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How hard would it be for us to collectively create an anime?
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But where would we put it after it is completely finished?


Someplace where you can upload videos for free, like youtube or something.


I think CR will want to support it's community.
More so if it doesn't cost anything.


I was thinking that, anyways we need a place to put our ideas for other people working on it to see, I suggest piratepad or titanpad.
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I think first we should focus on getting the idea into realistic terms. E.G Finding people who can wright the story, make the sound track, animate, edit, etc, etc, and of course a basic idea of what we want to come out of it. Once we have that we can start working on everything else like getting VA and actually writing the story.
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I'm assuming it would be in English?


More likely, It would.
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Sir_jamesalot wrote:


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I'm assuming it would be in English?


I don't see why we can't translate ourselves.


What would be the point of that? Why not just make it available with subs of different language(s) instead of translating it to another language then adding English subs?


I wouldn't do it that way.
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What you're saying are valid concerns, honestly. But again, I have faith in the idea.

The management part may be the least difficult, if everyone would work for the final product rather than anything else, it would work. The final specifics would be handled by a group of certain people, not thousands. The initial input would be everyone brainstorming, where any idea is good, but after that, it'd be narrowed down.

Money, like I said, is the most important part, but you can fund just about anything nowadays through fundraising sites, like Kickstarter or IndieGoGo. Micro's Oculus Rift started as an idea off forums, and became the world's most funded online project, making over $2 million.

And yeah, I'm definitely sure in the fact that there are at least some people on this site that can absolutely handle the animating. Maybe not a lot, but at least some. I've seen enough fan made anime creations to know anime fans are talented and know their art.

If it doesn't happen, it doesn't happen. But I'm the kind of person who gets an idea and has to at least try it, or see where it will go.

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Let's create an erotic visual novel instead.
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Let's create an erotic visual novel instead.


Only you would suggest that

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I don't see why money is an issue.
We could use paper dolls for characters and move them in photoshop.
OR MS PAINT
I love ms paint
This would cut down of the effort needed by the few that do the animating
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You know, instead of an erotic visual novel, why don't we just adapt Katawa Shoujo into an anime/hentai? I kind of want to see more of Emi Ibaraziki. Her cute little stumps flying in the air as she's crawling away from her dear old and lustful onii chan, as she tears up at the thought of her older brother violating her sweet and sexy body...
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What you're saying are valid concerns, honestly. But again, I have faith in the idea.

The management part may be the least difficult, if everyone would work for the final product rather than anything else, it would work. The final specifics would be handled by a group of certain people, not thousands. The initial input would be everyone brainstorming, where any idea is good, but after that, it'd be narrowed down.

Money, like I said, is the most important part, but you can fund just about anything nowadays through fundraising sites, like Kickstarter or IndieGoGo. Micro's Oculus Rift started as an idea off forums, and became the world's most funded online project, making over $2 million.

And yeah, I'm definitely sure in the fact that there are at least some people on this site that can absolutely handle the animating. Maybe not a lot, but at least some. I've seen enough fan made anime creations to know anime fans are talented and know their art.

If it doesn't happen, it doesn't happen. But I'm the kind of person who gets an idea and has to at least try it, or see where it will go.



A guy raised $40,000+ for a potato salad, so I think we could be able to raise money for this
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There's too many people with too many ideas.



Agreed, however, if we were to create project teams, I feel as though it wouldn't be too bad. I mean we would have to do this for free since we aren't going to be hired by a major company, but I don't think it would be terribly hard to create a 13 or 26 episode anime. Anything more than that would require some great writing.
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Hmm, okay. Fair enough, I guess it could work and you could pull it off.
But honestly, you're being too optimistic about it. It's going to be much harder than how you put it, the best of luck.
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Sir_jamesalot wrote:

I don't see why money is an issue.
We could use paper dolls for characters and move them in photoshop.
OR MS PAINT
I love ms paint
This would cut down of the effort needed by the few that do the animating


I think making the anime frame by frame in Adobe PS or MS Paint is a waist when you can animate much more efficiently in all kinds of 2d programs that are available now, I mean heck even Maya a 3d animation software can be used to make 2d animation. Photoshop could be used for things like parallaxes, backgrounds and such, but the characters at least should be made using a animation software.
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Lol I voice act in the Bahamas, and was a theater actor for like 4 years.

It would be PRETTY hard, given the fact that anything involving animation involves grueling hours and relentless trial and error.


However, if a large team was put together it would probably be accomplish-able :3
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I think people are looking at this all wrong, if you want the community to make an anime than the community needs to decide. Why not open contests for each section we need? We can have a plot summary contest, followed by character design contests, etc. We could break it down as far as we need this way even starting by voting what genre.

It would take some time but it takes time to create any anime so I think that's something we should be prepared for.

Additionally I think it would build the crunchy roll community and raise a lot of attention were it to be completed which would only help further the community and anime world.

We would even vote on voice actors artists and so on by samples they submit as well as an explanation for why they are the right choice.

If that doesn't work we could break it down like this, have the community vote on a set of leader based on verifiable credentials and they interact with the community to the best of their ability putting difficult decisions or simple stuff like "what genre" up to vote.
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