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Hmm, yeah his movements can sometimes be purposeful and exagerated (though still fluid). Personally I think that works well in action sequences, and he can certainly do tamer movements as well. In general, I really like his style.

But you're right, there are animators out there who capture natural human or animal movements much better. I really love Hideki Himasu for that, for example, or Shin Wakabayashi (like that lovely cut he did  from Working where Inami is getting ready for her date in the mirror).

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