Rei or Rem?
What went wrong with Bleach?
Do you like Samurai girls?
the first season was pretty good but the second kind of sucked and now it's dead. rip.
>an interview few months ago of Director Wang Xin for the production process of Hitori no Shita: The Outcast, a Chinese-Japanese collaboration series that aired in both countries. The first part of the interview was about his impression of the Japanese industry as an outsider who have worked with several studios
>--Many Japanese anime have been airing in China, and recently there has been multiple Chinese-Japanese collaborations. Has the Japanese studios changed in any ways to adapt to the Chinese broadcasting pacing?
>Wang: The Japanese side wants to change, but how much they can change is limited. That's why these collaborations have had so many problems. In essence, we are in a fine-tuning phase. Who ever can first get past this phase will have a big advantage [in the Chinese market].
>Japan has a very strict work flow that is completely different from the Chinese industry. Due to historical reasons, Chinese animation companies are mainly influenced by the western production process which is simpler.
>In contrast, the Japanese process is very complicated. They push the limits on every single detail and everyone in the process. If any one stage is stuck, the entire process halts. This is a weakness within their process. When the flow is very smooth and everyone delivers on time and on quality, it is a fantastic process. But they lack flexibility. Not at all. Everything must first go through step one before step two.
>The Chinese production cycle is more parallel. Many things can be worked on at the same time. Somethings start getting passed to the next person once it's 20% done. But in Japan, everything must be completely done before it can be handed down the line, so they waste a lot of time waiting.
>For example, in the animation process, say there's 300 cuts. We would make 10 cuts of key frames, have it approved by the director, and it goes to the in-between people. They [the Japanese industry] don't do that. They must wait until all 300 cuts are finished before they move to animation [in-between].
>This way, the in-between people are just waiting for two months for the key frames to finish. In theory, this can work if they just keep moving from episode to episode, but they ignore the fact that it takes three months to make one episode of key frames and the in-between is done in three days. So another cycle of waiting begins.
>--In what ways does this problem affect the series produced?
>Wang: Right now, the biggest problem in Japanese animation is that the first two episodes of a new series will be great, but then the quality starts dropping from episode three, all the way til the end. Most Japanese TV series are like this. The first two episodes they have plenty of time, so they take their time and everything is very detailed. Once the time tightens up by episode three, their quality starts to slide.
>--So usually the beginning and the end have higher quality?
>Wang: Now a days even the end isn't always well done. They are all rushed. For us, ten to fifteen days is a good buffer, but for them it's thirty days. [this last part isn't really clear in the interview and they moved on to the next topic].
>The rest of the interview is Wang Xin talking about all the things that happened (mostly blaming the Japanese studio, Namu) during production that made the HnS anime a dumpster fire (though the manga/manhua is great if anyone have the ability to check it out).
How can Sena even compete with this qt?
What the hell did I just watch? Why did they turn my GITS into a slice of life buddy cop flick?
Would you a cat /a/?
Thiccness updated again
>Character has developed a fear of rabbits
Can someone explain to me how the fuck this is possible?
Bad experience like getting bitten or just getting freaked out by them in general considering they are easy to kill and gut (hence the high repro rate). Also, watch something like Watership Down for extra freaky stuff.
>KyoAni would never prostitute their characters.
Defend this, KyoAnifags.
Maid dragon is about the author self inserting himself as pic related.
A rich little girl with a sister who plays maid, a 500y old dragon loli is trying to fuck her and he reacts to her attention like a horny virgin guy.
Why didn't you listen to his song?
ANIME FUCKING WHEN!?
I don't give a fuck if it is Isekai.
>Get Brown Queen Wife
>Get her pregnant and actually gives birth
I need this bad
>I need this bad
I'm genuinely afraid that we may all need Isekai in our lives OP what is this
>Directed by Tsurumaki
>Produced by Anno
>Made by Khara
>2 episode TV special
>Nobody talks about it
What the fuck is wrong with you /a/?
People shit on Toei, but when they actually make an awesome show, no one watches.
How sad that people would rather complain about Dragonball Super when they could be watching Tiger Mask W.
Why is isekai so popular?