Do any of you ever think that anime artist/writers get so overly attached to the characters to the point that they just don't want to see them go? Don't get me wrong, but I'm well aware of the business aspect of the whole industry, but sometimes I wonder...
japanese animation studios are basically factories, so no.
For anime, no. But some manga does make me think that. First one that ever made me think that Hiroyuki Takei with anna being in two different series.
It's a cash cow if your work was loved like Dragonball.
That's a really pretty picture.
I can imagine Anno doing that.
I do believe Anno's messed up enough to get "attached" to one of his charactes. In fact, I believe he somewhat molded her into his dreamgirl by making her mysterious, vegetarian, etc.
Are you talking about Sadamoto, because I for one think he should go with a Rei ending.
I thought his girl friend was like Asuka, which is why he paired her with Shinji in the end.
how do you get attached to a character with no personality?
There's no personality so your brain fills in the rest, somehow this morphs them into your dream girl.
I don't think someone has to be "messed up" to get attached to their characters, per se...
While reading "Crime and Punishment," I got the distinct impression that Dostoevsky was attracted to most of his female characters. So I definitely think it's possible, but it is probably more likely in printed media, which one person largely produces by himself.
Well you have to put in some considerable effort to come up with interesting characters.
You're basically patting a piece of yourself into the story.
Perhaps the person in charge of writing, but probably not much beyond that.
Nope never seen any of that occurring before...
i am going to save that picture
i am going to save it so hard
Get the fuck out Jesus, if we had a fi... oh nevermind.
darker than black episode 4, the writer run away with the script, must be that thingie....