If you could work at any anime studio, which would it be and why?

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  • #49167 Reply

    Shirobako

    Like the title says, if you have a favourite anime studio, which one is it, and would you work there?

    Also, what would you want to do? I hear the actual animation staff have it pretty rough, but would you be willing to take on the challenge anyway?

    Leave your thoughts below!

  • #49375 Reply

    Tirolly

    Hands down, ufotable. Their animation style seems so crisp, I just have to know how they do it!

    • #49378 Reply

      Canipa

      It's actually not that much animation. It's the art design of a woman called Emi Chiba and a load of filters and After Effects sparks. It's not a very traditional process but it's cheaper than the alternative of having really detailed animation and effects.

  • #49473 Reply

    Zeke Changuris

    I do like unfotable a lot they produce cinema quality anime.

  • #49474 Reply

    Zeke Changuris

    I also would be a writer. I am not very good artist but I am a great storyteller. I even have one work published. I would love to see my words come to life on the screen.

    • #51347 Reply

      Bullma

      same im good at storytelling but im really good at describing the characters emotions

  • #51091 Reply

    Indi

    I would work at P.A Works, which is kinda ironic, since they were the makers of Shirobako, the thing that insprires me in animation, and taught me all I currently know about the anime industry. Quite frankly, I can't pick what job I would do though. I want to animate, but I also like organising things and being bossy so I could be a producer or a director, but I also like to write and be a writer, but I also want to voice act. 🙁 so many possibilities!

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