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Old 2008-11-28, 11:08   Link #2281
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genryou: I think that's Aya Hirano. A Japanese voice actress. I'm pretty sure anyway, but don't take my sure word for it.
that's Aya?

there's a chance it was her but honestly..i dont think Aya can dance like that..
so far, i only seen her dance Hare Hare Yukai and Mottoke! Sailor Fuku
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Old 2008-11-28, 13:34   Link #2282
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Well, I think that's her, but then again, the GIF isn't the best quality. So you can't be totally sure about it. And thank you for not making me seem all by myself thinking that, Geta Boshi. xD;
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Old 2008-11-29, 11:26   Link #2283
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Is there a list somewhere, where animes are listed + the information, if there are some mangas and or novels out of it?

Would be better than to check every single anime on wiki.


Thanks ahead.
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Old 2008-11-29, 12:51   Link #2284
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Is there a list somewhere, where animes are listed + the information, if there are some mangas and or novels out of it?

Would be better than to check every single anime on wiki.


Thanks ahead.
Hmmmm, don't know if it's what you are looking for, but ANN encyclopedia always show related links in their listings.

That is, if you check an anime, it will show you links to the related (if available) manga info and viceversa.

http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/ency...me.php?id=8455
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Old 2008-11-29, 15:22   Link #2285
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Is there a list somewhere, where animes are listed + the information, if there are some mangas and or novels out of it?

Would be better than to check every single anime on wiki.


Thanks ahead.
http://anidb.net/
There you will find most of the anime shows and movies, I say most because I do not know if you find everthing there ... or does someone know each and every anime

http://www.animenfo.com/
It has a Manga and Anime Database but the Anime Database is not complete, I did not found some Animes there which I've found on anidb
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Old 2008-11-29, 17:19   Link #2286
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Old 2008-11-30, 01:28   Link #2287
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Wikipedia was written in Japanese as ウィキペディア
So is o+i means wi ( since i knows we don't have "wi" in Hiragana and katakana); and does it apply for all cases (such as Wii= ウィィ )?

Then the only way for Japanese to pronounce "di" is adding de+i ?
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Old 2008-11-30, 02:54   Link #2288
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So is o+i means wi
The first character is a "u".
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Old 2008-11-30, 04:55   Link #2289
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o0 I only see question marks ???????
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Old 2008-11-30, 05:23   Link #2290
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^Your OS probably doesn't have Japanese fonts installed.

As for the question before that, I cannot fully answer, but my Japanese instructor made a katakana out of my name and the (Anglicized) syllable "wo" is written with ウォ, so yeah. The application does seem likely to be the "normal" one, although someone who actually knows it should answer instead.



Anyway, I have a question of my own: is there some sort of program or website or whatever where you can identify songs by just knowing the sounds? This is especially problematic for classical music which has no key phrases I could approximate and google on (except for rare cases like the Gregorian Chant, which starts with the title anyway).
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Old 2008-11-30, 09:32   Link #2291
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Wikipedia was written in Japanese as ウィキペディア
So is o+i means wi ( since i knows we don't have "wi" in Hiragana and katakana); and does it apply for all cases (such as Wii= ウィィ )?

Then the only way for Japanese to pronounce "di" is adding de+i ?
As WK said, that's u+i. It applies to "fi" (fu + i), "fe" etc... Even odd combinations like the "qua" in "quality" may be expressed as クォ (ku + o).

For タ行, however, as you mentioned they use te/de + whatever... so the way Japanese would write the pronounciation of "di", "ti" properly is ディ (de + i), ティ (te + i). Another case is dyu, written as デュ (te + yu), used as the "du" in producer for example.

One exception is the "proper" pronounciation of tu and du (not to be confused with tsu つ and dzu づ - obvious why te/de is used as the root character as seen above)...
The anglicized syllables tu and du are written as トゥ (to + u) and ドゥ respectively.

By the way Wii is ウィー. When lengthening vowels in katakana you usually use ー.


Says someone who still hasn't gone for a single minute of Japanese lessons, anyway
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Old 2008-11-30, 15:17   Link #2292
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Can soemone help me, another song has become a ear/mind bug so I am going to gnaw some fan lyrics out of I have aligned the JP lyrics with a full translation I found, I think I have them lined up right ready enough to crate some fan lyrics out of but before I start would like a 2nd opinion.

and yes I have a couple more translations to pile on but I I need to make sure I have them aline right before I continue further.
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Old 2008-12-01, 09:45   Link #2293
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Ah....probably a stupid question:

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While drawing an anime character all the books tell to begin with circles (like in the first part of the image) and then draw the "human form" (the images in the second part).

But my question is....the paper does not damage while erasing the circles? Also, it doesnt leave marks in the paper?.


Its quite confusing...
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Old 2008-12-01, 20:02   Link #2294
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Ah....probably a stupid question:

Spoiler for image:


While drawing an anime character all the books tell to begin with circles (like in the first part of the image) and then draw the "human form" (the images in the second part).

But my question is....the paper does not damage while erasing the circles? Also, it doesnt leave marks in the paper?.


Its quite confusing...
use the book as a guideline until you find your own style =3 then you find your own basic of drawing

anyway, you draw those parts very lightly so you can see them but also erase them with ease without damaging the paper, what I usually do it draw the body first nude, like those you've listed but i skip the circle step (which is used to make certain that you don't make the body too thin or out of proportion). over the body which you draw lightly you draw the clothes, hair and detail also lightly but somewhat harder on paper so you can cross it again with the final pencil line to make what you want it to be in total or ink it.

you draw those basics lightly if you want to keep it pencil and ink because you want to see what goes over them (clothes etc) and that way you don't damage paper, unless you erase like a mad man ofc

edit:

I have a kind of example for you so you can see what I mean, though I made this with ink from scratch you can clearly see the joints in the hands etc. but only lightly compared to the rest

Spoiler for image:
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Old 2008-12-05, 20:21   Link #2295
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It may seem that anime questions are asked here, but is there a way to set it so you can see if other users are on at the time?
such as the green icon that turns grey when users are off.
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Old 2008-12-05, 20:32   Link #2296
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It may seem that anime questions are asked here, but is there a way to set it so you can see if other users are on at the time?
such as the green icon that turns grey when users are off.
You mean this?

http://forums.animesuki.com/online.php

EDIT:

Oh wait, you are asking for a set up/option, right?. It would appear I misunderstood your question. >_< Either way, you can still check who's online (and what they are doing) in the link I gave you.

EDIT 2:

Oh I didn't know you could also check what guests and search engines (bots) are doing.
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Old 2008-12-05, 20:46   Link #2297
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...see if other users are on at the time?
You might also want to have a look at your contacts list; similar to the list Daniel E. mentioned, but less cluttered and only for users you designate as contacts.
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Old 2008-12-05, 20:59   Link #2298
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You might also want to have a look at your contacts list;
Thanks for the link
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Old 2008-12-06, 09:52   Link #2299
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Question:I am looking for an anime screen of Tessa in Full Metal Panic? Fumoffu(anime), but i can't remember which chapter it is from. Back then i didn't watch this anime in order, and it was a long time ago so can't remember a single thing now (do not have the series here to rewatch as well).

Anyone remember which Ep(s) have the most of Tessa's appearance

I put the same question on FMA thread, but realise not that many visit that sub-forum anymore. I also searched around some anime sites but couldn't find any episode's summary in those.
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Old 2008-12-06, 13:44   Link #2300
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It would be the two episodes with title A Goddess Comes to Japan...
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