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amalgarn:

boogiekun:

maxeth:

silvahound:

astraedm:

revyspite:

S H E E S H

YALL SEE HOW MADHOUSE INC PRODUCES MIRACLES??????? LOOK AT THE ANIMATION

GOD

THERE’S NO FUCKING WAY I’M MISSING THIS NOW.

anime is saved

I’m literally brought to near tears when i realize how much this work has grown.

In 2009 the series started as a webcomic self-published and drawn by  author under the moniker “ONE”. (Chapter 17) 

In 2012 the series garned so much attention it was later redrawn in manga format by Murata Yuusuke (Eyeshield 21).(Chapter 18) 

And finally in 2015 the series became so popular in got an anime. So over the course of 6 years, ONE went from a modest webcomic artist as a side hobby to a well recieved author with both a manga and an anime. 


While you may be running down hard on yourself for quality- or unsure if you should bother pursuing your simple talents- there’s always a chance that one of your talent- even the ones you might not think of- could amass something great.

I just reblogged this but i felt the need to mention: animation runs at 24 frames per second and depending on the style, it can be shot with each image held for one frame, 2 frames, or 3 frames.

Animated movies like Disney’s work are done on 1′s, but it’s extremely time consuming and expensive to do.    American cartoons that you see on TV are generally drawn on 2′s to save time, money, and effort. Japanese animation is generally done on 3′s because it’s easiest and cheapest and they’ve mastered ways to make cheap but still appealing animation.

I’m mentioning this all right now because I want to make something very clear:

this entire sequence is drawn on 1′s.