Anime : DEN-NO COIL E-SAKUGA
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E-SAKUGA series is a completely new style of keyframes collection where you can tap and control anime key frames. The current title includes keyframes for all 26 episodes of the legendary Japanese anime series “DEN-NO COIL”
“DEN-NO COIL” is a high quality TV series created by a group of Japan’s great and popular creators.
Check out all the animation encompassing unique Japanese taste. This is a kind of invention.
Numerrous sci-fi visuals with a Japanese twist that makes “DEN-NO COIL” special is included as a number of illustrations, character sheets, and background art
More than 200 cuts are included from all 26 episodes. You can make the keyframes move using our unique Tapmation technology. The characters move about full of energy in your screen.
A juvenile sci-fi animation written and directed by Mitsuo Iso, a great animator that proved his abundant skills in works such as “Ghost in the Shell,” “Neon Genesis Evangelion,” and “Rahxephon.” The anime is based in a suburban town in the slight future where children meet various eccentricities through their AR glasses in cyber space.
Really like the art and the features in this book. The only issue I'm having at the moment is that it takes me to the home screen while I'm looking thru the art. Hope this issue gets resolved soon.
THANK YOU FOR THE BEST E-Sakuga
I bought a lot of E-Sakuga from onebilling
And I will still buy them in the future
Im a beginner for making animation, so I can learn a lot from this book
One improvement at a time
I was thinking of giving 4 stars instead of 5, but I changed my mind after seeing some improvement
Having other E-Sakuga iBooks, I'm glad to see background arts, concept arts, and promotional arts added for Denno Coil. It's a major improvement for ibook known for interactive key animation artworks.
As for interface, I still have to get used to icons and buttons though. However once I get used to it, interface shouldn't be a problem.
I have a print version for Denno Coil Key animation book, however it's impossible flip through pages for every featured key frame cuts. Also pictures in print version is too small. So E-Sakuga would be the ideal choice for looking key animations frame-by-frame in detail.
For anyone who are deeply interested in animation or studies animation, Denno Coil features good selection of key animations by Japan's top animators whose works I recognize. So it's not cheap smattering of pretty close up key frame drawing which other anime art books tend to feature.