Japanese anime is different from cartoons. While both are caricatures that may be animated, anime usually has visually distinct features for characters, and a more “limited animation” style for depicting movement.
There is a difference between cartoons and Japanese anime. Although both have animated characters in them, anime has a lot of distinct features as far as characters are concerned. Apart from this, for movement depiction, the animation style is different. In this article, we are going to talk about some primary differences between cartoons and anime.
Anime refers to a Japanese animated series. They are available in several formats like television series, which include One Piece as well. Some of them are TV series while others are full-length feature films.
On the other hand, a cartoon is a type of illustrated visual art, which is two-dimensional in most cases. Over time, the definition has changed. Today, cartoons refer to a semi-realistic or non-realistic drawing of different living or nonliving objects.