How is Japanese anime processed?
some animes are drawn by hand then scanned into the computer for editing and putting some details, some are drawn in the computer, then they animate it, just like several pieces of paper that are flipped thouroghly (i think)
Anime is technically the Japanese word. The word began as "animation" from English. When it went over to Japan, the word condensed to "anime" (because Japanese like to condense words). The word began to be used for what we know anime today as. Then, the Japanese animations, now called "anime" crossed over to the US and other countries. Therefore, Anime is technically Japanese, but also English :P
No, it does not have to be Japanese but... Japanese dubbed is genuine for most animes edit: anime has always been a passion for the Japanese and most animes these days are being produced by people in japan and personally, i think that Japanese subbed animes sound better than English dubbed animes. http://myanimelist.net/profile/XAnImEzLoVeRX > Anime is distinctively a Japanese product with cultural references exclusively Japanese .
Anime started in early 20th century in Japan when the Japanese experimented on animation techniques. The Japanese used animation to show live-action storylines. By 1970s, manga (Japanese comics) were getting popular and anime production companies decided to turn them into live-action animation, thus creating anime.
Japanese anime has many different species. Fighting, mmagic, school, funny, spirit, etc. Fighting anime has more amounts in Japanese anime. MOBILE SUIT GUNDAM is the most famous one. Magic anime is the main theme of fantasy literature; it can make people to feel mysterious. Most school anime has the vitality of youth, is the incarnate of friendship. Funny anime is always humor and funny. Its style is usually exaggerated and relaxed. Spirit anime often is…