>[Over-Time] Blue Blazes - 03 [35C5F992].mkv
The show about Anno's college life and other stuff.
It's a manga adaptation, which is okay according to the rules. Don't delete another thread out of ignorance and arrogance.
That sleaze made goddamn fucking Eva brand paint buckets. EVA. BUCKETS.
I don't think he hates his cash cow one bit tbh.
Yano is great.
I was allowed a spoon this entire time?
I meant the MC.
Although now he's going to try and be an animator this episode, I see. I wonder how bad he'll fail.
The sweet face of procrastination. I'm sure nothing will go wrong.
The life of an animator.
She wins, right?
Chuuni as fuck
This fucking guy
She's the best.
>The discussion of "live action" television shows is permitted so long as they are distinctly rooted in, or based off of an anime or manga series.
I don't care what it is, that rule needs to die. I don't want 3DPD here.
Them talking about in depth sakuga shit is the fucking best.
Dead on the mark, anon.
That person probably has a low powerlevel too.
I've already read 6 volumes of the manga and I'll stick to it.
Then go ahead and translate the manga, faggot.
This smug cunt.
>You didn't know this was his biography?
That seems to be the case. Though I admit I wasn't that much on touch with the news about his works.
The last thing I knew was that he made a Kill la Kill doujin and that Blazing Transfer Student had a Blu-Ray release, but nothing else.
>Anno animated his short straight ahead without using keyframe
Is this guy a monster or what?
Even when using keyframe animation, it's still very difficult to archive that level of consistency.
Anno was considered something of an animation prodigy back in the day. He was actually hired by Miyazaki to animate the most technically difficult parts of Nausicaa while he was still at university. He ended up being expelled because he was spending too much time working on his various animation and Tokusatsu projects and not studying.
>In October 1983, Anno saw an advertisement in the magazine Animage. The anime film of Nausicaa was falling behind schedule, and animators were needed. On the Nausicaa DVD, Toshio Suzuki recalled Anno’s appearance: “One day he just showed up. Afterwards I realised how much guts it must have taken to walk right in and hand Miyazaki samples of his work.” Anno was hired, and set to animating the God Warrior. According to Suzuki, “Miyazaki wanted something with impact, very detailed, with a unique sense of movement.” Among the stories of Anno’s time on Nausicaa, it’s said that he suffered from terrible diarrhea, which his colleagues joked was the God Warrior’s curse. Miyazaki sent him a memo saying, “Use two colours for the smoke. If you use three colors, I kill you!” The director also forced Anno to restrict the number of frames in the God Warrior sequence. Anno wanted to die when he saw the final result. That the terrific scene didn’t satisfy him speaks volumes about Anno’s drive, his obsession with bringing titanic images to anime.
>Anno: Well, that’s where you find out what you’re really made of. To some extent, anyone can each a certain level of achievement if they try. Whether they can go beyond that point depends on the given individual. Going beyond that point requires quality. Hard work alone won’t do it. And there will always be someone better than you. If you get carried away by how good you are, what do you suppose will happen when you discover that there are far better people in the world already?
>… Anno: Exactly. I put my work ahead of everything, which makes me cold. I sacrifice people, including myself. Going that far is like being prepared to die.
If a story is good only for the reference, then it is basically a fucking garbage.
This shouldn't be plenty of fun even if you miss most of them. The characters by themselves (and good acting) make the show.
Well i only recognized anno. The actual show is full or reactions you'd expect from a manga or anime. Plus it's paired with a manga plot. You got an MC with a two girl harem and he's over the top with his reactions.
Basically give it a try. I'm enjoying it.
You can google them if you want but knowing who they are isn't necessary to enjoy it.
However, your enjoyment of the series would probably be a lot more if you've seen at least a little of the anime they mention.
Not really, each real-life person in the main cast gets a little introduction that lists some of their work/job positions and the subbers added some in for the second episode. The Gainax guys are probably the easiest to recognize for anyone into NGE or their other anime (Princess Maker guy is the one who quit after making the anus breathing comment when TTGL was airing).
Some people might miss a lot of the manga jokes/references though.
No it's a biographical adaptation of a well known mangaka. With cameos from hideaki and a few other well known industry names. Hideaki has the biggest role as the MC's rival.
But honest to god anon its more like a deep stare into the students thought process.
>thinks he's smarter than everyone else
>puts of working thinking he has time
>thinks he's working towards being part of the industry when in actual fact he's just a consumer.