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Questions pertaining to the process of writing, animating, distributing, or otherwise creating anime. This tag generally should NOT be used for questions about things like characterization, thematic elements, or other artistic concerns and certainly not for identification requests.

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That looks to be cel shading which is "designed to make 3-D computer graphics appear to be flat". - Wikipedia
answered Nov 14 '13 by ton.yeung
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What is considered canon is generally decided by the author(s) or license holder. I think you need to get a better idea of the definition of canon. the original work from which the fan fiction au …
answered Sep 18 '13 by ton.yeung
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I don't know this for sure, but practically speaking, just because a talent is contracted for voicing a character, doesn't mean that the person is tied to the character for life. Add to the fact tha …
answered Jul 30 '13 by ton.yeung
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Shirobako is supposed to mean white box, and is a conjunction of "shiro" (white) and "hako" (box). The "h" in "hako" turns into a "b" when you join the two words. Thanks @LoganM for the explanation. …
asked Nov 14 '14 by ton.yeung