Development of Anime

Over time, Anime technology is getting more advanced. With an anime that uses an optical track (as used today), Chikara To Onna No Yononaka (1932) use optical track record by Kenzo Masaoka for the first time. In 1943 Masaoka with his student, Senoo Kosei, made five episodes of an anime entitled Momotaro no Umiwashi (Momotaro, the Sea Eagle) which made his work the first Japanese anime with a duration of 30 minutes. You can see a lot of Anime characters names on our website.

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is 3Anime-characters-names.jpg

CG (Computer Graphics) technology and visual technology, computers are said to have made it easier to make anime nowadays, because of that, some people think that their artistic quality is lower than that of past anime. It’s just that it should be noted that the image quality is now more enjoyable to see and easier to understand because the image is more proportional and the color is better, plus the presence of HD technology.

The most striking difference between anime and animation is culture. yes culture culture is defined as things that are related to human mind and reason.

In general, anime and animation or cartoons are actually the same, but in anime there is a cultural culture that affects, especially comics. The differences that exist in anime and animation in general are in:

The eyes, in the anime the eyes are depicted as big and seem a bit bulging, or if they are not all slanted and it seems that the eyes are only a line on the face. Maybe it is the obsession of Japanese people who have narrow eyes and want to have big eyes so that this obsession spills on manga.

Hair, definitely harajuku style. The pioneer with the most harajuku is Dragon Ball. Somehow his hair, if not bald, must be sharp. Compared to animations like Asterix from France or super heroes from DC and Marvel or other countries, the hair will seem ordinary and there are very few sharp depictions.

Scroll to top