Probably based on a SoL where nature has grown out of control and civilization has become more secluded from each other
Got a whole folder of images I'd make an anime from if anybody wants to see them.
Would watch the shit out of this.
This one is good. There's so many things to question about it.
The "Gun & Ammo" sign.
The gas masks.
It's also night time and it looks like they were returning from the outside into this fortress. Just what kind of things are there outside that they need guns? Is it people? Is it some kind of monster?
The expressions in this image are great too.
The girl smiling while waving towards a soldier with a gas mask. What's their connection?
The old man behind the stall looks so tired. How long has he been here? The soldiers look young compared to him. Does he even go out? He's not in a uniform like the others.
IS-style mecha girls are not exactly new. But they don't do space combat often enough.
This is one of my favorites. I've always been a fan of the integrated technology and super clean city designs, so combining those in motion in an anime would be great.
The folder has 105, but a few are just picutres of anime girls that somehow ended up in there.
This is a similar theme to the previous one, but with an empahsis on the wide hips area of scientific development. Not sure if she's in a car, plane, spaceship, or mecha, but the sound system right by your ears has to be great either way.
I hope my little commentary isn't annoying; I have nobody to share these with and I thought it might be fun to explain why we thought the image would make a good anime.
This one is interesting to me because of the melding of fantasy elements and space, which I haven't seen done often or well. The main thing that makes me have a raging brainer is that the closest odd floating obelisk is over 19 au away (or maybe 19 au long, which is even more insance). If you don't know what an au is, that's the distance between the Earth and the sun. So this thing is basically 19 suns away from our point of view, but it's still larger in the sky than the moon would be in comparison. I just know there'd have to be some juicy mystery behind the mysterious supermassive obelisks.
They face hard times.
Have to make immoral decisions (exp: steal from people with less than them just because they need food/ammo)
No plot armor at all for anyone
Nobody trusts in anybody because they know if they have they'll kill each other to survive
Something like that, but that's just me
I believe this is just fan-art of S.T.A.L.K.E.R or Metro 2033 but in anime form. I could be wrong though
Play either or both of these and I think you'd probably have a good idea.
Ok will do.
This is another favorite. Where are the flying hermit crabs that were large enough to have whole cities built in their shell? Does the entire world exist on the backs of these beasts? Where the hell would you mine all that stone to build those ruins to begin with? The questions are tantalizing.
An innocent Japanese schoolgirl gets lost on a trip to a remote jungle. Luckily she befriends a many eyed tentacle monster, and they have fun, platonic adventures together.
>Luckily she befriends a many eyed tentacle monster, and they have fun, platonic adventures together.
They sure do anon
does she find other creatures?
I normally hate SOL, but this picture is just too damn comfy to not want an anime of it. As long as it kept the same blue, muted tones, it would be a pleasure to watch. Also I am intrigued by the Russian moonrunes on the sack on the left.
There's a lot of really good artists on Deviantart actually. There's mostly shit mind you, but don't let the memes make you think otherwise.
That picture would make for a great dark fantasy show, but that girl's face is so fucking stupid I can't help but bust out laughing at it.
Nazghul Knight anime when?
A alien hive running a extra-dimensional archive.
They collect books, artifacts, stories throughout human history.
Each episode revolves around securing another object of interest without interfering with history or raising suspicion.
They don't work chronologically, i.e. each episode takes place at random points in history
They use cute little girls as avatars. They mostly look alike but each is also a little different.
One episode might have one of their bodies damaged just to be replaced to by another. Think of it as a mixture of Kino, Rei clones and Incubators.
Mid-season we see Earth getting destroyed at some point in the future, humanity goes extinct.
From that point on we're shown how they're collecting humans too.
A few of the human samples hitch a plan to save earth.
Last episode has the portals closing before the humans can execute their plan. The hive moves on to archive another civilization.
>Why didn't you tell us?
>You didn't ask.
>Why didn't you help us?
>We are archivists, not your protectors.
Have another one. Basically some possibly-evil knight with a morality pet.
The watercolors lend this a dark feel, so I feel like this would be a darker story to match. These young people are the only ones to survive their village being destroyed by a careless hand knocking over a candle. Now, with nothing but a few weapons and the clothes on their back, they must survive a cold, dangerous, uncaring world with little experience. How will the older ones care for the younger ones? Or will they just leave them behind during the night so there's one less mouth to feed?
>does she find other creatures?
The scary, but gentle and kind hearted three legged minotaur shows up in episode three.
>lolis discussing quantum mechanics
Daily (un)life of commoners under a benevolent - at least to the citizens - lich.
I never realized that I needed this, but I really need this. It mixes my love of loving, platonic father figure/daughter figure relationships with my love of tough/evil guys with a soft side.
Agreed. The closest thing I can think of right now would be Tate no Yuusha no Nariagari, though he's more chaotic good than evil. He's seen as evil though, so it's something.
>lolis attempting to formalize all of mathematics up to the 20th century
A young girl discovers on her 16th birthday that she is the indisputable god of seventeen planets and all their inhabitants. Naturally, she spends her time thinking of new and inventive ways to cruelly torment the inhabitants in order to fill the gaping hole in her heart that nothing satisfies.
>Daily (un)life of commoners under a benevolent - at least to the citizens - lich.
Sounds like the scenario with the loli Death Magician from The Palace of Avalon. Or maybe the people near Ainz Ooal Goon (sp?) in Overlord. Either way, neat idea.
> he commited a sin against God
> he's sent to a hell-like place
> he meets a little girl
> she knows how to get out
> they go trying to find the exit
> they bound with each other like father-daughter
> find the exit
she's the key to open the exit but if he opens the door she'll disappear. And then everything goes to black
This, except give her an operating outfit and a gas mask, and make me Metro 2033 with cute girls.
Fuck, I meant nineteen. Can't count.
An underground fighting ring in which cute girls beat each other into a bloody, unconscious mess for money. An amateur boxer girl gets brought along by a friend, and begins a descent into the seedy underbelly of underground fighting.
But what does he pick? I can't have that kind of cliffhanger weighing down my soul.
> you did the right thing letting him live
> yeah, but for whom?
SOL with a night guard in the museum and the exhibits coming to life where they go on small whimsical adventures each night.
Anubis is a cool, fatherly guy, has some pride though and doesn't like to admit that he's not as big a deal anymore as he used to be.
Probably ideal as a kids show.
Class of normal schoolkids are mysteriously transported to a futuristic planet. Odyssey ensues.
another one, same artist I think
drop by /wg/ sometime anons.
pic related has been done so many times only to leave me disappointed just as many..
Atmospheric futuristic setting can't be done in /v/ as well
It sucks man.
Obligatory highschool action show. Some sort of ancient evil awakens. Causes Zombie apocalypse. MC descends from line of those who fight ancient evil. Has powers yadda yadda
highschool of the dead
+ fantasy-game style zombie killing.
Ambiguity is my best subject
A police official has a disfunctional family. His wife always drinks, he never has time for his 16-years old son and doesn't know how to express himself but trys to get closer to him. One day his son is killed in a robbery. Searching the assasin with a deep-hatred he founds him and trys to kill him, but he doesn't because that would never solve anything, instead he puts him in jail to suffer in the long run
Can I just get spygames animated?
Or an anime with KimJungJi designs in general.
>it's always raining or cloudy
>megacity covering everything as the eye reaches (which is not that far due to smog) with neon and sodium lights everywhere
>everything ruled by evil corporations
>everything looks industrial, a bit rusty, worn-down but still hi-tech and functional
>some mega-project constructions visible
stereotypical cyberpunk setting
Anthropomorphic personifications of all kinds of light sources
So, Night at the Museum, except not terrible? I can dig it.
Well, Now and Then, Here and There uses that concept, but not in the way that I think any of us wanted to. Not sure about web novels though.
Damn son, he needs to work on his faces. That girl looks ridiculous.
Steampunk otaku SOL. I know steampunk gets a lot of hate, but it's a cool concept imo.
I've always loved the grungy cyberpunk/dystopian look, especially when they juxtapose the old and the new. I think Mirror's Edge did it pretty well for a /a/ flavor, though it was a very clean cut dirty feeling, if that makes any sense.
/wg/ is pretty neat, thanks. I get out of /a/ so rarely, I forget we have other neat boards.
You millennials sure are suckers for overdrawn shit. You bend way over for it. Meanwhile, this scene with one color in the background has 100x more going on than your Pollock vomit ever could.
There's a bridge where people that want to die disappear in thin air. A girl who wants to die is trying to jump but a man stops her saying "do you really want to die? then do so" and pushes her. As she falls down she goes 6 years back in time and the man tells her that she's been given the choice to re-do her life, but there's no garuantee on how things will turn out later on, or she can just disappear from existence.
He's the soul of the bridge and sees over others to make them see that there's more in life than just bad things
SOL anime about the Devil and her escapades in the forest.
Crew of a salvaged tank surviving/suffering in a western style post world.
and they're the only ones with a tank
This sounds like that one episode in Mushishi
While on a road trip, a small group of friends discover a strange loop looking machine in the middle of nowhere emitting a blue glow. It doesn't look like it fell from the sky, nor are there any signs of the heavy machinery that would have been needed to either construct or transport the structure. When one of the friends gets close, the inside of the loop transforms from transparent air to an opaque, shimmery surface similar to a pool of oil. While the other members of the group freak out and argue about whether the call the government or police about this suspicious artifact, the friend that touched the device is overcome by curiosity. Disregarding common sense and self preservation, they quickly climb up and jump in the oily surface before any of their friends can stop the fool.
The group waits with bated breath for a handful of seconds. Suddenly, a hand with a sleeve the same color as their friends comes out of the oily sheen and beckons them in. It then retracts, and they are left with a choice. Follow their friend into the terrifying, but tantalizing unknown, or stay here and call the relevant authorities?
>those people in the foreground for that sense of scale
>such an enormous, man made object making nature its bitch
I need it.
I love the idea, but I would be really bugged by how they would fuel a beast like a tank in a post apocalyptic scenario.
Why? Why did they do this?
1937 Paris Exhibition of Art and Technology in Modern Life. On the left is the Nazi's display. Across the road is the Soviets.
Both are manned by cute anime girls. Both want their country to go down as the greatest in human history. They have 12 episodes to prove it.
Just read Gravity's Rainbow.
2hus (or a knockoff) trying to reintegrate into modern society. Things don't go terribly wrong, just small-scale, comedically wrong.
Updated version of Pygmalion about a mangaka who draws his waifu and then she turns to life and becomes real.
Not much of an idea for this picture to be honest, but I've always loved jumbled and pointless architecture, and this is chock full of it. It would make a great background setting for an anime.
>those pots precariously perched on a slanted roof with no way to safely water or tend to them
>that weather vane where nobody in the building or on the ground could see it
>a dozen stories up with only outdoor stairs to get up with
>random lamps that high up on a tower where they would serve no purpose for illumination
1. What does this have to do with what I said?
2. There is already an anime about forest nymphs. It's called Wakfu or something.
I drop by /wg/ a few times a year and there's usually not much to pick out for my taste.
Still dope if done right.
Reeve really had the right idea with the setting, fucking amazing, and it was certainly dark and morbid in sections (Zero/Naga resurrecting her own brother), but it was still a YA series.
Municipal Darwinism is still my favorite setting for anything, though.
I'll send a message to Scott Westerfield.
Is it good? Kim Jung Gi is one of the most incredible artist in this earth but I wonder how well he does with comics, even if not written by him. Can't wait to get a hold of those fucking sketchbooks thought. Also, is that shit only in french, doubt it's scanlated right.....?
A boy and his family run a cat shelter for stray and unwanted cats, and all is good. However, after one too many nights of the lonely and horny high school boy saying [A cat is fine too], said cat magically becomes a sapient, humanoid cat girl. Zaniness ensues as the boy must explain to his family why he was raping cats nightly for years, and why that cat is now a thinking, speaking person. Despite this embarrassment, more and more cats begin transforming into adorable cat girls, raising questions as to just how many cats this boy raped with his insatiable bestiality desires.
Eventually, the government takes notice of the boy's magical seed, and plans to create an army of animal/human hybrids by making the boy copulate with powerful species such as elephants, grizzly bears, and lions. The cat girls, despite their repeated raping, have taken to the boy, so they use their greatly enhanced cat strength to protect the boy and his family, and a desperate struggle ensues.
>sapient monkey cyborg
Miku actually is a combat android designed for a war with not-china that never came to pass. She's working as an idol now for PR reasons.
Everything she does is in a superpowered chuuni way because that's a) because what PR tells her the fans like b) as combat android she only has little data on interacting with people except impressing civilians during weapons expos.
Her home is a facility that's like a downsized version of aperture science/glados, keeping her repaired and all that. Last episode she wakes up an undetermined time in the future, somewhat in disrepair. The facility does its best to repair her again but has to do with some makeshift replacements. She's Calne now.
Love this picture. I think I'll sperg out a little bit.
>Three planets make up a trinary system
>Each one evolves a different type of intelligent life
>Because they're so close, they can observe one another, and have been doing so for decades
>But they can't communicate beyond simple Morse code
>Eventually all three decided to build an enormous space elevator with a station at the center of the three
>The work is dangerous and hard, but they get to be a part of the greatest thing their civilization has ever done
>The characters are various people working on the elevator from all three planets
>Story explores their motivations for joining the project, what they're running from and looking for
>They all have some preconceived notion about what the other societies are like, since there's mutual observation but no one gets to explain anything
>We get to see what notions are correct, which are false and why; we already know if the character's hopes, dreams or fears will comes true
>Maybe each culture idolizes or hates another because of something they see, but don't really understand.
>First contact is made
>Tense situation, as any misdeed or accidental insult could lead to war.
>What we believe collapses into what actually is.
>We have to reconcile our worldviews based on what is true
>In the end, no one really knows anything about anything, we're just ants crawling across the face of the Mona Lisa
>That's the point of being alive
I can dig it. I hate the idol idea to be honest, but the way you present makes me think it could actually be interesting if done correctly and not explained away in a five second explanation.
Cute PMCs doing cute things.
that contains a bit too much rape to ever get an anime.
how about this:
>evil scientist wants to take over world with army of animal hybrids
>his assistant lets fetishes get the better of him and mostly creates sexy animal girls instead of powerful war machines
>evil scientist is captured and put in jail
>but he managed to produce millions of those girls
>they are subservient to people who resemble the evil scientist and they pretty much fall into severe depression if they cannot make their owner happy
All that happens in episode 1. Rest of the show deals with suitable "owners" being located, instructed and monitored and people struggling with the balance of treating them as humanely as possible while also satisfying their need to serve.
Instead of the heavyhanded "sex is illegal and enforced by SWAT" stuff from monster musume it could be allowed in principle but MC already has a girlfriend who not only keeps MC under control but also the cats.
Cue spraying them with a water bottle
Parents stare incredulously.
>What? It works.
yeah, my idea was actually that the idol stuff was more of a minor aspect as far as screentime is concerned. Dance animation is expensive anyway. But fans would expect at least some songs.
Most of the time would be spent on showing what a civilian life of a combat android would look like.
I guess you could reduce it to a 3-minute gag scene after the last credits roll or something like that if nothing better comes to mind.
>that contains a bit too much rape to ever get an anime.
Probably, but I think it would make for both a funny and an original setting, which is why I wrote it. Toning things down is safer and more acceptable, but if you want raunchy humor/settings then just fucking commit. I like your alternative too though, it sounds like it would be a fun, comfy ride. Could use more sex desu though.
>yeah, my idea was actually that the idol stuff was more of a minor aspect as far as screentime is concerned. Dance animation is expensive anyway. But fans would expect at least some songs.
Most of the time would be spent on showing what a civilian life of a combat android would look like.
Both of those were me, so I'll respond here too. I guess I could support that for the people who like that kind of stuff, but idol shit just never appealed to me. I've never liked sung songs in any show since I was a kid, it just makes me uncomfortable. Even music videos push it sometimes.
archeologists piecing together epic battles of the past.
the reconstructions get better over time. we start with some wild speculation based just some combat traces left in the landscape. then they find weapons and make some sketches. Then CG models.
They also try to fit the puzzle pieces into sketchy historical records that trace back from their current civilization and apparently have influences to the current day.
Esteemed researchers having heated arguments over which of their favorite discoveries was more awesome and who was fighting for the good and bad guys. The good guys obviously being those who wrote history.
In the end we get some original footage recorded from then, overthrowing all assumptions.
>some lazy security guard working in refugee center
>at first things are hell on earth, fights and stuff
>eventually the guy gets shit working and things gets easier
>every time some new problems to deal with
lots of interesting characters and episodes
a yaoi adaptation could also be made easily
>how they would fuel a beast like a tank in a post apocalyptic scenario.
>Alternate reality where things run on biofuel/infinite energy cell that is hard to maintain
>They need to find things to maintain it
Makes me think of all those Mecha animes that show both sides of the conflict
>I love it
Seinen Pokemon. Monsters are monsters. You can tame them and use them. But they will eat you and your family if they start doubting your dominance.
And the cute ones? They're probably used for their fur and meat.
This makes me think of Etrian Odyssey for a reason
Which makes me think that an Etrian Odyssey anime would be great but we already kind of got it with Grimgar (At least my experience with the game has been the same as Grimgar. Grinding low-level mobs to get good equipment to move on, running away in fear, fearing FOEs, drawing your own map)
>Stalker-esque japanese post-apoc landscape.
There's already an anime of it, lurk more.
Fuck, just remembered there's this project floating in the internet where they made a library that "contains" all the books know (and to be know) to mankind. You should google it, there's also a photo function that will literally ruin the site for "sharing" porpoises, so don't ruin it and don't think about the later, seriously.
Here we have literal moe police btw.
I'm sure everyone has seen stargate.
This kind of brainstorms is what made OVAs so great, but even then a big deal of works from The animator expo weren't that discussed (except for some being MeMeMe the most "discussed) or maybe I missed them but holy shit, Hammerhead and many others were just too good.
Check IBUSEKI YORUNI from the animator expo, I don't know jack about spygames but your pic somehow remembered it to me.
Preferably with lots of casual self-disassembling scenes.
This seems like a cool setting but I can't write for shit.
it would be more interesting if they manage to let the evil stay evil and don't give it the vegeta treatment
After some more centuries people started to devolve forcefully thanks to some major problem that fucked tech over. while the rich could start new technologies, the poor had to start to rediscover old technologies finally adopting old traditions that once were lost forever.
MC is a painter and paints a picture of the girl he has a crush on, soon after the girl dies in a tragic accident. While crying in front of his painting he falls into it like a portal. When he wakes up he is in front of his painting holding a brush after just finishing it. MC keeps trying to save the girl but she dies each time in a different way and each time, the world resets to when he finished painting the picture.
Found it. Really need to organize my shit.
That's fine too.
Just some hellish scenarios.
RPG setting from the perspective on NPCs. It's set in a neutral border town. Adventurers come and go, armies of various factions ride through, only the chaotic ones causing serious trouble.
We mostly follow day to day business of an artifact appraiser and trader. Lazy heroes often unload loot in bulk and only ask for appraisal of a few outstanding objects, selling the rest wholesale. The NPCs make a profit from digging out a few hidden gems and selling the lesser stuff as ingredients / for raw material salvage to other NPCs.
Occasionally they have to deal with legendary items that absolutely must go to the right clients.
The whole thing lives by playing with RPG tropes. In their world many campaigns from different DMs run in parallel with some minor inconsistencies occurring that must be navigated in a genre-savy way.
>oh yes, the king sent message to retrieve this UNIQUE item for you.
>NPC goes to the backroom
>picks out one out of dozen identical items, the only difference that the PC's name is engraved in this one in some runes
PCs are also treated as powerful idiots. Give them a quest and they'll be on their way and hack it to pieces. But if they stay in town for long things often go horribly wrong. And they often talk in this inane manner, which NPCs generally badmouth as Ook, OOK!
When was the last time we got a good afterlife-reincarnation anime?
Produced by KyoAni or A-1 studios.
I really love this Cirno pic, don't know exactly why though.
This thread was great, evolved from the occasional visual porn to some nice brainstorming, I love you /a/, stay classy.
>Cute girl befriends ancient evil
>Ancient Evil turns out to be human that was sent to hell after his companions betrayed him
>Cute girl acts as a moral compass though evil dude doesn't really listen
>hijinks ensue and whole anime is girl trying to stop guy from slaughtering everyone and everything
Somehow I forgot my picture
Ignore the rest of the manga. Just take this image.
>two buddies travel through a medieval countryside,, doing good deeds for the people
>one of them falls in an emotional crisis, but Guts is there to save him
A futuristic neo-renaissance anime revolving around the adventures of a young catholic nun-in-training newly appointed to the gliese 581c archdiocese.
It begins light-hearted and gets more thematically profound as the show goes on.
I know y'all niggas can come up with something good for this.
Eldritch girls roaming the desolated ruins of the Earth after humanity's downfall.
A disillusioned young robotic engineer runs from a rapidly developing society to find herself. A episodic show where the protagonist uses technology to resolve peoples problems but at the same time learns of the harm that technology can bring.
Think Mushishi meets Eve no Jikan.
I can go on if yeah want.
Always loved this
I wonder why the 3d motion looks less realistic than the 2d motion, when the 2d motion is an artists interpretation and the 3d can simulate physics/motion and have an underlying structure. Uncanny valley? or does the artist's interpretation look more like what we think it should look like?
It is exactly because 3D is supposed to be a 1:1 representation of real 3D space that we are more sensitive to discrepancies between the two. It's harder to keep in check every aspect we expect to see, while our perception of 2D objects would be much easier to translate to 2D animation.
Just an anime of the comic but longer, better and more like anime less like comic
Guy gets transported to fantasy world.
Instead of going on stupid adventures, he uses his knowledge of history to create early gunpowder weapons and then utilise pike&shot formations and starts conquering the world.
Shit loads of birds
Fucking lots of birds
A lot of birds all over the place
More birds than you can poke a stick at
Good luck finding a stick
They're all covered in birds
Are you saying there are three space elevators all connected to the same station?
I like the idea in general, but the physics aren't close enough to be believable. Also, why would first contact happen in space? Space elevators and stations and shit would be more technologically advanced than just flying over there at the short distance we're talking about. I can't imagine a scenario where somebody wouldn't just take the initiative to fly over and say hi. Also, why can't they use more than morse code? That REALLY doesn't make sense.
Here lemme pitch some shit:
The three races are viewed in this really stereotypical way. One is seen by the others as brutish, dumb. One is seen as stuck up, holier-than-thou. The last is this weird little creepy evil fuckin goblin race. So it's really easy for the audience and the other characters to stereotype all of them. The fancy guys donated the most technologies to the others, especially the brutes, to make the station happen, and are seen as lording it over the others. Nobody trusts the creepy evil dudes because they have all this shady shit going on. And everybody thinks the brutes are just being carried by the others because they can't accomplish anything on their own.
But the major theme of the show is that all of those differences are nonexistent when you're faced with individuals. Over the course of the season the characters stop seeing each other as their respective races and start seeing each other as fully realized people. Like they eventually figure out that the brutes all sound dumb because the languages of the other two races just coincidentally happened to function in a very similar way mechanically. The brutes have to train for years in order to communicate with the others, but their native tongue is actually way more complex and nuanced, able to describe much more abstract concepts, and has accomplished completely unique things in song and poetry.
Shit like that, it writes itself.
"With the advent of A.I. we had to ask ourselves, how far do we want to reach?" - Dr. Korolev
Dawn of the 22nd century and society has begun its march to automate most jobs. Individuals no born intelligent/attractive/creative enough flee the city into the country.
Elyssa is a engineer fresh out of the state run college system and is currently looking for employment. Tired of the bright advertisements promising her a happier life she progressively begins to retreat to the local library where she meets a quite professor who offers her a impossible job in the country.
I can go on with ep1 if you want, little tired tho.
m-made a quick sketch...
drunk af right now tho
Looks like we're ready to start production.
Ep.1 From the past
Elyssa becomes a freelancer, a person who travels the country for relative little pay fixing robots which help people live easier lives. During the bus ride Elyssa meets a old composer who lost his hearing in a political riot and now has to live in the country with his family; he expresses how he misses hearing his favorite symphony (They communicate using a touch pad). The bus reaches his station and breaks down, with no hotels nearby the composer offers Elyssa (who is freezing in the rain) a chance to stay with his family until the bus is repaired (The bus acts a bridge for each episode, every time she gets off a new episode begins, the job she is originally offered is the final episode).
The composers house is out of the early 20th century, the most advanced thing in the house is a computer for the early 2010s. The composers daughter then explains that they haven't bought anything new because they felt it would complicated their lives.
Elyssa then asks the daughter why she hasn't bought hearing aids for her father.
"We had a pair but they broke and we cant afford to fix them. His hearing has gotten worse since then" - the daughter
Elyssa runs upstairs and finds the old hearing aids. By replacing a capacitor and amplifying the sound she restores them to a functioning state.
The episode ends with the composer smiling and in tears as he listens to Mahler's 2nd for the first time in 7 years.
>that after a traffic incident enters a coma
>she "wakes up" in the most comfortable bed she's been in in her life
>she hears a "takun-takun" sound of the train
>the wagon she's in looks messy, almost as if a person was living in it
>she stands up and grabs some of the snacks, which were left on a tiny round glass table
>then she opens the door of her wagon
>the wind blows really strongly, and it's like she's almost about to fall off, but then
>a small girl appears (which looks similar to that girl from non non biyori, but with a blonde hair)
>and she says, with a voice that totally doesn't match her appearance "yer a newbie, haah?"
As the series goes on Elyssa has flashbacks that explain why she left the city.
I'm an aerospace engineer irl, writing isn't my strength and I'm making this up on the spot. Hopefully it didn't come out as complete spaghetti.
The first 7min is her in the city, 3min on the bus, 10min in the country.
Like Mushishi I want to have a lot of landscape shots to establish atmosphere, especially during the bus rides.
>she grabs the MC's hand and leads her into her wagon
>it's full of little girls who talk like old babas
>"haai" "sup" "kewm haff a sit girlie"
>"dontc'ha worry werr not gun do anthing to yar"
This dude makes some of the comfiest pixel animation, like goddamn.
>killed in robbery
Most death from robbery are done by hobos who quickly regreted their actions and cry their balls out on the interrogation room.
Worry not, you have the potential.
I would very much prefer the story of an assassin who was trained and experimented on since birth together with other children in preparation of a neo-Cold war.
In order to conceal the evidence, they eliminated all the children. And he was the last one to escape for revenge
In the far future, an eastern european country and an african country have mechs fighting against space maoris and the main theme behind the show is astrogeology, microbiology, genetics, love, and despair
Sequel will introduce Japan, Iceland and Ancient Mesopotamia with their own mecha, adding a new layer to the theme:
What it means to be human
Isn't that (kinda) what the pokemon special manga was like? If I remember correctly an arbok gets sliced in half and at one point Ruby gets a HUGE shard of glass embedded in his forehead
Oh crap I did not read the thread properly
Well, imagine muvluv alternative mixed with 00 gundam and code geass.
Apprentice in necromancy in the modern day. He's still learning and the episodes are about attempts of applying the new-found knowledge. Usually he gains minor conveniences but generally it turns out that undead servants aren't that much better than modern technology.
For example after a horse on a nearby farm dies he tries using a skeletal steed on his way to school but found it uncomfortable and not much faster than the train.
Grandpa is his sensei. The parents have normal jobs since they don't have the gift. Occasionally they bug him for assistance with his skills.
Sister is a ghost since she died in an accident years ago. But she pretends it didn't happen and tries to go about her life relatively normally with his and grandpa's assistance, although she does cause trouble every now and then.
Evil Japanese trucks plot to kill off potential MC do-gooders
> an old lady is seating in front of the house
> she's ready to die
> flashback to her past
> it shows how she met with her husband
> war appears
> he goes and she could only cry for days
> she sends him every week letters
> he never came back
> she still sends him latters of how much he made her cry but still loves him
> present time
As she close her eyes she says "you're an awful husband for making your wife wait and cry so much" and she's scolding him in heaven with a smile and teary eyes
That could work if they for example make it so that the evil places his heart inside the girl, making him essentially immortal as long as she still lives.
He'd keep her happy and safe simply out of pragmatism since happy people live longer and his immortality depends on that.
So any hero character out to defeat evil would face the dilemma of having to kill a sweet innocent girl first
SOL in strange, colorful city. "Filmed" in fish-eye-o-vision.
A labyrinthine city in the sky. The last humans try to FIND A WAY out.
>mfw can draw
>only good at drawing pretty faces
>just can't into architecture
Just fuck my shit up senpai.
Is there a secret in drawing architectures/scenery? Please teach me your ways