Oh Zeus, but Oi chan is best chan.
Misa, cute as a burger.
Midori, a writer. She's the only one who went to uni.
Zuka-chan. Red hair + blue eyes is the best combination.
Green eyes are masterrace, fuck you.
Bunch of mutants they are.
Brown eyes master race.
We're not a bunch on mutants like the rest of you guys.
Which production assistance would you fuck?
Production team. Pay more attention, Jim.
Is it wrong of me to self-insert as the
twintail assistant producer due to it being actually my job title as well? I would give up my life as it is nowjust to look that cute.
Also, I stopped wondering why some series turn to shit during airing or studios encounter heavy financial/team crisises in the middle of a show - this anime displays the most horrid, beaurocracy-ridden production pipeline that goes beyond the worst corporate standards known to men. I love this series so far, but it's baffling to see almost medieval or Kafka-style management shown in an upbeat way.
On a sidenote, why are twintails such a splendid miracle of the universe?
Delicious Christmas cake. How old is Segawa?
It's the 35th anniversary of Idepon so it's actually set in 2015.
Every time I have watched this anime, I almost want to cry.
Haven't you heard what I said to you in Episode 5?
A true Patriot. Commencing Operation Storyboard.
So is Kirito-kun a traitor? How do you betray a animation studio? Leaking their ideas?
Fuck yeah he's back.
Well, they made the scene implies he is scheming something with the other studio. I didn't know PA can be freelancer too.
Is this director serious?
This man is your friend. He personally ensured the success the defence of Stalingrad, the offensive at Imphal and stormed Omaha Beach.
This show is full of beautiful adult ladies. Bueno.
2D version only.
>Hey guys lets have a slumber party!
>What do you want to do?
>Let's all get out of the shower at the same time, make sexy poses and engage in idle banter
>I'll blow dry my hair right next to you two talking!
Not only is that rude but it looks weird how much she's enjoying hair blowing that hair.
Look they obviously planned to get out of the baths at the same time and sit next to each other looking sexy while they talk, and then she comes along and whips that blow dryer out of her pussy and starts blowing her hair all over. It's seriously rude because it's very loud and they won't be able to hear each other over it.
Also when wrapping her towel around her, she somehow pulled off a wrap that covered vagina, who the fuck wraps their towel like that? What a rude prude.
Mates at animation school. Probably fucked.
Where is production assistant's work IRL most similar to what we see in Shirobako?
PAs are the entry level job of pretty much any media production, with the most common ones being television programs and news studios. They often organize shot sheets, distribute scripts, and just make sure everyone has the paperwork/material they need.
Shirobako got a segment on ZIP!, a normal people morning news show. Anime get featured occasionally. I remember SnK, Free!, Kancolle.
But she was told that she won Tomioka=Tomino by the fight.
It means that she is obviously....
>degree in visual computing
please, go away.
I don't see the problem. Especially considering what the girl studying to become a 3D animator said about feeling like her art or craft had to catch up to traditional animation. It's not like the show is saying that CG as it is now is the best thing ever, more like it has potential to add something worthwhile to the medium. This is absolutely true. The reasonable response to CG looking like shit is not to say that CG will always look like shit and should not be used but to develop the technology and the skills of people utilizing it until it doesn't look like shit anymore.
>before they started shoving that down our throats.
They didn't. They are taking a serious look at what will happen to anime.
Every show now has CG. Some shows are becoming CG-only, both high budget and low budget shows. It's a change as big as digital coloring.
No one is asking you.
But in all seriousness a well produced 3D will look better than most 2000 era anime. It's a fact. It's possible to get it to look as good as a 80s OVA even.
3D will replace 2D completely in the future it's inevitable and you will have to learn to live with it.
The bubble will burst eventually, anon.
>3D will replace 2D completely in the future it's inevitable and you will have to learn to live with it.
It's not even a bad thing, not necessarily. It's not like 3D animation is stuck where it is today, it can develop and improve to the point where only change-fearing nostalgiafags could complain about it. That said, I am pretty confident that there will always be traditional animation, as well, simply because there will be people who want to do it.
>don't know how the real world works because they are so preoccupied by anime.
Wasn't he saying that movement in animation seem awkward because animators are basing movement on anime instead of how real people move in real life? Or am I mixing up different interviews?
>not liking 3D animation
A tool that is much more effective and efficient which is the most important thing for a business.
And anime making is a business.
People won't go back to using a hand drill now that we have electrical powered ones, even though a hand drill is more precise.
Next spring we will get a mainky CG moe anime, Etotama. It looks gorgeous, and the movement and all is very great since it doesn't try to mimic 2D anime, but try to be a 3D anime first and foremost.
And the latest Hack movie's 3D character is fuckung gidly and I want all my anime to look like that.
My poor Ema...... Most of the wages of animator are paid in a commission system. It makes all young animators Fucking terrible poor.
that really is sad, if you look at her sink, her tooth past and brush are there. meaning she doesn't even have a shower in her apartment. it's a shared unit for the whole floor.
I think small apartments like this are comfy, it would be of course better if it had a shower but it can't be helped.
She goes to a public bath, like the one from OP pic.
Aoi is becoming closer to being my waifu in every episode
But Goth Loli-sama if including all.
Office workers ?
What did you watch in this anime?
But it does look like shit, it's shoved into everything, and the the show explained it's something that people who can't draw use to break into the animation scene. It's a blight on the industry.
Digital coloring still allows the animator to draw there own specific style and animate with "personality". Digital is fine. Look at the webgen in YQ, it was fucking brilliant and the animators style made use of the webgen to dinner on the animation department. CG looks jarring, moved unnaturally and uses fixed models that don't allow for any of the creativity that animation does. I don't care that it cuts costs and lets people with less talent into the animation scene, it still looks like shit.
>it does look like shit
>Shit CG looks like shit
wow what an insight
>it's shoved into everything
>Shit CG looks jarring
wow what an insight
>it's something that people who can't draw use to break into the animation scene. It's a blight on the industry.
If anything Japan needs it
I hope they give coverage to the other girls when Exodus is finished and we can finally stop seeing Miyamori despite how wonderful she is.
If that is your problem I am kind of puzzled as to why you replied to>>116909103 in the first place, as that post was about how the answer to CG looking like shit is to improve CG rather than to get rid of it.
So there's still that 1% chance for me. Thanks anon!
Digital colouring is a tool animators adapted to, and bore use for have drawn animation. How long has CG been around and still looks like shit?
You say this like there's good, unobtrusive CG that exists. And as good as it gets, it can never imitate the personality hand drawn has.
I don't find rotoscoping or cg done for vehicles or machines to be obtrusive. Look at the Yamato from the 2012 anime. It looks great
When did you realize?
And you are fat like Mizushima, aren't you?
it really depends on your position and your work environment. I can understand if you are working in a big corp and you are a small fish there is a pressure or an incentive to address your superior by the title not first names. but if you work in anything like the tech industries that's probably very foreign.
Absolutely disgusting. Anime combine a number of elements to create a story, I hope to good you're trolling and don't actually think animation isn't a huge part of anime.
Except beautiful hand drawn animation exists. Even the best CG looks like shit next to half way decent drawn anime.
McDonalds is technically food. What's your point? I don't like eating shit.
>You address the ruler of your country by name when speaking to him? How about a judge in the court? An officer? Your boss?
I have never had an opportunity to address the president of my country. If I did, in an official situation I would call him mister president, but in a private conversation that would just be unnatural. I would address the judge in the court as judge, but that would also be limited to court. In another situation I would probably use his name. I don't think there is an established way of addressing officers, but "officer" as a form of address is definitely not used. I would probably just call him "you". As for my boss, yes, I would use his name. Unless he specifically demanded otherwise, which would be unusual and probably lead to a less than favorable impression among his subordinates.
What he is saying here >>116910974 is that digital coloring, when it became common in television anime, was the reason why most early 2000 anime look so dull and lifeless. Because Japan is such a backwards country where they don't seem to be interested in mastering new techniques, it took quite a while until digitally colored anime started look acceptable. The same thing is with anime. Their current standard for CGI is shit, but it will gradually get better and better.
So this is officially art now, right? Theatre references make things art, don't they?
I know what he's saying, but digital is still hand drawn. CG doesn't have the bending or stretching, and one models are made they look out of place in terms of color, shape and movement. The early digital QUALITY era later a few years, and there were still good looking digital anime during it. CG isn't a new way to drawn anime, it's a different production style fundamentally in that your not drawing anything. It's also been around for a while now, and still looks like shit.
P.A. should make 5 OVAs and a movie trilogy about her beating the shit out of Tarou.
>Not been in the last two episodes.
I want to
drink tea and have polite conversationwith her.
Is he quitting?
>beautiful hand drawn animation exists
It's surprisingly rare especially for TV series
>Even the best CG looks like shit
No, you're a blind dumbass
I'm sick and tired of stills everywhere and badly directed and super fucking short action scenes because good key animators are so fucking rare.
While yes sometimes CG in the middle of key animation looks bad, it's the exact same thing for the super awesome sakuga scenes in the middle of cheap TV series too.
Key animation is so overrated.
What is the purpose of these colors?
There are several airing shows each season with great animation and scene composition. There's never any good CG action. And holy shit I can't believe you just compared sakuga cuts to having CG models shoehorned into a scene.
That was the first time. I'm not familiar with it, but I think you need to at least rephrase it or put a question mark or something in to actually reroll.
Seeing as it was the first time, I'll obviously win.