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Anime And Manga

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Anime And Manga
By: Maggie Manor
Sebastian Michaelis
Alphonse Elric
Levi Ackerman
Misa Amane
Grey Fullbuster
Anime
Manga
Animated Cartoons like our Spongebob or Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Usually based on popular manga.

Basically japanese comics and is usually interpreted as whimsical pictures.
Types Of Manga
Shojo
Shonen
Girls 8-18.
About topics of interest for young girls such as Princes, Princesses, and love stories.
Examples:
Ouran High School Host Club
Sailor Moon
Fruits Basket
Boys 8-18.
About topics of interest for young boys such as Adventure, Mecha(Robots), and Samuri.
Examples:
Death Note
Naruto
Manga Style
All manga is read and created and read from right to left, back to front.
Manga Style
Manga pages are composed of slashes, stamp sized squares and vertical boxes, unlike the neat rows in a Superman or Batman comic book.
There is no particular styles to the manga, just the artists own style.
Manga
6 Steps to a Show
1. Planning: Layout for the show.
2. Design: Character Designs.
3. Background: Background for show is painted.
4. Animation: Key and In-Between Animations.
4.1: Key Animation: Most important parts are drawn, giving the characters choppy movements.
4.2: In-Between Animation: Smooths out the characters movements.

Todd Haberkorn
Italy meets Death The Kid
Shiver by the GazettE
Anime
Step 5
J. Michael Tatum
Todd
Haberkorn
Step 6
5 Voices: Voices are recorded, along with sound effects.
Examples:
J. Michael Tatum voices France(Hetalia), Giriko(Soul Eater), Sebastian Michaelis(Black Butler) and many more.





Todd Haberkorn voices Italy(Hetalia), Death the Kid(Soul Eater), Viscount Druitt(Black Butler), Hikaru Hittachiin(Ouran High School Host Club) and many more.
6. Music: Music for the intro/outro of the show. Examples:
"Shiver" by the Gazette for Black Butler.

"What's Up People?" by Maximum the Hormone for Death Note.

"Ready Steady Go" by L'Arc~en~Ciel for Fullmetal Alchemist

"Guren no Yumiya" by Linked Horizon for Attack on Titan

"Unravel" by Ling Tosite Sigure for Tokyo Ghoul
Terms
Cel: A clear piece of plastic used for both the key and in-between animations.

CGI: Computer Generated Imagery. Used to color the cels and help animate the show.

Storyboards: Used in the first step to present ideas and show how the story will lay out over the course of the season(s).
Mangakas
Creators/Designers of manga(s).
Yana Toboso created Black Butler I and II.

Bisco Hatori created Ouran High School Host Club.

Hajime Isayama created Attack On Titan.
Otakus
Fans of Manga, Anime or both.
Otakus can be in real life, or can apear in animes.
Renge:
Facial Features
Water drop: Used to show frustration or embarrassment.

Popping a vein
The End
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