This is what Capcom used to develop arcade games on.
I miss weird, workstation class computers.
This is where I collect stuff I like on the internet.
It's mostly for me, but it's cool if you like it too.
Veteran animator Naoyuki Asano (Tatami Galaxy), Shingo Yamashita (Gatchaman Crowds), and NPO Animator Supporters join force to setup dormitory for animators.
We all love anime, right? But sometimes we forget that anime is created by real people who also love anime—that’s why they get into the business! But the life of an animator isn’t glamorous; in fact, it usually pays VERY little.
And because of the low pay, it’s hard for animators to find adequate places to live within commuting distance to their jobs.
But we can help! Veteran animators are teaming up for this IndieGoGo campaign to help build affordable living quarters for animators in Japan that will also double as anime workshops that will be open to ALL animators (not just the ones who live there!) to help better their craft. This means a better standard of living for animators in Japan, and better anime for the fans—so really, everyone wins!
So if you can, throw a few dollars in to help the people who animate the things you love! Even $5 helps. If you’re broke, you can still help by reblogging, tweeting, or linking the campaign to your friends. There’s only 9 days left, so spread the word!
The Tatami Galaxy (Yojouhan Shinwa Taikei) BD Box cover and packaging shot. Illustrated by Yusuke Nakamura.
This is an excellent show, one of my personal favourites. I’m really happy it’s getting a BD box and am looking forward to getting it.
Probably one of my favorite things to come out of Japan in years. I’m a sucker for Nakamura’s pop-art, and Masaaki Yuasa is the freshest voice in animation in Japan.
Everyone should find a way to watch this shoe.