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I think I can safely say this is my favourite piece of animation of all time. Completely subjective, but this just resonates with me.
I'm curious, do those animators perform AMAs? I'm interested in seeing them.
JanEstra said:
I'm curious, do those animators perform AMAs? I'm interested in seeing them.
'AMAs', meaning a Reddit 'Ask Me Anything'? If that's what you mean haven't heard of one before, but I would be interested in seeing that too. Although I would need to see a translated version as my Japanese isn't up to scratch.

The only thing I can think of similar to that is the Peter Chung posts on AniPages forum.
http://www.pelleas.net/forum/search.php?st=0&sk=t&sd=d&sr=posts&keywords=peter_chung&start=15
JanEstra said:
I'm curious, do those animators perform AMAs? I'm interested in seeing them.
Some like Kitakubo are on ask.fm
http://ask.fm/LawofGreen
A big question I'd have for most of my favourite animators would be:
How and when do you use reference?
When you don't use reference what methods do you use to maintain believability?