Tuesday, 14 October 2014

Takeshi Koike 小池 健 [MAD-AMV-Sakuga]

Lupin scene is not sure.

Takeshi Koike (小池健 Koike Takeshi) (born January 26, 1968) is a Japanese studio animatorillustrator and film director.
Something of a protégée of Yoshiaki Kawajiri, he was also influenced by Yoshinori Kanada, Frank Miller, Mike Mignola, and Katsuhito Ishii. He went straight from a high school education to beginning his career at Madhouse as an in-betweener on works directed by Kawajiri after being interviewed by him. His first professional work as director is the title sequence of the 2000 film Party 7; while his first feature film is Redline, which premiered in 2009 and was released in 2010. He served as character designer and animation director for 2012's Lupin the Third: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine, and directed a film continuation called Lupin the IIIrd: Daisuke Jigen's Gravestone for 2014.[7] Work outside of animation includes the artwork for the 2004 Dreams Come True single "Yasashii Kiss o Shite".

Family name (in kanji): 小池
Given name (in kanji): 健
Date of birth: 1968-01-26
(1986) After getting an interview with Yoshiaki Kawajiri, Koike is hired to work for Madhouse.
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World Record (OAV) : Director

Staff in:
Afro Samurai (TV) : Director (Pilot), Storyboard (Pilot), Character Design (Pilot), Key Animation (Pilot), Setting (Pilot)
BioHunter (OAV) : Key Animation
Blood: The Last Vampire (movie) : Key Animation
Bride of Deimos (OAV) : In-Between Check
Cardcaptor Sakura (TV) : Key Animation (eps 1, 57)
Cardcaptor Sakura Movie 2: The Sealed Card : Key Animation
Cardcaptor Sakura: The Movie : Key Animation
Carried by the Wind: Tsukikage Ran (TV) : Key Animation (OP; eps 1, 5)
Chironup no Kitsune (movie) : In-Between Animation
CLAMP in Wonderland (OAV) : Key Animation
Cyber City Oedo 808 (OAV) : Key Animation (ep 3), Mechanical animation Director
Darkside Blues (movie) : Key Animation
Dead Leaves (OAV) : Key Animation
Demon City Shinjuku (OAV) : In-Between Check
DNA² (TV) : Mecha design
Doomed Megalopolis (OAV) : Assistant Animation Director (1-2), Key Animation (1-3)
Fighting Spirit (TV) : Key Animation (OP 1; ep 20)
Giant Robo (OAV) : Key Animation (eps 1, 6)
Goku II - Midnight Eye (OAV) : Key Animation
Goku: Midnight Eye (OAV) : In-Between Check, Key Animation
Hidamari no Ki (TV) : Key Animation
Iron Man (TV) : Director (Pilot)Mechanical design, Key Animation (eps 1, 7, 11)
Jubei-Chan The Ninja Girl - Secret of the Lovely Eyepatch (TV) : Animation Director (eps 10-11)
Kamisama Kiss (TV) : Key Animation (eps 4, 12)
Lupin III: The Woman Called Fujiko Mine (TV) : Character Design, Animation Director (eps 1, 13)Key Animation (OP; ep 13)
Lupin the IIIrd: Jigen Daisuke no Bohyō (movie) : Director, Character Design, Animation Director, Mechanical design
Ninja Scroll (movie) : Key Animation
Patlabor WXIII (movie 3) : Key Animation
(The) Phoenix: Chapter of Ho-o (movie) : In-Between Animation
(The) Phoenix: Chapter of Yamato (OAV) : In-Between Animation
Program (OAV) : Mechanical design
Redline (movie) : Director, Storyboard, Unit Director, Character Design, Animation Director, Background Design, Key Animation (uncredited), Layout (uncredited), Layout Supervisor (uncredited), Machine Design
Samurai Champloo (TV) : Key Animation (ep 5), Opening Animation
Slipstream (OAV) : Key Animation
Spirit Warrior (OAV 2) : Character Design
Stink Bomb (movie) : Key Animation
Texhnolyze (TV) : Key Animation (ep 1)
Trava (OAV) : Director, Storyboard
Trigun: Badlands Rumble (movie) : Key Animation
Urusei Yatsura: Always My Darling (movie) : Key Animation
Vampire Hunter D: Bloodlust (movie) : Key Animation, Setting Design
Wicked City (movie) : In-Between Animation
A Wind Named Amnesia (movie) : Key Animation
World Record (OAV) : Character Design, Animation Director, Key Animation (half of the total number of key frames)
X (movie) : Key Animation
Yawara! A Fashionable Judo Girl (TV) : Key Animation (eps 1, 18)
Zankyō no Terror (TV) : Storyboard (ED), Unit Director (ED), Animation (ED)

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