a unique article about haw animes are made
Source: http://anime-city.org/animation/art1.htmlMost articles about how animes are made will tell you how they draw frames and etc. but they wont tell you what you want to know. The first step in the production of animes is making the storyboard they make a basic concept of what they want with very rough drawings afterwards, they check it and rearrange it and fix it up as is necessary the director and storyboard artists play a huge role in this. Then They give the storyboards to key animators who draw the main frames usually using a Wacom Cintiq interactive pen display and in the software Retas! Pro Stylus and Paintman although newer studios are switching to Toonboom, Flash or Anime Studio. After the Key frames are done they give them to the in-between animators who draw the in-between frames using the same software. The backgrounds are usually painted in adobe Photoshop and once that is done effects and other adjustments are made using Core Retas!. Although most animes are made this way I would suggest that you make the basic animation choreography using Adobe Flash and draw the frames and paint the backgrounds using Adobe Photoshop and add effects and other adjustments using Adobe After Effects because these software are more up to date and have more advanced functions.