The Twilight AXIS site has put up a series of interviews with the main cast (in order of the picture above: Masuda Toshiki, Shimizu Risa, Sakaguchi Shuuhei, and Ono Daisuke) that initially was released on the Gundam Fanclub app. I've formatted the interview a bit differently than they originally appeared. Since each of the cast was … Continue reading Q&A: Gundam Twilight AXIS Main Cast
Month: May 2017
Ask Tomino: Q.02 How Do I Be More Productive?
Q. As someone not good at getting things done, how to I learn to be more productive? Tokyo Metro • Hanako • 23 I’m really hung up on something that’s been plaguing me. I got a job last spring, but all the task assigned to me don’t end up getting done within the day. I’m … Continue reading Ask Tomino: Q.02 How Do I Be More Productive?
A Female Animator’s Take On The Current Anime Industry Pt. 2
The second and final part of the interview with Kotani Kyoko, an animation director for Gundam Iron-Blooded Orphans, JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure, Kuroko no Basket, and Uta no Prince-sama and many others, as well as a key animator for shows such as Durarara!! and Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood. If you missed it, be sure to check out part one of the interview! The original … Continue reading A Female Animator’s Take On The Current Anime Industry Pt. 2
Ask Tomino: Q.01 How Do I Become More Decisive?
I mentioned in my Tomino X Araki interview that a book collecting a section of Animage called "Ask Tomino" had been released not too long ago. I finally got around to translating them, and while they generally have nothing to do with anime, it is interesting to watch a well-known outspoken director, such as Tomino, … Continue reading Ask Tomino: Q.01 How Do I Become More Decisive?
A Female Animator’s Take On The Current Anime Industry Pt. 1
Original article from NetLab (Netorabo) found here. In recent years, the chance of seeing a woman's name rolling during the ending credits has been increasing. We decided to ask one of these animators for their thoughts on chief animation directors, airing issues, the difference in the quantity of work in the past versus now, and … Continue reading A Female Animator’s Take On The Current Anime Industry Pt. 1