字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 You know the story first! You an see voice actors live! Save up money And then Number one.... Hey guys and girls and... - The director - Who used to work in anime and in our previous video we talked about the bad things working in anime. Hope you watched that it's also in the comments. This time we're gonna talk about the good things about working in anime. I want you all to know about them! Number 5 - You know how the story continues first! Ah! Oh yes. You get all the spoilers! We won't see the finished colored animation but... In anime there is the "storyboard" we get hold of these in order to help animate And there we can tell how the story continues and if it's different from the manga You know it all before everyone else does! Sometimes we know up to 10 episodes in advance. - Wow That's tempting. - It was great. - But that's probably an NDS secret We were forbidden to say it, otherwise it would destroy the anime industry. But it was great. - Did you have some surprises? You know what I meant when I said storyboard? It describes at what scene what lines are spoken What was fun with those, some are only sketched sometimes they are drawn with a lot of detail - Even though they are just a draft? - Yes When there is enough production time, those are drawn properly when there is no time, they just write circles and the name of the character. It also says on the storyboard how people are moving and talking It also says how many seconds a character has to move and speak How the background looks and what pose the characters are in The animators pic that and start drawing Number 4 You can see the voice actors live! - You saw that? - If course! I would go to the recording studio with all the voice actors and see how they add their voice. Seeing that in real life.... was quite an amazing experience. They really add their life and essence The way they express the stories climax or when they cry... When they fight and cry. That's a job that normal people cannot do. They are voice specials-its. I learned so much then. Also what was funny was seeing them speak super important lines and bloopers Seeing that, I realized some advantages of my job there. I hope that one day people will allow Ask Japanese to film voice actors in motion I want to do that! That would be great. Number 3 - You save up money. - What? You said you don't earn much. - Funny right. Yes we earn very little but we save up money because we don't have time to use it. We only work. There is no time to spend it. We only spend it on utility charges like water and electricity, internet and food. Are you working on weekends. - The dark companies do. If they would at least get paid properly... - That's hard to say Number 2 - Having your name in the credits Ohhhh - That moved me very much. Your name is in some famous anime endings? - Yes! When seeing that I was moved a lot. "I have left something behind." I think people are also curious about Hentai anime production People that work in Hentai anime generally use fake names With their real name they work on daytime TV anime so they don't want that known. When doing Hentai they use different names So many animators have 2-3 names depending on the works So up to 3 pennames. Number 1 - There are SUPER animators and being able to see their pictures. We call them "super animators" when they are anime geniuses. - Anime Gods? - Yes God of anime. - They make AMAZING pictures they draw moments nobody else can. Just seeing their pencil drawings has moved me. How can they even draw like this?! Watching anime, sometimes you see movements that I have never thought of. - Especially in some Naruto episodes. The pictures that one super animator drew are out of this world Amazing. And some animators that worked on Guren Lagan. Seeing their pictures ... Their pencil drawings go on TV It was sooooo exciting to see. In Anime we don't just draw one pictures, right? We MOVE a picture. That's what's fascinating. Depending on the animator, just a running scene will greatly vary Broken running or having the camera move around while running The way they draw the joints. Having a female character run in a strong way or in a cute way. All that depends on the animator. They think a lot about how they draw that. The animators put a lot of thought into it. - Yes and they move not in a normal way but in an anime stye. Anime is moving pictures. Animations. In a way you are making the drawn characters act. If you make it too real you won't need to animate it. Anime has it's own style. Writing how a character is supposed to move, that's a skill. Those are thoughts only animators know. - Those Super animator draw in pencil? - I have seen them draw before Are you glad you worked in Anime? You took a while to answer that. Too many bad sides? Hearing that I think so. - I am glad for the experience. Not everyone can work in this environment. Especially people from abroad... don't have a chance to work in the Japanese anime industry much. Recently some westerners are working in anime. It's a hard work I am glad I got the experience. Thank you for sharing so these were 5 good things about working in Anime we've also made a video about BAD things don't miss that one it's gonna be in the description box below if you enjoyed this. There's more secrets, ideas and things about living in Japan. Japanese culture anime manga and similar, don't forget to subscribe. Hit it with your elbow, hit it with your finger, hit it with your nose. Please hit the subscribe button would be lovely to have you here thank you so much for being in the video director and I catch you soon for more stuff here on Ask Japanese. Bye. - Please subscribe!!!! - Please subsciiiii OH MY GOSH!!!!