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anime How do you make an anime How long does it take to make an anime 1.1
Get plenty of drawing supplies (pencils, erasers, paper), and a flat surface in a relaxed, quiet area where you can concentrate.
2.2
Decide whether you want your character to be a boy or girl.
3.3
Decide what kind of personality your character will have. This will model his or her appearance and add a twist to their personality to make them more interesting.
4.4
Decide if you want them to have long hair or short hair, spiky or comfortable, wavy, curly, or straight, or maybe just plain unique!
5.5
Create a personal storyline to go with it. Or you could insert the character into a certain Manga you enjoy, that would then be a RPC (role-playing-character). When making your own story, be sure to be as imaginative as you want!
6.6
Draw them! Make unique hair and clothes, have them have lots of charms, bracelets, piercings, tattoos, or lots of weapons hanging out of their pockets. They should have a theme. The first character I made up was named Kika Yugami, she was Jungle Girl. Her theme was wild and sassy. She had lots of ties on her arms and legs, a tank top and short skirt, long boots, and enormous swords. Be creative! A good website for drawing anime tutorials is MangaUniversity.com
7.7
Get them some personal information. They should have a name, age, theme, position in anime, favorite color/person/book/music/anime, etc., hair color, crush/boyfriend/girlfriend, best friend, birthday, prissy/tomboy/punk/emo/Gothic/sporty status, and blood type. (The types and meanings are listed below.) All this information will pay off if you choose to make an anime series or something later.
8.8
Check out these blood types and meanings:
O - Happy, open, caring, and energetic
A - Chilled out, cool, caring, positive attitude
B - Chilled out, cool, negative attitude with an occasional glimpse of happiness
AB - hyper! funny, positive thinking, energetic, cool, overall great person!
9.9
The character needs a history. He was born somewhere, has a family, or a trauma that you can use in your story. You don't have to write a biography for every character you create, but if you are planning to do something serious with the character (like a manga, or anime, or simply a long story) you might get confused. A lot of famous artists have made simple mistakes, like
The character's father dies at the start of the story, then after like 25 chapters his father visits him, and everybody acts like nothing is happened (The author forgot that he was dead).
The main character is born in France, but then he decides to visit his town and goes somewhere in Syrya.
10.10
Choose their talents! They could be sporty, artistic, famous, wannabe, or whatever you want them to be. They could be a ballerina, like Mint Aizawa in Tokyo Mew Mew; they could be a rich, famous, over-all superstar like Zakuro Fujiwara, who's also from Tokyo Mew Mew, or they could be just plain weird like Spongebob Squarepants!
11.11
Spongebob is cool so that would be great! gathering materials, well, when you finally map out and plan on what material and how much of it to get, going out to get it could be as simple as walking into jo-anns or in my case, searching through 1 michaels, 3 Jo-anns, Tall-Moust and then finally the garment district of LA to Finally get the exact trim of what you want. (it takes a period of weeks-months)

Next comes to the detail,

then comes the easy part, piecing everything together, =) it takes you about 3 hours to get the main dress to resemble something.

but yes, it all depends on the detail, your skill, and also something i found, the type of equipment you have available. I have a serger as well as a regular sewing machine, get a serger it will save you time

Also it would probly take about 3 to 4 months to create a full anime and 1 to 2 months to do animations.
an abbreviated pronunciation in Japanese of "animation", pronounced [anime] ( listen) in Japanese, but typically /ænme/ (help·info) or in English) is animation originating in Japan. The world outside Japan regards anime as "Japanese animation".[1] Anime originated about 1917.[2]

While the earliest known Japanese animation dates from 1917,[2] and many original Japanese cartoons were produced in the ensuing decades, the characteristic anime style developed in the 1960s - notably with the work of Osamu Tezuka - and became known outside Japan in the 1980s.

Anime, like manga, has a large audience in Japan and high recognition throughout the world.[citation needed] Distributors can release anime via television broadcasts, directly to video, or theatrically, as well as online.

Both hand-drawn and computer-animated anime exist. It is used in television series, films, video, video games, commercials, and internet-based releases, and represents most, if not all, genres of fiction. Anime gained early[when?] popularity in East and Southeast Asia and has garnered more-recent popularity in the Western World.
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