: the fade-in was delightful, taking the spirit of craftsmanship to heart.
>> No. 36698 [Edit]
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>> No. 36706 [Edit]
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Nice intro
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>> No. 36740 [Edit]
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Yes, I felt the same, it's not just the artwork style, something about the character personalities as well. Papika = Serufu, Miku = Cocona, Kokoro = Yayaka? Well at least the tehepero lick is out of the way.
>> No. 36741 [Edit]
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I assume this is a reference to amex black card (or the mastercard equivalent?) Impressive.
>> No. 36742 [Edit]
>Miku = Cocona
So she doesn't have a personality?
>> No. 36743 [Edit]
More like she's still in the middle of deciding who she wants to be. Which I think does fit with what we see, she wants to be with Yua in the club but can't bring herself to admit it for some reason. She's also not the type to openly express her feelings, so comes off as cold. There's clear parallels to Cocona there. I think Yayaka could be Kokoro+Jobko together or something, in that they help bridge the gap between the Yua/Suredecchi.

Although I don't really think things extend beyond that, and as such the parallel to FliFla isn't really stronger than the archetype of a general Tsundere personality coupled with "wingman" friends.

Post edited on 5th Nov 2022, 5:12pm
>> No. 36753 [Edit]
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DIY club is full of flashing perverts.
>> No. 36754 [Edit]
Pudding is a bitch.
>> No. 36756 [Edit]
The harsher the tsun, the softer the dere?
>> No. 36757 [Edit]
Is that what it is? It's not the first time I've seen rich characters in anime brag(passively) about having a "black card". I couldn't pretend to understand it.
>> No. 36758 [Edit]
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Wait a minute, she's Indian? how is it we can understand what she's saying?
>> No. 36760 [Edit]
It's a bit ambiguous where Indian or Thai, I recall southeast asia was mentioned at one point.
>> No. 36761 [Edit]
They actually do that? I wonder if the mastercard version of amex black card is somehow less rare in Japan than it is in the US. Looking online, seems like only 100k amex centurion/black cardholders exist (20k in the US).
>> No. 36774 [Edit]
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Reminds me of Cocoa falling on the bed. Anyone happen to have a webm of that handy?
>> No. 36776 [Edit]
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Also absolutely adorable.
>> No. 36778 [Edit]
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more nice typesetting from corp subs. It's not much, but I appreciate the extra effort.
>> No. 36809 [Edit]
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Just a few weeks earlier:
>> No. 36818 [Edit]
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Sucks to say but I'm found this a bit disappointing. I went into this expecting a moe shop class. Cute girls learning how to use various tools and tricks of the trades. Something like many of the other SoL club anime out there that explore every little detail of the subject mater. Sure there's some of that, but seems like it's mostly arts and crafts. It's also got none of the themes people were talking about at the start of this thread, anything coming close to that at this point feels coincidental or surface level at best.
>> No. 36820 [Edit]
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ProTip: Don't let stores cut materials for you. Yes they do it, and yes it's cheap (often free), but it's a bad idea. I don't know how it is in Japan, but in our hardware stores the machines they use are horribly calibrated with worn out blades that never get changed. The people who do the cuts aren't carpenters or craftsmen, they're just shelf stokers. Hell, you'll often see signs that say they don't do precision cuts. The intended purpose is just to cut things down, typically to make it easier to transport large materials for people who don't have huge trucks. If you give them measurements they'll get close, but don't make the mistake of expecting it to be exact or well cut.
>> No. 36821 [Edit]
I personally like that they eased up on the depth of powertool explanations and whatnot that was there in the first episode, since I'm not interested in that stuff. But I can see if how you were expecting the rest of the season to be similar to that you'd be disappointed. I still think it might have been nice to gently add in some of the aforementioned themes though, and it was a bit disappointing suredecchi just kind of ends up gradually ends up being more involved in their club.
>> No. 36822 [Edit]
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Yeah that's fair. The scene where Jubico got weirdly technical about her tablet stand felt like the sort of thing that could scare most people away from all this stuff. I'm honestly not sure if it was meant as a joke "haha she's over complicating it" or if they're trying to highlight the more technical and in depth side of things. That scene was off-putting even for me.
>> No. 36823 [Edit]
Jobo-ko I think, from the "good job". I love that she interjects this randomly.
>> No. 36838 [Edit]
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Rasam isn't a curry... that aside, very cute episode, we finally get to see the dere side of purin
>> No. 36840 [Edit]
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It took her 10 ep to join? seriously?
>> No. 36842 [Edit]
I was kind of hoping she (and her surii-dii purinting) would play a bigger role. Still, I'll gladly accept her pout.

Post edited on 13th Dec 2022, 12:19am
>> No. 36848 [Edit]
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I've suspected she's on drugs, but now I know it.
>> No. 36850 [Edit]
Please go back to 4chan or facebook.
>> No. 36851 [Edit]
You know it'd explain a lot about the way she acts.
>> No. 36852 [Edit]
No if anything I would say the opposite would be true. This is one of the things I really hate about the west. Everything is drugs, that is all they can think about now, it's absolutely disgusting. It really is a blight on society and probably the reason why the west can no longer make good media, because they are all creatively ruined through use of such things.

At least keep your thoughts of drugs away from nations and media that have no time for it and and would be the least likely to have any involvement with it.
>> No. 36853 [Edit]
Your vendetta against drugs is western in itself. Cannabis has a long history in Japan, and production of it was only prohibited because of western, puritanical interference. Hallucinogens are also a traditional part of many cultures. Your psychotic puritanism is nothing to be proud of.

Post edited on 16th Dec 2022, 7:56pm
>> No. 36854 [Edit]
Not the parent or grandparent poster, but your response seems a bit disproportionate. The way I interpreted it, GP's comment "suspected she's on drugs" was intended to highlight her overactive imagination and spacey nature. In fact, even the definition for "spacey" uses it in this sense: "out of touch with reality, as though high on drugs", and "on drugs" has become idiomiatic in that sense. I'm fairly certain GP didn't mean that Serufu was actually consuming psychadelics. Not every usage of the word drug is intended to be used to that effect.

Perhaps further discussion should be moved to /tat/, since this has nothing to do with the show.

Post edited on 16th Dec 2022, 8:00pm
>> No. 36855 [Edit]
Hemp has a history everywhere including medieval Europe, yet hemp for clothing and such and use as a drug are separate (for one thing often hemp lacks the THC concentration necessary in the first place).

However, in both Europe and Japan there is no actual history of usage of it as a drug, there are no written sources in Japan or the Medieval Europe for that matter that mention it ever happening, it simply did not happen. Again, the west thinks about drugs all the time and applies that to everything and assumes everybody else loves them too even when the ground for that are flimsy at best.

I am just sick of it coming up all the time, as I said, it's all the west ever things of and then they make up lies like >>36853
It's quite annoying.
The fact that it has become idiomatic with such is further proof for how far we have fallen.

Post edited on 16th Dec 2022, 8:09pm
>> No. 36856 [Edit]
>in both Europe and Japan there is no actual
>Until the early 20th century, cannabis-based cures were available from Japanese drug stores. Long an ingredient in traditional Chinese medicine, they were taken to relieve muscle aches, pain and insomnia.
>Meanwhile the Tohoku region was renowned for wild wariai kinoko (laughing mushrooms). In a country in love with its fungi - think shiitake, maitake and thousand-dollar matsutake - the sale of a range of psychedelic mushrooms was legal until 2002 when they were prohibited to improve the country’s international image prior to the Japan-South Korea World Cup.5

Post edited on 16th Dec 2022, 9:22pm
>> No. 36857 [Edit]
See, vague references to traditional Chinese medicine, which they also say is based on it not actually wholly it and they don't talk about what part was used and how. The rest is about it used for clothing and such.

>Given this plethora of evidence that cannabis was essential in so many aspects of Japanese life, one question remains in doubt: Was it smoked?

>Takayasu isn’t sure - and nor are many other experts. Historical archives make no mention of cannabis smoking in Japan

This is from your source by the way.

And as for the mushrooms, again that's not from a historical source he just talks abut a plant that is there(psychedelic mushrooms grow in many parts of the world including my own), the fact that they were only banned in 2002 probably indicates that they were fairly uncommonly used for that, or it would have been addressed sooner.

Post edited on 16th Dec 2022, 9:39pm
>> No. 36858 [Edit]
>they don't talk about what part was used and how
Presumably the part that would help with insomnia, and not the useless parts.
>or it would have been addressed sooner
It didn't need to be addressed at all.

I'm arguing against your puritanism, not in favor of heavy drug use. The people who did use psychedelic mushrooms(few or not), did nothing wrong.
>> No. 36859 [Edit]
There are a number of chemicals that are active in Cannabis(called Cannabinoids).

THC has the obvious effect, but the others are not involved in that and indeed it has been found that some actually fight against intoxication.
Ignoring THC the others are not intoxicants and many are used in pharmaceutical oils, many of these are are legal in many countries including Japan, because again, they are not intoxicants.
So what part was used and how would matter.

It's a relatively new industry and lots of research is being done on it. This is part of why it is still legal in japan and other places, I think I heard that Japan might have banned some or was thinking about it.
I don't really have an opinion on this because I don't keep up with the research on this, I can't say whether it's pseudo science or not or whether they are more or less effective at whatever they are meant to do than other products.

The Mushrooms did need to be addressed and it was.
>> No. 36860 [Edit]
>The Mushrooms did need to be addressed and it was.
Why? Do you have any reason besides you thinking drugs are icky? It's probably less adverse to their health than their rampant binge-drinking.

Post edited on 16th Dec 2022, 10:33pm
>> No. 36861 [Edit]
Well they are icky and so are the people that do them.
But also because of the effects they have on people(including making them icky), effects that I have seen first hand and also effects that are known to science. As I said, mushrooms like that grow in my area but also my uncle also grows marijuana(no I never had any, it never even crossed my mind).

Alcohol was mentioned on /tat/ but I have seen binge drinkers and drunks and they are far more tolerable and much more normal people(aside from those that drink and do drugs obviously). It does not have the same impact on the mentality.
This whole conversation should probably be there, if anything else comes up here I will just edit this post to respond so as not to add anything new.

Post edited on 16th Dec 2022, 10:46pm
>> No. 36862 [Edit]
Yall need to learn how to take a joke.
>> No. 36892 [Edit]
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Question: how how did they construct the rest of the floor on top of the two support beams they laid? Were they just laid perpendicularly on top of the support beams (such that each floor slab effectively has two points of support)?
>> No. 36893 [Edit]
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Ah it seems so
>> No. 36895 [Edit]
I find it so odd they rushed over what was the main project for the series. It was all build up with little build ing.
>> No. 36896 [Edit]
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If you're going to feature this much English, and have a main character who routinely speaks English, you'd think they could find someone who freaking knows English!
>> No. 36897 [Edit]
Bad job.
>> No. 36899 [Edit]
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What, the, actual, fuck?! WHY?! They destroyed the clubhouse so they could patch the roof before the obnoxious loli leaves? The same girl who offered multiple times to buy parts and materials?
So what, so instead of sending her off with the feeling that she helped contribute, you send her off knowing the clubhouse was ruined because of her?
They ripped out floorboards and destroyed a wall, but didn't even touch their tables?!
>> No. 36900 [Edit]

I get why they didn't want to have GoodJob-san just buy things, because then it's not a team effort. It doesn't quite seem like they destroyed the clubhouse entirely, and I guess they'll probably patch the floor of it later. I guess if you want to put the literary goggles on you can handwave something about how the tree house inherits the spirit of the old clubhouse, or how it marks a new generation of DIYers so it's only fitting that the old one be disassembled. But I would have preferred they do something cool like that thatched roof she mentioned.

>> No. 36901 [Edit]
They could have just put in a skylight.
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>> No. 36916 [Edit]
I completely forgot that GoodJob-san was leaving at the end of the term. I'll miss her and her interjections.
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