Erm, I actually think Inaho (and perhaps Urobuchi) has good reasons to do that, he more or less expressed his concern in his question.
Thats actually his most "robotic" action to me..
Robin Williams fans:
A majority would be most of in addition to much of.
Talking about someone's life and a work of art is different. I would say anything over 10% of the entirety of a show is significant enough to use the phrase "much of" in relation to certain techniques. For example, if each episode had a few seconds/minutes of __, you could say that much of the show includes that, even if it's a small percentage compared to the rest of the content.
Fate/Zero seems to be at least 75% computer-aided. Very impressive animation in that series.
I grew up in the mountains of Virginia and don't live there anymore. Nice try, though.
No, but I have Reign Of Fire for GameCube.
Dude, those Breath Of Fire games look fun!
Not sure if you're underestimating the effort of anime production =_=
As vwinter mentioned, using computer to do work is very different from letting computer to do work (where the frames are actually generated and rendered by computer, example like Sidonia).
I would expect something like F/Z to have ten-thousands scale (or even more) of hand drawn frames each ~20min episode.
Ugh, still waiting for the slimblade trackball's delivery.....