Hatching is rarely used in hand-drawn animation as a whole, but in Western animation in the Americas and Western Europe, it's often done to look like an old illustration.

But when I saw the first two pilots of Tomorrow's Joe, it has constant use of hatching, whether regular hatching, rough hatching or crosshatching, it's almost all over the place.

What's with the pilots of the anime having constant hatching?



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