How is working in Japan as an anime animator and the path to becoming one?
It’s possible to work in a Japanese animation studio without an animation degree?
Find it out:
Some of the questions that we asked are:
- About Ken Arto
- Were you able to learn the Japanese style of animation when you were in France?
- Do you think there have been any positives that have come from going to school to learn a different style, and then coming here to learn the Japanese style afterwards?
- Is it possible to potentially work on an anime here in Japan without going to school?
- Would you have said that going to school in Japan would be the way to go then?
- Have you gotten to experience any other roles or are you really sticking to animation?
- What was it like working on the Kimetsu No Yaiba Movie?
- Is it any different working for a movie versus working a series?
- How was working in the Dragon Ball Super’s movie?
- What did you know about the movie (Dragon Ball Super: Broly)?
- Do you like seeing your animation on the screen?
- Do you have any projects that you are currently hoping to maybe get to work on?
- What was it like working on Jujutsu Kaisen?
- Do you like doing the action scenes or do you, kind of, prefer the more relationship-building scenes?
- Do you have any scenes that you’ve done, maybe one that was really challenging that you feel you got really well or any that stand out?
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