An underwater shipwreck that looks like it could be a background in anime movies such as “The Little Mermaid” or “Finding Nemo”. Shipwrecks are habitats for fish.
I have created an imaginary image based on the phrase “Shipwreck undersea”.
The reason why shipwrecks are often depicted in anime when it comes to underwater scenes is that shipwrecks are mysterious and intriguing.
The presence of shipwrecks expresses a sense of adventure and a mysterious world view.
Shipwrecks suggest that there was some kind of story in the past, and their atmosphere is used to create a sense of adventure and a mysterious world view in anime.
The presence of shipwrecks represents the underwater ecosystem.
Since shipwrecks function as habitats for underwater creatures, they may appear in anime as an essential element for expressing the underwater ecosystem.
The presence of shipwrecks also creates a beautiful scene.
Due to their unique shapes and ways of breaking apart, shipwrecks are also used as an element for aesthetic expression in animation.
If I could become a fish, I would love to play inside a shipwreck.