Watched Act I last night with a friend who's not as well-informed on the Farragut-verse as myself. His only complaint was that Captain Carter's voice seemed a bit low and flat compared to the others. Perhaps some audio tweaking (audio levels, reverb, equalization) is in order?
For myself, I did noticed that a paint program had been used, rather than traditional cels, but that's because I'm a Photoshop geek.
All in all, it was an enjoyable trip down memory lane.
Thanks...you are indeed correct...this was done 'digitially' instead of the traditional 'light table'; however, we worked very hard to give it that 'Saturday Morning Cartoon' feel.
As for the audio tweaking, thanks for the advice. The audio in this was done over a year period with recording and re-recording...sometimes whole sentences were restructured from various dialog recorded at various times. We will continue to refine this process and hopefully will improve upon this in the later acts and the next episode.
Thanks for your feeback!