Wednesday, March 31, 2010

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Monday, March 29, 2010

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Sunday, March 28, 2010

Chibi Maruko Chan The Cute Anime

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Saturday, March 27, 2010

Rise of The Bounty Hunters Cartoon Animation Pictures





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New Series STAR WARS Animation







New Series STAR WARS Animation
Star Wars is an epic space opera franchise conceived by George Lucas. The first film in the franchise was originally released on May 25, 1977, by 20th Century Fox, and became a worldwide pop culture phenomenon, spawning two immediate sequels, released at three-year intervals. Sixteen years after the release of the trilogy's final film, the first in a new prequel trilogy of films was released, again released at three-year intervals, with the final film released on May 19, 2005. As of 2008, the overall box office revenue generated by the six Star Wars films has totalled approximately $4.3 billion, making it the third-highest-grossing film series, behind only the James Bond and Harry Potter films. The Star Wars film series has spawned other media including books, television series, video games, and comic books. These supplements to the film trilogies comprise the Star Wars Expanded Universe, and have resulted in significant development of the series' fictional universe. These media kept the franchise going in the interim between the film trilogies. In 2008, Star Wars: The Clone Wars was released to theaters as the first ever worldwide theatrical Star Wars film outside of the main trilogies. It was the franchise's first animated film, and was intended as an introduction to the Expanded Universe series of the same name, a 3D CGI animated series based on a previous 2D animated series of a similar name. Animated series Following the success of the Star Wars films and their subsequent merchandising, several animated television series have been created for the younger fan base: * Star Wars: Droids, also known as Droids, which premiered in September 1985, focused on the travels of R2-D2 and C-3P0 as they shift through various different owners/masters, and vaguely fills in the gaps between the events of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith and Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope. * Star Wars: Ewoks and colloquially as The Ewoks, was simultaneously released in September 1985 and focused on the adventures of Wicket and various other recognizable Ewok characters from the original trilogy in the years leading up to Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. * Star Wars: Clone Wars cartoon micro-series created by Genndy Tartakovsky, which aired on Cartoon Network from November 2003 to March 2005. * Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated series continuation of the animated movie of the same name, which has been airing on Cartoon Network since October 2008.

Romance of the Three Kingdoms Cartoon Animation






Romance of the Three Kingdoms Cartoon Animation
Romance of the Three Kingdoms (simplified Chinese: traditional Chinese: pinyin: sānguó yǎnyì), written by Luo Guanzhong in the 14th century, is a Chinese historical novel based upon events in the turbulent years near the end of the Han Dynasty and the Three Kingdoms era of China, starting in 169 and ending with the reunification of the land in 280. It is acclaimed as one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature, with a grand total of 800,000 words, nearly a thousand characters, most of them historical, in 120 chapters. Romance of the Three Kingdoms recorded stories of a Buddhist monk called Pujing, who was a friend of Guan Yu. Pujing made his first appearance during Guan's arduous journey of crossing five passes and slaying six generals, in which he warned Guan of an assassination plot. As the novel was written in the Ming Dynasty, more than 1000 years after the era, these stories showed that Buddhism had long been a significant ingredient of the mainstream culture and may not be historically accurate. Luo Guanzhong preserved these descriptions from earlier versions of the novel to support his portrait of Guan Yu as a faithful man of virtue. Guan Yu was since then respectfully addressed as "Lord Guan" or Guan Gong.
An illustration of the book Author Luo Guanzhong Original title Country China Language Chinese Genre(s) Historical novel Publication date 14th century ISBN 978-7119005904 OCLC Number 49389330 LC Classification PL2690.S3 E53 1995

Winnie The Pooh Cartoon Animation Series






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Winnie-the-Pooh, commonly shortened to Pooh Bear or simply Pooh, and once referred to as Edward Bear, is a fictional bear created by A. A. Milne. The first collection of stories about the character was the book Winnie-the-Pooh (1926), and this was followed by The House at Pooh Corner (1928). Milne also included a poem about the bear in the children’s verse book When We Were Very Young (1924) and many more in Now We Are Six (1927). All four volumes were illustrated by E. H. Shepard.

The hyphens in the character's name were later dropped when The Walt Disney Company adapted the Pooh stories into a series of Winnie the Pooh featurettes that became one of the company's most successful franchises worldwide: see Winnie the Pooh (Disney).

The Pooh stories have been translated into many languages, notably including Alexander Lenard's Latin translation, Winnie ille Pu, which was first published in 1958, and, in 1960, became the only Latin book ever to have been featured on the New York Times Best Seller List.

On 19 February 2007 Disney lost a court case in Los Angeles which ruled their "misguided claims" to dispute the licensing agreements with Slesinger, Inc. were unjustified, but a federal ruling of 28 September 2009, again from Judge Florence-Marie Cooper, determined that the Slesinger family had granted all trademark and copyright rights to Disney, although Disney must pay royalties for all future use of the characters. Both parties have expressed satisfaction with the outcome.
Winnie-the-Pooh (original version from 1926) Author A. A. Milne Illustrator E. H. Shepard Country United Kingdom Language English Publisher Methuen & Co. Ltd. (London) Publication date 1926-10-14

Monday, March 22, 2010

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Saturday, March 20, 2010

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Friday, March 19, 2010

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Wednesday, March 17, 2010

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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

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Monday, March 15, 2010

Cel-Shaded Animation in a Nutshell

Hand as early as animation will always be attracted. More so now the art of taking a few steps from static images with advanced technologies, computer graphics still look with hand animation to create can return. One key is to get that look animation style cel-shaded animation.

Animation style own name, it is clear how this picture lies in the hand. Clean sheets of the classic Disney Cels acetates past 2 D animation style of the films are made. In short, cel-shaded animation to appear as though they were computer graphics to create hand drawn. This is done through non-photorealistic lighting.

Looks simple but the result is a complex physical process can be. A 3D model, cel-shaded animation to start with revenue flat 2 D animation of discrete colors that will create a unique look. Likewise for comic books, hard black ink can be exposed to the design and contour line image.

Cel-shaded animation, interesting thing, is associated with more popular video games. Whenever a new game will come up, often many gamer geeks and aficionados have to ask about the cel shade quality. To short, cel shaded animation in the first successful application video games with Sega Dreamcast game Jet Set Radio. Not to be outdone, the Sony Playstation released fear effect. Good time for sure.

However, the character first appeared in the quality of criticism has been included. Although these early game was received with dramatic textures, the lack of dynamic lighting - sourcing and design.

With the technical limitations of the first batch of cel - animated video game, a small trend among game developers started brewing. Mushroom game-Cel shaded look like: hypocrites Cooper, Thievius Raccoonus, Dark Chronicle, Cel damage, 2 Klonoa: Lunatea veil is, Viewtiful Joe and Jet Set Radio future course started. What stood out in packs, at least professional, Zelda was the Legend: Wind Waker, Symphonia tales of cunning and 2: Band of Thieves.

The popularity of a game cel - shaded animation unfortunately tried to capitalize on the experience of adverse consequences. Dead III, Microsoft Xbox games for the design into production with assembly of cel shaded graphics - yes, a zombie game to look like one gunner based anime. So with the recipe for a disaster on this strange, SEGA of traditional animation style cel-shaded look for scraps and decided to go. Perhaps the negative reaction was so heavy to ignore.

Although the storm cel-shaded animation video game industry is not taken, it is still a powerful figure, when used properly implemented. Dragon, Galaxy Quest VIII wicked, killer 7 no more heroes, Metal Gear Acid 2, Okami and most recent incarnation of Prince of Persia 3 D animation, like all the anime show or hand - the facility ready. Moreover, when today's handhelds were not as powerful as most games were in cel shading animation. Example Tony Hawk series and Legend of Zelda: Nintendo DS will be on the phantom Hourglass.


Sunday, March 14, 2010

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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Japanese Manga Art Drawing Animation Comics

While the Marvel Comics shows its U.S. funds around the globe, manga is easily gaining popularity in the United States. Manga today has been enjoyed by Japanese culture for more than half a century and its popularity in Japan, covering all generations. Manga is a Japanese word for a style of comics that illustrates a technique of film with some solid action, great story lines and characters in the story that has pretty phrases. In the culture of America, sales of books are aimed at a particular age range of young people as Japanese manga is aimed at every age group, young and old.

Sleeve has his own style of art and, in particular, have a style of drawing the face, forehead, chin, nose, eyes and expressions. You read history books manga ahead of countries such as reading English. Start reading the back of the book and you read each page from right to left. Manga is a style of narrative that is also art the way it is done. Great works of art have been published using techniques of manga style and are highly valued in Japanese culture.

The differences with the Japanese-style manga comics and the U.S. is in each volume comic American, each one has its share books independently. The manga style that all follow the same plot over the life of the volumes of manga. That is why the manga books is sometimes thought of as a graphic novel. Many of the books of Japanese manga culture inside pages are illustrated in the drawings in black and white and each volume also serialized in a bound book. In Japan, manga is read or as a serialized monthly volume in progress or as a novel together in a long book in the series as a complete graphic novel. In the United States today, the comics are not very respected as art or literature. In Japan, manga is a much more respected art and literature. Since Manga is well respected in Japan, many of the series find its way into television shows and movies.

With Manga with a mean place for Japanese culture, it is easier to tell a story about what you want your readers. This makes it easy to describe complicated descriptions that matter a story. Using Manga as a tool to deliver a message as a story is really help companies realize the power of Manga. If you took all the full year of sales of American comics from the Japanese manga, manga beats out the sales of comics in just 1 hour week. This is the power of literature Manga. Manga has a range to all young and old in every way of life.

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Cartoon Soccer Shows

Cartoon Football has always been small, but not yet in the international community to promote. While many countries have produced their own cartoon football programs, only a minority of a huge international trademark.

In Japan, there are different football shows that the use of cartoon characters. Their animation has become a popular version of the only football fans. In the U.S., only a handful of football cartoon, which can be traced back to as well as to the United States there is no football, due to their large following liked basketball, football and baseball in their own sports programs. But there is a football show that the use of cartoons showing football, this is "Hurricane." Although this program did not last so long, it has become the most famous football cartoon exhibitions.

Today, people still do not show cartoons football is football. We do not know the reasons behind, but if the decision-makers to maximize the cartoons shows the potential of these species, they can benefit from much better. As the world's interest in football, many people might find it interesting that, in particular, is to look at it creates a real sense of football as a whole. There comic books can be used in a display many possibilities.

So, for soccer fans die hard, how hard, calls for football cartoon show? Creator of the cartoon may be able to hear you plead and everyone will get what they want. The Internet is a tool to create the BUZZ service. So, for those cartoons display uproar as soon as possible to take action, act now!

Monday, March 8, 2010

Naruto Episode Guide - Naruto Shippuuden 125

Naruto Shippuuden episode 125 starts with the ending clip of episode 124. Deidara detonates himself and in attempt to kill Sasuke. The blast is designed to wipe out everything in a very large radius and can be seen from a long distance. Naruto's team watches the explosion in wonder, while Sasuke's team watches in dismay, realizing that the explosion was close to their rendezvous point. In fear that Sasuke may have been killed, Karin checks for signs how his chakra. There are none. Presumably, Deidara, Sasuke, and Tobi have all been annihilated in the blast.

News gets to Akatsuki of the three deaths. There is a brief look of shock on Itachi's face when he hears the news of his brother's death. The other Akatsuki members seem divided on whether to mourn Deidara or Tobi.

Just when you think that Sasuke might really be dead, he reemerges through a summoning spell. Cut up and bruised, he managed to hide himself inside of Manda and use a transportation jutsu to avoid being blow to bits. Unfortunatly, Manda, Orochimaru's favorite pet snake, is a casualty of this move. Either way, Sasuke is badly injured and is taken to rest in the city.


Friday, March 5, 2010

Japanese Anime Cartoon

When we, as Japanese hear the term, Japanese Anime Cartoon, we get this funny feeling. Perhaps, it is the cartoon part that is not wrapping the anime part in the right way. Since we only used the terms like Manga and Anime, perhaps the new term, Cartoon, is not something we are used to.However, there are so many factors as to why this term give us this special feelings.

I know that this is just an expression that is different, not the subject itself, but when you say Japanese Cartoon, it sounds less animated in the sense, which I have to apologize if that offend someone. On the contrary, if you say Japanese Animation, that could mean, it is created in a rich form of art. That is probably not an impression that more of Americans or Europeans are getting toward Japanese Animation Cartoons.

By definitions, the difference between Anime and Cartoon are as follows. The anime, coming from animation, points out to all the Japanese animations as oppose to Cartoon being the topical satire comics.

Therefore, there are still Cartoons out there that are also Japanese Anime, and I suppose we call them Japanese Anime Cartoons. So, I should not even make any difference in that matter, but that is just a definition. The real feeling towards those words in terminology is somewhat different from Japanese perspective.

Anime and Cartoon are two separate things. I know this sounds a little strange for some people who are not used to the cultural differences. But, the little difference like this could make a huge difference in the large picture.

I am sure there are terms in English that are so close but they are in slightly in different meanings. So for instance, if Dragon Ball is playing on Cartoon Network, it looks and sounds kind of funny. However, something like PowerPuffGirls being Cartoon is more suitable from our perspective.

Japan's anime like Inuyasha or Bleach are the great unleashed animation cartoons. This is due to the fact that they are not only good and fun to read comics, but sometimes, they can represent our Japanese culture in further degree and can be an animation after all.


Japanese Cartoon Art

Japanese cartoon art has been one focal point to the introduction of Japan to the whole world. We have gotten to know more about Japanese culture and how the country has risen to become what it is now. Many of this art are shown in the many animated cartoon series and movies. Video games have also shown Japanese cartoon art and just like the movies and series they have been accepted internationally. The world of animated art has seen Japan create lots of animated movies and series that have been accepted wholly by the whole world.

Most of the Japanese cartoon art is usually three and two dimensional and you will find the use of bright colors is always in constant use and help create a montage of various color use. The cartoons are able to look life like because of the use of the colors which help in creating a more realistic look at human emotion. This way we are able to tell if the cartoon is angry or annoyed, by the red cheeks and also if they are sad or sick they usually turn different colors or more pale than usual.


Wednesday, March 3, 2010

First Background Design Class at The MORE THAN AMAZING Animation Academy

So yeterday I had my very first Background Design class at The AMAZING Animation Academy, my idea was to create a hunted office buliding, I will fill it up with zombies later on.

Hope you guys enjoy it. Till next time. AG

The Differences Between Anime and Cartoon

Cartoon is a term that once referred to fine art during the renaissance period. Somehow, though, the term's meaning evolved (or devolved, depending on how you look at it) into humorous and witty illustrations and, finally, into animated programs meant to entertain people, mostly children. For, clarity, the term 'cartoon' in this article shall be referring to the animated programs. Recently, however, a new term has been coined: Anime. And the distinction between these two has caused much confusion.

Strictly speaking though, there should be no distinction between anime and cartoon. Anime is a term used by the Japanese to refer to animated cartoons, from their own country and from others as well. Somehow, though, the world started using the term anime in reference to Japanese cartoons exclusively. Japanese animation was once called japanimation, but this term was aptly discarded when the term 'Anime' was put into use.

Some say that they see absolutely no difference between the two, even going so far as to classify both cartoons and anime as 'childish' because of the nature of how they are presented, much to the woe of anime fans. Technically, there's no official difference and they are somewhat correct. But you only have to watch a single episode of any anime series and you'll see that anime is far more than your usual slapstick comedy man-tripping-on-a-banana-peal early morning cartoons. There is a real and profound difference between the two besides their spellings: Anime is so much more than 'just a cartoon'.

Storylines/Plots

Cartoons usually have a simple and defined plot. And they're usually about the good guys fighting the bad guys. Cartoons rarely go beyond that old cliché. Most Anime series, on the other hand, are also about the same good vs. evil but the plots are rarely simple and rarely predictable. You'll find an element of politics, religion, humanity, and a score of several other abstract concepts within an anime. Whereas cartoons are just about 'evil' cats chasing 'innocent' mice or a hero defending himself and others from a very evil bully. Anime can blur the lines between good and evil so much that you'll be left wondering which side is really right. Look at the plot of Gundam, there aren't any good guys or bad guys. They're both fighting for a cause - a worthy one, and both sides are prepared to do good and evil to achieve their goals. Look at the Wave Country arc of Naruto. Zabuza, evil as he was, had evoked more sympathetic tears than any of the typical Disney antagonists. There are, however, few exceptions to the 'cartoons are simple' rule. There are cartoon series that are far advanced like X-men.

In terms of humor, anime goes beyond the slapstick comedy that cartoons offer. There won't be any corny joke about the chicken crossing the road with anime. There won't even be the quintessential banana peal. Anime humor is deep and witty. However, it is to be noted that cartoons are mostly for kids. Anime can be for an adult audience; it mostly is, actually. There are even times when anime plots are hardly suited for children.

Characters

In cartoons, there's a protagonist, an antagonist, and a damsel in distress. Their roles are well-defined and clear and the characters always act according to their roles. In anime, however, the damsel in distress may very well become the antagonist, leaving the protagonist in distress. There's no knowing what to expect in anime. Anime characters, a lot of times, are developed overtime through trials and growth, while cartoon characters remain the same from when the show started. (Of course, there are exceptions such as Spiderman.) Since there's an ongoing plot, Anime characters actually grow up and may even produce the next generation for the series. Anime fans tend to get into the characters a lot deeper because of the characters' depth and charm.

Download Free Best Anime Movie

You want a free anime movie download, but you don't know the best ones out there. You will find many sites devoted to paid and free anime movie download, but you still don't know which ones are considered the classics. Read on to find out more about classic free anime movie download. You may or may not agree with the following choices of free anime movie download.

The anime movie Akira, was released in 1988 and is considered to be one of the defining moments in the history of Japanese anime. It dared to go where no other animated movie that had gone before, with attention to the details that made an only previously dreamed of realistic world. Akira was written and directed by Otomo and was based on the manga he created, set in a post-apocalyptic Japan that is occupied by fierce biker gangs.

Laputa was released in 1986 and is considered a classic as well. It features Hayao Miyazakis fascination with flight with the character Sheeta who falls to the earth from an aircraft attacked by air pirates. This movie wasnt released in the West until 2004.

Whisper of the Heart is from Studio Ghibli and directed by Yoshifumi Kondo, with a script by Hayao Miyazaki. It is the story of Young Shizuku who dwells in a modern Japanese city. She finds herself drawn to a boy who reads the same types of books as she does. It is a favorite among Japanese anime fans for its intellectually stimulating love story.

Nausicaa released in 1984 is considered by some people to be Hayao Miyazakis finest and one of the best animated movies to be created. It tells the tale, set in the future, of Princess Nausicaa whose world is ravaged by war and pollution. This future world is slowly remaking itself into a strange place that is crawling with giant insects. The humans who have survived are attempting to kill each other and the princess has to aid her people when they are invaded. She must overcome hatred and violence among her people and inside herself. The full title of this classic anime movie is Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind.






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