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A couple of Japanese Animations

PostPosted: Sun Apr 05, 2015 7:20 am
by Little Yamori
I've recently picked up these 2 DVDs.

The first one is "A Letter to Momo" ; it has the general idea of a sort of Totoro meets Spirited Away(but from a different studio), but doesn't come close to the charm or brilliance of either, but is watchable, and the animation is top rate



The Next is from Studio Ghibli, but it is not a Miyazaki film, it was made after he left, it has a distinctly different style in it's presentation, more like a Japanese ink painting impression on the screen meets rough story board. It's called "Princess Kaguya"


Re: A couple of Japanese Animations

PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2016 8:30 pm
by animefanlover
hello this animations are very impressived im also into anime style animations in anime studio but i dont know how to do them any advises

Re: A couple of Japanese Animations

PostPosted: Thu Jan 21, 2016 11:12 pm
by Little Yamori
animefanlover wrote:hello this animations are very impressived im also into anime style animations in anime studio but i dont know how to do them any advises


Well, I guess there are only a few short cuts, and the rest requires taking the time to learn the software. If you have backgrounds that you can make either by drawing and scanning them in, or using photoshop etc, you can get a great look right away, but the movement of characters takes at the bare minimum a decent understanding of the software.

Hope this helps

Here's a good sample of what can be done in Anime Studio

Re: A couple of Japanese Animations

PostPosted: Tue Jan 26, 2016 2:21 am
by animefanlover
i see thank you very much for the information