How To Make Your OWN Anime? - FIND OUT HOW!
How to Write Anime
Do you like anime and the great ideas to be found in anime? Ever wish you can make your own anime where you can put your imagination into it? Possibly, publish it? This is the article for you! Look below on how to get started. Notice: This article is for the shonen-anime fans!
Think of your main characters.This makes the story help it move on. So if you can't think of what to add next in your story, make a main character need assistance!
Decide the main character's personality.Will he be a stereotypical boy? Or a stereotypical girl? Will he / she be simple minded? Or will he / she be clever and cunning. This adds a tap to your story.
Leave a hint at the beginning!Have you ever watched Naruto? In the early episodes, they leave the smallest hints you couldn't even give the main interest at.. and they add it as a part of the story! So leave one sentence like if an evil person is saying "He's detached" and in the middle-between-end of the story, an old guy might be detached from his powers. Don't do this too much, or the reader won't be surprised!
Add villains!Who are they, what is there purpose? Who has fought / challenged them? If your character is innocent, make the villain opposed; the villains should be clever. If your character is clever, still keep the villains how they are. Hey, sometimes the villains might work for someone stronger than them. Add twists to your Anime. Remember, villains make the plot.
Think of your title.It adds a touch if you reference the title in your story. For example, if there's a story called "One Death Angel", the protagonist (main character) might say "I am the One and Only Death Angel!"
You'll need to think this at the end, it's a nice way to see your final progress...
Give a twistwhen thing go right that way the reader would be more interested to know what happens next, but remember not to overdo it
QuestionWhen writing an anime, can I have my main character be the villain?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYes. That would make a very interesting anime.Thanks!
QuestionHow long does it have to be?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerAs long as you want it to be. If you've watched "Final Fantasy XL Brotherhood," there's only one episode.Thanks!
QuestionHow many main characters can you have without overdoing it?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIt doesn't matter. Look at anime shows such as "Soul Eater" and the Naruto franchise. "Soul Eater" had many memorable characters that could and could not be the main character, and "Naruto" is full of them as well.Thanks!
QuestionI know how to use my imagination, but sometimes other anime comes into my mind and I end up using some of the ideas. Is this a good thing to do?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerIt's good to use other anime for inspiration. It's not good, however, to copy the whole idea -- that's plagiarism. You can use some ideas, but make sure you put your own twist on them.Thanks!
QuestionWhen I make an anime, do I need to have a lot of people helping me?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou will need a writer and a couple of co-writers, a team of animators, a boatload of voice actors, and a producer/crowdfunding.Thanks!
QuestionWhat is the best website to use?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerTo post, consider Newgrounds, YouTube, or another video sharing site that lets you build a community.Thanks!
QuestionI want to add Sepharoph into my anime, can I do that? My OC is married to him in the story.wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerYou can add anything or anyone you want to your anime. But if the character is copyrighted, you will probably need to give credit to the creator.Thanks!
QuestionDo I have to be able to speak and write Japanese to write a manga?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerNo, but it wouldn't hurt to include some Japanese language for the sake of authenticity.Thanks!
QuestionWhat are good names for characters in anime?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerSince anime has its origins in Japan, most characters in anime have Japanese names. Ultimately it is your decision since it is your own creation, but keep in mind most readers have an expectation of a name that sounds Japanese.Thanks!
QuestionWhen a person makes an M.C., do they always have to turn out to be the strongest?wikiHow ContributorCommunity AnswerNo. Please don't do that. That's just making them a Mary-Sue (or Gary-Stu, if your character is male).Thanks!
Say you get your story finished, what should you do next? What companies would be good to try to get the attention of? And does it help to have some minor art of the main character to draw the attention of someone possibly interested in your work?
- You can ask a publisher to view it and actually make it a manga.. possibly an Anime! Hope is always good.
- Don't always make your characters "The Chosen One". Sometimes those get too old. Make them adventurers and train (opinion)! Also, don't always make them human!
- Sometimes, Anime don't have happy-endings. They can be to-be-continued.. or all the main characters dead and the villains survive. Think, think, think!
- Think of events. What would you want in your story? Festivals, games, or dances?
- If you want to portray the feelings of the character and you can't think of anything, try putting yourself in that character's shoes.
- You can use music while thinking on your character.
- Getting inspiration from other anime/manga can help a lot too. But don't totally rip off everything from it, it's okay to take a little inspiration from a character you like and add it to yours. Like traits of looks for example.
- Try telling a story that has never been seen or heard before. Make sure your viewers don't have the feeling of 'I saw that coming or I knew it' because they might think you are not creative enough and that's the worst case scenario.
- Have fun! This is all about your creativity and imagination!
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