Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Cardfight!! Vanguard G - [2014]

Sources: animenewsnetwork.comDengeki via Makiboshi RyokuchaHachima Kikō

Alternative title:
カードファイト!! ヴァンガードG (Japanese)
Vintage: 2014-10-26
Opening Theme:
#1: "BREAK IT!" by Mamoru Miyano
Ending Theme:
#1: "Dakara Genki for You" by Izumi Kitta
Other article:

TV Tokyo began streaming a promotional video for the upcoming Cardfight!! Vanguard G sequel anime on Sunday. The video features the anime's opening theme song, "Break It!" by Mamoru Miyano. The preview premiered after the final episode of the previous series, Cardfight!! Vanguard: Legion Mate.

The story of Cardfight!! Vanguard G is set at Card Capital Shop No. 2 three years after Legion Mate. The main characters are Chrono Shindō, Shion Kiba, and Tokoha Anjō. Shin Nitta, the manager of Card Capital Shop No. 2, and part-time worker Kamui Katsuragi will return in the new anime, as will Misaki Togura and Card Capital's owner. Also appearing is Kōji Ibuki (voiced byMamoru Miyano) from this year's Gekijōban Cardfight!! Vanguard (Cardfight!! Vanguard the Movie). Ibuki will hold the key to the new story.
Miyano is also performing the opening theme song "Break It!", while Misaki Togura (as voiced byIzumi Kitta) is performing the ending "Dakara Genki for You" (That's Why This is Happiness For You). The anime will premiere on October 26.
The accompanying Cardfight!! Vanguard G card game will offer trial decks on November 22, January 22, and April. Booster packs will follow on December 5, February 20, and June, and an extra booster pack will go on sale in March.
Cardfight!! Vanguard co-creator Takaaki Kidani had said in March that the franchise will get fifth, sixth and seventh seasons. Crunchyroll streamed the first three series subtitled as they aired in Japan while the Animax Asia dub was streamed on YouTube.

Series Composition:
MusicMamoru Mori
Original ConceptTakaaki Kidani
Original creatorAkira Ito
Character DesignMari Tominaga
Art DirectorTeruhiko Niida
Sound DirectorYui Umemoto
Director of Photography: Takenari Kubo

Cardfight CompositionSatoshi Nakamura(Yuhodo)
Chief Production SupervisorTakaaki Kidani
Color designHiromi Miyawaki
EditingYayoi Ohtake
Theme Song Performance:

Animation ProductionTMS Entertainment
BackgroundsJ.C. Staff
Key Animation:
Studio Cosmo (ep 2)
TDI (ep 1)
Original CreatorBushiroad Inc.
PhotographyTMS Photo

Monster High: Kowa-ike Girls [2014]


Alternative title:
モンスター・ハイ~こわイケガールズ (Japanese)
Number of episodes: 8
Vintage: 2014-10-22
Opening Theme:
"Monster High" (モンスター・ハイ) by amorecarina feat.Chu-Z KAEDE
Following a run of streaming dubbed shorts, an animated adaptation of Mattel's horror teen doll line Monster High will be hitting Japanese TV on October 22nd. In addition to a blog announcement and news from the line's Japanese Twitter account, singer/voice actress Madoka Yonezawa chimed in to report her involvement.

DirectorShinichi Watanabe
Sound DirectorTakumi Itou
Cgi Director:
Director of Photography:Kazuhide Miyata

Assistant DirectorKiichi Takaoka
ModelingKumiko Katayama
ScriptsDeko Akao
Theme Song LyricsMEG.ME
Theme Song Performance:

Animation Production AssistancePicona Creative Studio
Music ProductionNippon Columbia
Original ConceptMattel
Recording StudioHALF H·P STUDIO

Tuesday, 25 November 2014

DRAGON AGE™: INQUISITION Official Trailer – The Breach - [2014]

A cataclysmic event Plunges the land of Thedas into turmoil. Dragons darken the sky, casting a shadow over lands on the brink of chaos. Mages break into all-out war against the oppressive templars. Nations rise against one another. It falls to you and your allies to restore order as you lead the Inquisition and hunt down the agents of chaos.

Explore, lead, and battle: Tough choices define your experience, and even one decision can change the course of what's to come.

What does it mean to pierce the Veil, that which separates our world from the realm of dreams and demons? For the average man and woman, it is a frightening thought to consider just how fragile this separation actually is. The Veil is not a physical curtain, not a structure limited to a particular place—it is everywhere. It is in their home, in the streets where they walk, in farmers' fields as well as remote mountain vales. At any moment it could be torn to shreds, allowing demons and other horrors to flood into our world like water through a burst dam. Known lore tells us that small rifts can be sealed... but what about a large one? What if some catastrophic magical event created a rift so large and horrific, it weakened the integrity of the Veil as a whole? Such a "breach" would threaten our entire world, turning concerns about occasional demonic intrusion into a charming anecdote compared to the monsters we would then face. If there is anything to be done, any reason we should look at magic with fear, it is for that possibility more than any other.
- From The True Threat of Magic by Lady Seeker Alandra Vael

Dragon Age: Inquisition, the third main game in BioWare's Dragon Age series, features a wide-array of characters.
The player fills the role of "the Inquisitor", leader of the re-established Theodosian "Inquisition", setting out to stop the demons that that have invaded the world of Thedas. The Inquisitor, whose race and gender is chosen by the player, can be accompanied by several "companions", or party members, who also join the Inquisition. Several characters, such as Morrigan and Leliana, return from previous games in the series, and two companions—Varric and Cassandra—both appeared in the second game (Varric being the only returning companion). Nine companions appear in all: Cassandra, Varric, Vivienne, Sera, Iron Bull, Solas, Blackwall, Dorian, and Cole.

Concept and creation

The creation process for Inquisition '​s characters each began with a concept artist, who was supplied with a very short blurb by the writers, rather than being written in advance. This was done in order to keep the concept artists from always having to "play catch-up" and make the process more collaborative.[1] For Inquisition, they wanted the characters to be more recognizable, and BioWare stated they preferred "realistic" characters over "the embodiment of perfection".[1] In deciding the cast for their games, Mike Laidlaw commented that BioWare looks at its major themes, and uses the party members to help pose "high-level questions" to the player and allow them to humanise issues.[1] BioWare tries to create a party dynamic.[1] Mark Darrah, the game's executive producer, noted that generally they tried to balance the characters between the classes, genders, romance options, and other things.[2]
Several characters from previous Dragon Age games return in Inquisition. It was important that any returning characters made sense.[1] Darrah commented that they were unlikely to reuse any previous romance options as companions due to the "baggage" that comes with them, though they could appear in cameos. He gave one reason that a character might return is an incomplete arc, pointing to Isabela's return in Dragon Age II.[2]
The characters were made before deciding who the romance options will be, and how many options there are; this is in order to ensure the characters are built-up and "real" first.[3] The developers try to balanced making the romances nuanced while not spending too much time developing "essentially optional" content.[3] The romances in Inquisition tried to explore new ground rather than repeat narratives seen in earlier romances.[3] Unlike previous games, Inquisition is said to favour event-driven content over approval ratings.[3][4] Romances can vary between falling for heated rival or "fooling around with a friend", depending on the player's choices, in addition to the more traditional route of falling in love.[5][6] The sex scenes in Inquisition are intended to be more "mature and tasteful", with cinematic director Jonathan Perry noting that controversy wasn't just a matter of concern, but also a limit on budget and the expense of animation fidelity. The developers wanted to focus not on the sex itself, but rather on that it was "the culmination of spending a lot of time with a character and getting to know them".[7]
Unlike the previous Dragon Age games, no DLC companion is planned for the game. Creative director Mike Laidlaw commented how due to the nature of their companions part of the DLC companion had to be on the disc, and some controversy was caused by players believing they were paying for companions they already owned.[8][9] Inquisitionfeatures nine companions in all.[8][9]
To help cosplayers, fan-artists, and others, BioWare is releasing character reference kits that detail their costumes.[10][11] The first one released was Morrigan.[11]

The Inquisitor

Voiced by: Harry Hadden-Paton and Alix Wilton Regan (British accents); Jon Curry and Sumalee Montano (American accents)[12]
The player character of the game, the Inquisitor is the sole survivor when a Fade tear erupts over a peace meeting between leaders of the Chantry and the mage rebellion. After this event, the character is placed head of the new Inquisition, and tasked with stopping the Fade tears and investigating their source. The Inquisitor is customisable, with the player given the choice over their gender, class (mage, rogue or warrior), race, and voice set. Most of their responses are controlled by the player through a dialogue wheel.
The Inquisitor has two different voices for each gender, with the choice between either a British or an American accent.[17] Alix Wilton Regan, provider of the Inquisitor's British female accent, believed there should be a sense of "strength, authority" to the Inquisitor, and so used a more "chesty" voice instead of more high and in the throat. Regan has said she is proud to be voicing a female protagonist for BioWare, focusing on the importance of inclusion.[18]With the Dragon Age series, developers wished to focus more on the world than build an arc around a single protagonist.[2][13]Mark Darrah noted how Hawke, the protagonist of Dragon Age II, was "really a leaf in the wind", and contrasted them against the Inquisitor, acting on the world instead of reacting to the world "pushing down on you".[2][13] Although BioWare originally stated that the Inquisitor would be human-only, it was later announced that the ability to choose your race, an option available in Origins, would return.[14] In addition to being able to be a human, dwarf or elf, Inquisition also introduces the option for the player to make their Inquisitor a "Qunari", a large horned race.[15] The developers wanted there to be some sort of significant impact to your choice of player, both from characters and the storyline.[16]
IGN's Mitch Dyer called the ability to play as a Qunari one of the "6 most exceptional things" he'd seen in Inquisition, also taking interest in the ability to play as a female Qunari partly due to it being their first appearance.[19] Matt Bertz of Game Informer was also glad to be able to play as a Qunari, believing "[t]he more playable races, the better in my mind".[15] Also writing for Game Informer, Kimberley Wallace called the player's "reach" as Inquisitor one of Inquisition '​s "striking features", saying "Your character has so much power over where the story goes and how events will play out, and part of the fun is deciding what type of leader you want to be."[20]

Monday, 24 November 2014


Config :

Track 1 - Okill : Diebuster 

Track 2 - Zuuki : Psycho pass
Track 3 - Digicat : Black Raison d'Etre
Track 4 - MadaraXD : Suzumiya
Track 5 - Kronontz : Macross Frontier
Track 6 - MagicDarkLight: Guilty Crown
Track 7 - Fadoo-Sama : Ghost in the Shell

Intro/outro : Allen (edit by Fadoo-sama)

Music : Myon amp- Shane 54 Feat Labworks - Ibiza Sunrise

Sunday, 16 November 2014

VFX of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug - [Weta Digital] - [2013]

Source: Weta Digital

Middle-earth is a fantastical world of imagined landscapes and many incredible digital creatures. We completed almost 2000 VFX shots for the film, encompassing hero digital performance work, large scale water and fire simulations, complex digital environments, digital doubles of a large cast, and extensive creature work. Take a glimpse at the invention, artistry and innovation that the artists at Weta Digital used to make it all come together in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.