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Ever wonder how anime is made? This is a window into how animation studio Kyoto Animation produces its work. Here, the anime is Love, Chunibyo & Other Delusions.

Via Naver and Oeker, the screenshots below were taken from the anime’s Blu-ray release and show the process. You can see the rough animation being drawn, images on computer being colored in and shaded, and camera movements being laid out. The result is an inside peek into one of Japan’s most popular anime studios.

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This story was originally published on October 14, 2014.


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