has recently put together a collection of well animated, full motion dressing and undressing sequences from anime that is a bit hot, a bit funny, and dare I say, more than a bit educational. Get a look at this, plus other sakuga goodies after the jump.
A new fan edit compiles a dodge-ball to the face selection of well-animated, full motion "sakuga" scenes from the Hunter x Hunter's recently concluded Greed Island story arc. Meanwhile, a Fairy Tail edit annotates the animators of some of the series' more impressive scenes. Get a look after the jump.
Going back to Astro Boy, anime has a long history of trying to effectively tell a story while minimizing motion and animation. However, there is also a tradition of trying to realistically capture motion, even if the movement is applied to abstract or stylized figures. In a pair of informative, captivating videos, we get a look at that latter sort of sakuga animation, annotated with the names of the responsible artists. Get a look after the jump.
A new fan edit compiles all the well-animated, full motion "sakuga" scenes from the Bleach movie, with known key animator names annotated. It's an exciting way to recapture the features' highlights, but this sort of video is also a useful tool for learning to recognize the styles of prominent animators.
The Japanese term "MAD" videos represent a super-set of what's called "anime music videos" in North America. Parodies, remixes, reanimation, juxtapositions, and theme compilation are also included under the fan video heading. A remarkably pretty new MAD movie collects some of anime's great moments dedicated to spotlighting hair. Get a look after the jump.
We rushed into the new year with a look back at the great animation of 2011. Now, with some additional time to survey the landscape of the year's anime, a new, three-part look at the best of 2011 has been constructed by yamaneaki. Watch it past the break!
From Hourou Musuko to Usagi Drop; Gosick to Star Driver, 2011 brought some fantastically well-animated anime. This week, we look at some of the best of the year's final month, as well as the year itself, and a few extra bonuses. Check it out after the jump.
It's late fall. It's chilly to could across much of North America. What better way to heat it up then with some full motion action sakuga? This week have have two new best of action sakuga compilations, work from Naotoshi Shida (Pretty Cure, One Piece, Digimon), Fumiaki Kouta (Birdy the Mighty: Decode, Sengoku Basara) and more. Check them out after the jump!
A MAD Movie is a Japanese fan-made video, comparable to the anime music video produced by English language fans. This week, we have MAD videos dedicated to a Naruto fight animator, the Macross series' Hiroyuki Yamashita, and Star Driver's Takahiro Shikama. Check them out after the jump.
Every month, the best bits of sakuga, full motion in anime, are put together into compilation videos. After the jump, take a look at three surveys of what's been eyed to be the cream of crop for November, 2011.
We have an especially electric survey of outstanding animation this week, including a MAD compilation of the work of 25 great key animators, an overview of Katsuyoshi Nakatsuru's Dragon Ball work, several compilations of Gainax veteran Takeshi Honda's contributions and more. Check them out after the jump.
This week's survey of sakuga, full motion in anime, includes the work of talented animators Shinichi Kurita (Bleach, Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood, Needless, Sengoku Basara), Eri Ishikawa (Fairy Tail) and You Yoshinari (Gurren Lagann, Evangelion). Check them out after the jump.
Every month, the best bits of sakuga, full motion in anime, are put together into compilation videos. After the jump, take a look at three surveys of what's been eyed to be the cream of crop for October, 2011. Plus, Naruto and Bleach key animator Abe Nozomu, Gurren Lagann's Akira Amemiya and more! Watch after the jump!
Sakuga Sunday returns! This week, we have a survey of action scenes from Kenichi Kutsuna (Naruto, Soul Eater, Bleach ), an animator whose work has invited notably divided reactions. While animation enthusiasts have been high on his work, fans of the series who prefer a straight adaptation of the manga have had a more negative reaction. That and a whole lot more after the jump.