If some of you really want to get down and draw your own anime characters and do a 2d show and need some help this guy is the best.

By the way are are a ton of tutorials on his youtube site.   Hope this helps.

 

There is always this “nerd” argument that Anime made outside of Japan is not really anime.   There are many folks who would never give a show a second look if it wasn’t made in Japan.

What do you think?

Well to be honest I think it is somewhere in the middle.   There are obvious cultural aspects that are part of anime specifically in those slice of life type shows but when you start getting into fantasy and scifi I think the line is blurred and really doesn’t matter.

To be technical about it….most anime is made in Korea.  So technically it ain’t anime either IF your definition is that it must be made in Japan.  And if you notice recently China is coming in producing its own anime.

Things are changing.   To all you nerdy guys who are the “actually” guys/gals.  Give it up and get with the times.  :)

Anime is anime wherever it is made.

And remember at the end of the day Anime was inspired by American culture.

I cannot believe this was made by one person all by himself.   Wow!   The line between what one can and can’t do with or without a team is becoming blurred.

Imagine in 5 years time someone making a Pixar level movie by themselves.   Okay maybe 10 years but this just proves we are moving in that direction.

You want to make your own anime?   Well here is proof you can.

I’ll be hoping to get some information from the creator and post it here.

 

If you are making your own ahime RWBY to me seems like the one man standard you can reach.   It gives me a bar to reach.   After all this is a popular online anime.  I would love to be this popular.     So it is good to take a look at some criticism behind this internet animation.  This will give you some do’s and not to do’s.  So maybe you can make something even better.

 

When writing your manga, animation, anime, comic, etc you really need to hook people from the beginning.    I found this awesome videos showing you how you need to hook folks in from the start.