Shuuhei Yabuta points out that the anime industry needs quality management

Shuuhei Yabuta points out that the anime industry needs quality management

Shuuhei Yabuta, 3D animation director in projects such as Shingeki No Kyojin (Attack on Titan), no Game No Life and CEO of Vinland Saga, published a series of updates on Twitter noting that there is currently no "Quality Management System" It validates that an animation project "complies with a series of minimum requirements to be considered from sufficient quality to be issued on television and distribution networks."

«The television channels or any other distribution service can not determine the quality of the anime title. And the creation studies play an important role in supporting the creators, but not even that is the decisive factor to determine the quality of the episode, "he wrote. "Even in such a dynamic industry that produces as many anime titles every year, unfortunately no system has been established to stabilize quality or a business model to invest in studies and creators," he added.

"If today you have encountered a wonderful episode of anime, I think the lucky meetings of the creators and the unconditional passion of some of them are due to the lucky encounters. I'm not a pessimist, nor am I surrendering. Just in case, "she concluded. One of the followers of him asked him: "If you were in charge, what changes would you introduce in the business model to avoid the exhaustion of personnel and maintain quality? Maybe I'll finish the programs completely before the emission window? Pass the remuneration of the animators to a time-wheel base? " Yabuta replied: "The fundamental problem is that the industry has not been able to thoroughly analyze how quality affects business results. I believe that the possibility of achieving a planned success that is not casual will determine the investment that the titles will receive in the future. "

Shuuhei Yabuta also responded to a follower who asked him about rumors who ensure that animators are being poorly paid in Japan: "To answer this question clearly, creators need to discuss more. Is it "a reward consistent with work" or "a job in accordance with the budget"? There is no doubt that we are not required to work, but it is also true that we can not give up quality. " In the latter, Yabuta refers to that there is a dilemma of itself salaries are low because the quality of animations in general (that one or two series each season have good animation does not make any difference) is deficient, or if the Quality of animations in general is deficient because salaries are low. What should be repaired first?

Source: Official Twitter Account

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