Oh, right! Well, you always bring up the eyes as being done differently, so that. Maybe the type of errors we're likely to see with how they've done the models, using examples (e.g. Brainy with Cedric's colours), and the advantages, too. I mean, there are whole articles on 3D v 2D, I'm sure, but a rough overview keeping it relevant to the show, e.g. crown and hairstyle designs can be more complex because, unlike with 2D animation, they will not need to be redrawn to be shown from different angles. Same goes for backgrounds.
I guess try to answer these two questions:
- What are the problems that Filly Funtasia may have due to being animated in this way?
- What are the advantages of it?
Probably try and sandwich it to keep the article positive: A positive introduction followed by quickly going over the negatives and then ending with more details on the positives. Or maybe start with the positives, then the negatives, and then a positive conclusion... Or just keep it more technical and just give a rough overview of what we're looking at and what work will have been done to create it.
So yes to what you said, but it doesn't need to be an animation tutorial, just an article for those who are interested in how the show's made and/or why that technique's been used. Remember that it doesn't have to be self-contained: If you mention a complex technique that you can't fully summarised in a short sentence then linking to a site that does explain it more fully is fine. Don't give yourself too much work!