Anime (Japanese: ニ メ メ) is a Japanese animation, or animated by a computer by hand. Japan or as a Japanese-disseminated style of animation is often characterized by vibrant color graphics, characters and themes, fantastiques. Possiblement culturally abstract approach with the meaning of the word can open the possibility of anime produced in countries other than Japan . Western watch strictly anime as a Japanese animation product. Some researchers suggest that it defines the anime or specifically how the Japanese quintessence may be linked to a new form of Orientalism.
The first dates of Japanese commercial animation since 1917, and production of Japanese animation since then has continued to increase steadily. The anime style art feature has emerged in the 1960s with the works of Osamu Tezuka and spread to other countries in the late twentieth century, developing a wide national and international audience. Animated films are distributed by television programs directly to the media at home, and online. It is classified in many genres aimed at different audiences wide and niche.
Anime is a diverse art form, with distinctive production methods and techniques that have been adapted over time in response to new technologies. It consists of an ideal narrative mechanism, combining graphic art, characterization, cinematography, and other forms of imaginative and individualistic techniques. Anime production focuses less on motion animation and more on the realism of setting and using camera effects, including pan, zoom and angle shots. Being pulled by the hand, the anime is separated from reality by a critical vacuum in the fiction that provides a convenient way to escape the audience can delve into with relative ease. Different styles of art are used and the proportions of the characters and features can vary widely, including the eyes or the great emotional feature of realistic size.
The anime industry consists of more than 430 production studios, including leading names such as Studio Ghibli, Gainax and Toei Animation. Despite only a fraction of understanding the Japanese domestic market for film, anime is the majority of Japanese DVD sales. He also enjoyed international success after the rise of English programming. This rise in international popularity has led to non-Japanese productions using the anime art style, but this work is generally described as Anime-Influenced instead of anime itself.