what are the reason that let some animators chiose to work on some projects with high quality standards if they can produce much more work(and more income) if they worked on mediocare quality projects?
Because money isn't everything. They get to test their limits, learn a lot and grow a lot by pushing them. Personal contacts, favors might be involved. There is artistic joy in doing something great too.
If you were candy, what would you be?
Do you pay attention to the material your clothes are made of?
Not really as long as it doesn't give me an itch.
What's your next job gonna be?
Ruby on Rails dev at a local startup.
Would you want to do the AniProducer way or the Episode Director way?
The out of the industry way.
What is the speed of dark?
Three clicks with Zoey.
https://i.imgur.com/MC7rfza.jpg What's up with those scenes? Is this intentional?
Yes it's intentional.
You should quit playing LLSIF.
I've quit a year ago. I only log on occasionally for some daily dose of cute.
does granblue game works fine outside japan? the game itself is only available at japanese app store
Do you know if more people want to join the anime industry since shirobako?
Yes that's not unusual.
Does it happen frequently that you have a new kouhai who joined just because they like anime?
No one's joined my team since me, but I see it plenty in other places yes.
from your experience, what is the ratio for PAs who join the industry because they despreatly looking for a job to the PAs who join because they want to be a part of the industry?
1 to 10 or less even. This job pays so bad even just doing some supermarket baito you could make more. Also don't forget about the people who join because they want an easy job.
How did you land your current job? Personally job hunting in Tokyo and while I'm very interested in the industry, I never thought us gaijins could actually make it there, so consider me wowed and eager to learn more.
You shouldn't go anime, at least not at the entry job like mine (PA). I got desperate after I couldn't find a job for a long time and applied every position that came to mind. They are quite desperate for people with common sense and more interest in the job than "I like anime". Of course "impressive" Japanese language skills are required.
What kind of visa do you have?
At you workplace, do you hear people talk more often anime (excluding their own work relevant stuff) or j-doramas?
Is manga a save topic?
I don't see why you'd date someone with whom you can't discuss your interests.
since you live in japan, when should i tell a japanese girl i have interest in that i watch anime?
Right after the "by the way, what do you think of anime?" question.
what are your favs smartphone games, or you just like the browsers games?
I think LLSIF is the only game I play that is not playable on computers.
How old were you when you started playing video games?
Dunno. Very young.
is it true that there are some weiros who steal production materials to sell them?
I've heard of people putting up old character models and used storyboards on online auctions.
What motivates you to get up on Monday morning?
Just the thought that I'm getting paid to do my job.
What qualities do you think are necessary to having a successful career path?
Apparently I don't have them whatever they are.
It's International Hedgehog's Day! What would you name your hedgehog, if you had one?
what was the longest distance you did take for collecting work materials?
20km one way.
Are you an experimentalist or a traditionalist?
I'm not afraid of trying new things, but I don't seek change. At least not for the sake of change. If I've clearly got something to gain from it, I'm all for it.