you act as if you stole the entire dictionary. you are indeed, retarded. you cannot spell, you cannot make a valid argument, you judge other peoples works of art with your own made up logic that does not apply in the real world. if you're going to try and talk smack about someones work than you need to EDUCATE YOURSELF!!!! don't be an even larger ignoramus by trying to justify your stupidity.
I recommend you try reading up on the actual animation processes involved in his films. 3D/cinematic sequences have been used in his films since as far back as Castle in the Sky, and a lot of digital art was seamlessly woven together with traditional art in the making of Spirited Away.
I'm not sure if you're just a troll or not, but assuming you're not, I recommend Thomas LaMarre's book on the theory of animation, The Anime Machine, which goes very in-depth on how Miyazaki utilizes different mediums in his works in a number of chapters.
That being said, just because his films use a lot of hand-drawn animation doesn't mean they "aren't a real fan" for not following suit. Miyazaki creates his films to show the wonder of the world and share that with audiences of all ages, and I seriously doubt he'd reject a fan just because of their medium preference.
If anything, trying to regulate and claim that only certain people are "true fans" sounds like the logic of otaku -- a group Miyazaki has gone on the record for saying he dislikes(1).