Gothic is a state of mind. It is often portrayed as very black, and that is because certain practitioners played that up for a sense of sadness. That is a disservice. Gothic may be colorful. Of this, I am sure.
Gothic is not about an assortment of sinister ravens saying “nevermore”, of gloomy castles and dark Victoriana. The truth is that the gothic genre has continued to flourish and evolve since the days of Poe producing some of its most interesting and accomplished examples in the 21th century in movies, novels and beyond.
3D Animation: Gothic
Perhaps, with the advent of computers and other technology, traditional 2D cartoons have evolved into spectacular, photorealistic, three-dimensional environments. Below is a film slide from Cinema Princess, while the protagonist herself can be found on both the still image and animated short movie, featuring Goth inspired apparel as well as Gothic architecture.