This week’s Kizumonogatari translation is a collection of commentaries by the ace animators who handled the most iconic sequences, talking about their feelings and goals with those scenes, as well as the techniques employed. This is how the most stunning moments came to be!
While F/GO Babylonia hasn’t quite kicked off with the bang many expected it to, things have began to take a turn for the better with its latest episode. As the cast finally settle into Uruk, let’s take this opportunity to explore not just why this episode stands out, but also the mind behind it.
Since people seemed to enjoy the first rundown, here’s another look at many interesting books released by individual staff members and creative teams during the last edition of Comiket. It’s not just a very direct way for them to reach fans, it also allows us access to production materials and original art that wouldn’t have been shared otherwise. Enjoy!
“I’m a god and can easily keep up translation work for both my job and the blog, nae bother.” – Me, a week before completely failing to do so. Laugh it up, troops. More importantly, however, we’re back in business, and this time we’ve got a roundtable featuring a number of key animators who worked on the show. Let’s dive in now before I fall asleep and miss the target day.