Anime : Evangelion:3.0 #1 E-SAKUGA

Anime : Evangelion:3.0 #1 E-SAKUGA

By Onebilling

  • Release Date : 2015-05-08
  • Genre : Action
  • FIle Size : 1064.05 MB
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Description

Anime : Evangelion:3.0 #1 E-SAKUGA E-SAKUGA series is a completely new style of ANIME Art interactive ebook with scene clip where you can tap and control a lot of Keyfames of Japanese anime style.

This Is "EVANGELION:3.0 You Can (Not) Redo." official iBooks English Version.

Some of the best animators in Japan are involved in the production of EVANGELION:3.0 You Can (Not) Redo. Their drawings ar already great, but the talented animation directors further improve upon the details. Please also check out how such improvements are made.

Reviews

  • The best e book

    5
    By Luckiesq
    Im studying animation at university. I love this book because I love to draw animation and I'm a Evangelion Fan Please make the book more than this
  • Best animation flip book

    5
    By Reanimator999
    As a fan of Anime who have been buying dozens of books called "key animation collection" in print, this interactive book is really great way to enjoy raw pencil animations of talented Japanese animators. I already have a print version of this ibook which is called "Evangelion 3.0 Groundworks". Compared to the print version, i-book's picture quality is many times better and it can play several raw pencil animation sequences which is impossible with print version. For anyone who studies animation or just intersted in anime/animation art, this i-book is a must have.
  • A peek into the mind of the artists

    5
    By OR Dave
    For those with even a passing interest in anime and the technical aspects of creating it, this is a treasure trove of art and insight. Artistically, there is a huge variety of scenes, characters and types of work. The art is simply incredible. In an age that seems to be drowning in mass-produced consumer-driven junk, this collection shows that there is still an enclave of craftsmen making art in this format. Technically, the look at what it takes to put something like this together is impressive. I am no anime expert, and even I found the technical aspects of this fascinating. I'm sure that for real anime enthusiasts, this book is a must-have.

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