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  1. Kuröwon

    News Interview One Piece animation supervisor

    For manga artists, I don't know. For the second part of your question, these last years, many animators of the Japanese animation world (whether they are high or not hierarchically in the studio or even independent) leave more and more in the Game Design, therefore in the development studios of...
  2. Kuröwon

    News Interview One Piece animation supervisor

    To tell you, the animators have to respect quotas of drawings to make (a 2D episode is made in drawings by young animators before being validated by several superiors, there are obviously corrections to the drawings, but it goes from the simple drawing to the production). An example: An animator...
  3. Kuröwon

    News Interview One Piece animation supervisor

    Yes. For the anecdote, the budget spent for the opening of an anime (usually the first one) is quite low compared to the budget invested in an episode. An anime opening at the beginning of an anime adptation is decided at the last moment and the budget that is invested in it are the "leftovers"...
  4. Kuröwon

    News Interview One Piece animation supervisor

    You should know that an anime episode takes about 3 to 4 months to be made for any anime adaptation of manga, not only One Piece. It's possible to make 1 episode in 1 month, but it clearly takes almost the health of a production team. In the anime world, most of the young animators (in terms of...
  5. Kuröwon

    News Interview One Piece animation supervisor

    An interview with the animation supervisor of One Piece released ! One episode of One Piece takes three and a half to four months to work.
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