A short making-of video for Doraemon's first 3D CG film, Stand By Me Doraemon, has begun streaming on its official website. The process of rendering the CG animation was featured in this short video.
In 1969, Doraemon was created through the creative minds of the duo Fujimoto Hiroshi and Abiko Motoo or as we all know, Fujiko Fujio. It is a story of a robotic cat who was sent by a boy from the future to help his unfortunate grandfather, Nobita. Together with their friends, they take adventures with everyday childhood issues, solve and at the same time, cause problems with the help of the gadgets in Doraemon's fourth-dimensional pocket. Aside from that, they also take journeys through time and space.
In-charge of the 36th Doraemon film after doing a collaborations with Japan's first feature-length 3D CG anime film, Friends: Mononoke Shima no Naki are the 49-year-old Yamazaki Takashi (Returner, Always: Sunset on Third Street, Ballad, Space Battleship Yamato) with 48-year-old Yagi Ryuichi (Pénélope tête en l'air line director, Moyashimon 3D CG director). In fact, it was Yamazaki who wrote the film's screenplay.
The film has opened in Japanese theatres on August 8th.
via Anime News Network
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