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    Night vin, sleep tight :ciao:

    I'm going too :goodnight:

    Wait a minute... did pudding have a sex change? :eek3:
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    (Original post by Liquidus Zeromus)
    What are you behind on? <_<

    That sucks :sad:
    I'm behind on everything from the current season :p:

    Night you guys!

    I'm gonna head off too :sleep:
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    I'm now behind on Cross Game, Bakemonogatari, ZSZS, Tears to Tiara and Basquash!, all by one episode. Hopefully I'll be able to correct that tomorrow. :yes:
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    How much do you think it takes to make a short (52 episodes max) anime?
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    I wonder how long it takes for one.
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    a week an ep maybe :dontknow: must be hard work

    morning :hello:
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    :yawn:good morning
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    morning vin :poke:
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    (Original post by Yuuki)
    I wonder how long it takes for one.
    This is mainly dependent on the studio, since there are many variables to consider (style and approach of the animation and the size of the team responsible, for example). It's common practice for much of the scripting, story-boarding and animation to be completed well in advance of its actual air date. As such, a studio will produce multiple episodes at once, in order to meet the weekly deadline. You can expect a studio to begin the ground-work about six months to possibly a year before the series is officially announced.
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    (Original post by Matisse)
    This is mainly dependent on the studio, since there are many variables to consider (style and approach of the animation and the size of the team responsible, for example). It's common practice for much of the scripting, story-boarding and animation to be completed well in advance of its actual air date. As such, a studio will produce multiple episodes at once, in order to meet the weekly deadline. You can expect a studio to begin the ground-work about six months to possibly a year before the series is officially announced.
    :poke:hi
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    :hi:

    So, everyone enjoying the Ashes? :ninja:


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    (Original post by vin)
    :poke:hi
    Morning Vin-kin. :smile:
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    (Original post by Matisse)
    Morning Vin-kin. :smile:
    how was yesturday:poke:
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    morning Aiko, Tru

    hows England doing? :ninja:
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    (Original post by vin)
    how was yesturday:poke:
    We decided to go shopping in Chelsea (around Sloane Square and Kings Road), and I spent way too much. The rest decided to go clubbing in the evening, but I'm too old and boring for that. :sad: :tongue: - But no, in all seriousness, I would have gone if I didn't have work the following day. :o: - What did Vin-kin do yesterday? :poke:

    Morning Tru-pyon and Euge. :smile:
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    :hello:


    England are 1-0 up with two games left
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    Hmmm ... Good Morning.
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    (Original post by Matisse)
    We decided to go shopping in Chelsea (around Sloane Square and Kings Road), and I spent way too much. The rest decided to go clubbing in the evening, but I'm too old and boring for that. :sad: :tongue: - But no, in all seriousness, I would have gone if I didn't have work the following day. :o: - What did Vin-kin do yesterday? :poke:

    Morning Tru-pyon and Euge. :smile:
    It was raining all day and I still have a cold so stayed in untill my granny wanted me to go buy chocolate for her to give to people so I waited till the rain stopped to go, then later my sister dragged me to someones house looking liuke a tramp who'd stayed in all day then I watched strange videos untill it was time for bed.:indiff:
 
 
 
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