A new Ghibli film ?

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Re: A new Ghibli film ?

Post by Elodie » 19 Aug 2013, 10:55

Yes, that's why I'm wondering :D

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Re: A new Ghibli film ?

Post by ten_zero » 19 Aug 2013, 11:51

slowtiger wrote:Looks like this is preliminary production artwork, but it would fit the final film as well, as they did in My Neighbors the Yamadas.
Elodie wrote:Yes, that's why I'm wondering :D .
BINGO!

Here is a pilot film edition :
Spoiler : :


It had been five years since TAKAHATA shoot "YAMADA" drawing by TOONZ (one flame per 3 layers : line art + water coloring + Hand drawing FX) 14 years ago.

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Re: A new Ghibli film ?

Post by Elodie » 19 Aug 2013, 11:58

Yeah ! :D

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Re: A new Ghibli film ?

Post by Fabrice » 21 Aug 2013, 16:26

ok, so since ToonZ has almost no painting tools, it's mostly hand paper made animation + FX. (traditionnal old fashion way)
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Re: A new Ghibli film ?

Post by ten_zero » 21 Aug 2013, 17:37

Ghibli will shows us making TV program how to drawing or post-effecting "Princess Kaguya" in November 2013.
Now I am able to share this video when Digital Video promote "Toonz" coloring Sumi-e FX function as same technique for "YAMADA" (08:03- / spoken in Italiano).
Spoiler : :

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Re: A new Ghibli film ?

Post by ten_zero » 07 Nov 2013, 02:27

TAKAHATA "Kaguya" latest trailer
Spoiler : :


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Re: A new Ghibli film ?

Post by Elodie » 07 Nov 2013, 08:57

Thank you for sharing these great videos! :D

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Post by ten_zero » 07 Nov 2013, 14:07

One more thing,
"Princess Kaguya" made by same drawing technic as "Yamada".
Spoiler : :
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Line art (sheet 1) + for Coloring line art (sheet 2) + "Sumi-e (Ink wash painting)" Masking paint (sheet 3)= three times drawing per A sheet × about 5,000,000 during 8 years.
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Re: A new Ghibli film ?

Post by D.T. Nethery » 09 Nov 2013, 13:32

ten_zero wrote:"Toonz" coloring Sumi-e FX function as same technique for "YAMADA" .
ten_zero wrote:One more thing,
"Princess Kaguya" made by same drawing technic as "Yamada".

Line art (sheet 1) + for Coloring line art (sheet 2) + "Sumi-e (Ink wash painting)" Masking paint (sheet 3)= three times drawing per A sheet × about 5,000,000 during 8 years.

I am confused about the description of the technique . Your earlier comment seems to say that the "Sumi-e" ink wash technique is simulated in the Toonz software , but your other comment makes me think that the technique in "Princess Kaguya" is rendered on 3 sheets of paper : Sheet 1 = Line Art , Sheet 2 = coloring for line art , Sheet 3 = Sumi-e ink wash . (3 sheets used for each frame of the animation) Then this animation is scanned to Toonz for compositing (?) .

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Re: A new Ghibli film ?

Post by ten_zero » 09 Nov 2013, 18:38

D.T. Nethery wrote: I am confused about the description of the technique.

Your earlier comment seems to say that the "Sumi-e" ink wash technique is simulated in the Toonz software, but your other comment makes me think that the technique in "Princess Kaguya" is rendered on 3 sheets of paper : Sheet 1 = Line Art , Sheet 2 = coloring for line art , Sheet 3 = Sumi-e ink wash . (3 sheets used for each frame of the animation)

Then this animation is scanned to Toonz for compositing (?) .
That is right.

Here is a Ghibli and HP WorkStation seminor on 2006 presentation :
 http://h50146.www5.hp.com/products/work ... hibli.html
Spoiler : some quite written in Japanese language :
・デジタルペイント、合成工程でトータルに使用
・基本的にラスタイメージのデータ→「線」を大事にする
・従来のセル・アニメーションの制作工程がそのまま移植されている
・劇場用解像度の制作に耐えうる
・プラグインの開発が自由
・用途においてライセンスレベルが設定されている
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「作業工程から見ると、彩色は下流の工程になります。シナリオ、コンテ、原画、レイアウト、背景、動画、これらはすべて従来どおり紙と鉛筆で描いています。そうした意味においては、アニメーション制作の流れ自体は従来と変わっていません」

「その後の動画をスキャナーでとってデジタルペイントし、手書きの背景をデジタルカメラで撮影、これらを合成して完成します。ちなみに背景はサイズが大きいので、フラットベッドスキャナーではなく、デジタルカメラのほうがハンドリングがしやすいです」
(via:http://ascii.jp/elem/000/000/303/303934/)
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Spoiler : translated by me :
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The Borrower Arrietty hand drawing : 74761 sheets per 996 scines



TAKAHATA established No.7 studio for only "Princess Kaguya"
All made by hand drawing (include traceline for digital colorign and Sumi-e masking line for compositon, that why I said "three times drawing per one sheet".

DisneyMovies DVD for U.S.A. is not including "Making of Yamada".
Bonus contents:
Behind The Microphone With Voice Talent From The Film (5 min)
Trailers
Original Storyboards
You will find in Ghibli Blu-ray Japan edition what I woud like to say :
Japanese TV Program "The making of Yamada during 15 months"(45 minutes)
●Original Storyboards (e-conte)
●Original Scenarios
●Trailers
●4 language subtitles, English & Deutsch overdub

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Re: A new Ghibli film ?

Post by ten_zero » 22 Nov 2013, 01:52

TAKAHATA the opening of the promotion.
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Re: A new Ghibli film ?

Post by ten_zero » 12 Dec 2013, 14:37

YONEBAYASHI (directed "The Borrower Arrietty")new project based "When Marnie Was There (by Joan G. Robinson, 1967) on Summer 2014.
http://marnie.jp/index.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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Re: A new Ghibli film ?

Post by Elodie » 16 Dec 2013, 10:20

Thank you for sharing these links !

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Re: A new Ghibli film ?

Post by ten_zero » 22 May 2014, 06:47

Walt Disney Studio Japan decided to BAN "On your Mark" (1995) and delete it from "MIYAZAKI Hayao movie products complete BD/DVD BOX".

You can read for more information in English langueage at :
Anime News Network "'On Your Mark' Pulled from Miyazaki Box Sets After Aska's Drug Arrest"

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Re: A new Ghibli film ?

Post by Elodie » 22 May 2014, 07:09

What a pity =/

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