I saw the promo of Missing Milo and I didn't notice much differences in the color style, except for the scene starting at 3.87 seconds. Actually I didn't like how they colored it, but I thought it was because of the time vortex they were in. The rest of the promo doesn't show big colour changes.
About the second season, I hope they don't mess too much things up, because I liked the style in Phineas and Ferb, and I keep loving it in Milo Murphy's Law. I'm kinda used to it, so a big change, especially in a cartoon which has a whole story behind itself like Milo Murphy's Law, would make it feel... uncomfortable. A slight change instead could make it better, like when they made Ice Age 2: they used the same graphic style, just used better programs to render it. In fact I liked more Ice Age 2's graphic than its prequel.
As said, I think Milo Murphy's Law's graphic is already awesome, and trying to make it different is risky. But let's wait to judge, because if the "changes" are like the ones I saw in the promo of Missing Milo, then I probably won't even see them.
Curious Poker Chip wrote: There are actually 4 sequels but the less we speak of the last sequel, the better.
Yeah, a weird one. But I kinda like all of them. Well... let's just say it's weird how there was first the ice age, then humans disappeared, then the continents took the shape they have now, THEN the solar system was created. I mean, where was the sun's light from before? I can suppose the light just got created from nothing by a time paradox...
Curious Poker Chip wrote: According to a couple of sources, like Variety and other news outlets, starting in Season 2 of Milo Murphy's Law, we will see a different colour scheme for the animation. And I quote:
"The animators opted for a naturalistic style of animation, in order to highlight realism, and a palette that uses earthy, autumnal hues rather than candy-coated colors"
"Missing Milo" will also contain that style.
I didn;t see much of a difference in the two seasons at all.