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Area of Interaction (AOI): Environment
ANIME:
Sub
You need to know...
First of all...
- to add subtitles to a video
(in a different language)
- to convert a video or text
into a different language
Dub
AND...
CARBON FOOTPRINT
- the amount of carbon dioxide emitted
due to the consumption of fossil fuels by a particular group, person, etc.
Area of Interaction (AOI): Environment
Unit Question:
MOVING MANGA
When did anime first reach America?
What age group is anime aimed at?
What was the first widely popular animated series?
What carbon footprint will you leave behind?
Now, we're travelling back in time....
THE HISTORY OF ANIME
In the early 1900s when animated films reached Japan, Manga was already popular, so...
...by the 1940s over 40% of all Japanese films were based on a manga.
In 1963 the first major animated series, Tetsuwan Atom, spread across Japan.
In 1964 Tetsuwan Atom was english dubbed and modified to fit United States standards...
...and guess what America called it?
ASTRO BOY!
1900
2000
1950
Complaints about the violence in anime resulted in it fading from America until it returned in the 1970s.
2011
Today anime is widely popular in Japan and in America.
What carbon footprint will you leave behind?
MOVING MANGA
Unit Question:
What was the first widely popular animated series?
When did anime first reach America?
What age group is anime aimed at?
How has anime impacted
my life, society, and the environment?
Anime has affected my life by giving me something to watch and inspiration for my stories.
Now that I have watched anime, I have something to talk about with my friends, something to watch, and stories to write in my spare time. The friends that I have gained because of the anime that we have in common have and will prove to be priceless.
Now that you know what how anime happened, let me tell you how anime happens.
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Now that you know how anime happened, let me show you how anime happens today.
planning
If an anime is NOT based on a manga...
...the original author presents a draft to sponsors and anime production studios.
If an anime IS based on a manga...
...producers ask the publishers if they could produce the manga as an anime.
If they are NOT rejected, the project advances.
anime characters
must be more simple
than manga characters because the schedule calls for speed, so having less lines allows character designers to color the drawings quickly
digitally.
First, the director and producers plan out the anime.

The scenario writer writes the scenarios.
The storyboarder and episode director prepare the storyboard, which includes:

cut numbers
actor movements
camera movements
dialogue
length of each cut

The director makes sure everything goes smoothly: budgeting, scheduling, and quality of the anime.
Next: Execute the plan
production
Character designer
Background designer
Key animator
In-between animatior
Color stylist
SFX artist
Editing staff
Voice actors
RETAS! PRO is the most popular software for anime producers.
Post-production
1.) The character designer creates the characters or simplifies the characters from a manga.

2.) The background designers work on the background, exploring real environments to assist their work.

3.) The key animator draws the beginning and ending poses of the actions.

4.) The in-between animator draws the missing movements that the key animator does not draw.

5.) The color stylist colors the drawings.

6.) The SFX artist adds visual special effects.

7.) The editing staff puts it all together and prepares the animation for sound.

8.) The voice actors dub their lines.

9.) Sound is added.



Anime starts on paper, but once all the frames are colored and completed they are processed as animation using a special software. The cuts are completed digitally and the background is added.
The anime is dubbed in other languages and sold worldwide. When (If) it becomes popular enough, the anime will reach online anime sites.
POP QUIZ!
What was the first widely popular animated series?
When did anime first reach America?
Based on the graph, what age group is anime aimed at?
A) Atomic Atom
B) Naruto
C) Hetalia
D) Astro Boy
A) 1970s
B) 1964
C) 1972
D) 2011
A) Teenagers
B) Adults
C) Ages 10-13
D) A & B
What was the first widely popular animated series?
A) Atomic Atom
B) Naruto
C) Hetalia
D) Astro Boy
When did anime first reach America?
A) 1970s
C) 1972
D) 2011
B) 1964
A) Teenagers
C) Ages 10-13
B) Adults
D) A & B
IMP
ACT
Finally...
Anime's effects on Japan
1) Anime introduced and advertised the graphics industry.

2) The resulting mass production of anime caused economic
expansion in much of Asia -- but mostly in Japan -- and
created many more jobs in anime production studios.

3) Unfortunately, certain political figures were criticized for
watching anime.
Anime has affected society by teaching America about the culture of Japan and by making television popular.
It has also had a negative impact on society as well. Many people are criticized for their like of anime because it is more popular in some places than in others. It can be viewed as a bad influence or a waste of time and can be considered NERDY.
Anime has affected the environment through its materials and production process. Since anime is mass produced, the materials are mass produced as well. The factories that produce the materials burn fuel to do so. The electricity used to power the television sets and computers that people use to watch anime is usually powered by burning fuel. Burning fuel relases harmful gases. Therefore Anime indirectly damages the environment.
What footprint will you leave behind?
Every day I use electricity, cars, and products made in factories. Each of these is powered or made by burning fuel, which releases carbon dioxide into the air. Every day I contribute to my carbon footprint, which is constantly growing. However, I take measures to reduce my carbon footprint. I will leave a carbon footprint, but I will shrink that footprint as much as I can.

As for my anime footprint, by way of words that spread like forest fires, I will help popularize anime. Since anime often includes pieces of Japaneses culture, I will also be indirectly teaching people about Japan.

I will leave behind a footprint of carbon, anime, and Japanese culture.
Isn't anime awesome?
Based on the graph, what age group is anime aimed at?
The storyboarder and episode director prepare the storyboard, which includes:

cut numbers
actor movements
camera movements
dialogue
length of each cut
First, the director and producers plan out the anime.
Bibliography
"Age Poll." The One Piece Wiki. Wikia, 5 Sept. 2010. Web. 22 May
2011. <http://onepiece.wikia.com/wiki/Template:Age_Poll>.

Ghostlightning. "Steps in Anime Production." Web log post. We
Remember Love. Wordpress.com, 10 Mar. 2009. Web. 18 May 2011. <http://ghostlightning.wordpress.com/2009/03/10/steps-in-anime-production/>.

"History of Anime." AnimeMetro.com. AnimeMetro.com, 2011. Web. 16 May
2011. <http://www.animemetro.com/control.cfm?ID=232C>.

Washi. "Anime Production – Detailed Guide to How Anime Is Made and
the Talent Behind It!" Web log post. Washi's Blog. Wordpress.com, 17 Jan. 2011. Web. 18 May 2011. <http://washiblog.wordpress.com/2011/01/18/anime-production-detailed-guide-to-how-anime-is-made-and-the-talent-behind-it/>.

"Which Age Group and Sex Do U Think Anime Fits Best Into..?"
Anime-Forums.com. Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd., 2004. Web. 22 May 2011. <http://www.anime-forums.com/showthread.php?1415-Which-age-group-and-sex-do-u-think-anime-fits-best-into..>.
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Every day I use electricity, gas, and products made in factories. Electricity is powered mostly by burning fuel, gas is burned to power cars, and factories burn fuel to create their products. Each of those burns something, which releases carbon dioxide into the air and leaves a carbon footprint.

Every day I contribute to my carbon footprint, which is constantly growing. However, I turn my lights off, carpool when I can, use what I have, and I do not spend all my time on electronics. I do all this to reduce my carbon footprint. I will leave a carbon footprint from all the electronics I use and from traveling by car everywhere, but I will shrink that footprint as much as I can.
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