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motivating anime ?

#1 Post by SinaAzad » Tue Nov 17, 2015 11:43 am

Well , how to start ?
I don't know about you guys ! I'm one of those guys which needs someone/something to push me to continue doing something !
It can be drawing , coding , writing music , playing music , translating or anything lol
Now you could see why I can do most of stuff but im not "good" in doing any one of them -__-

So I basically need some anime suggestions with some inspiring story , something like Saekano , or I will end up making music soon instead of finishing my Vn ! and i need to finish it if i want my A.D in software engineering (the uni had no idea what a VN is :p they think im coding like crazy !)...
The future of My VS is in your hands !

jokes aside they really help me , motivating me to continue working on my vn.


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#2 Post by firecat » Tue Nov 17, 2015 10:50 pm

"he is an ultimate teacher" is very moving, it might start off slow but you see it be something bigger.
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#3 Post by dillodivadus » Wed Nov 18, 2015 1:56 am

Just watch some robot anime. Some people reported that watching 'Gurren Lagann' makes you keep motivated (in bad ways), but whatever, as long it keep you motivated... :D

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#4 Post by Taleweaver » Wed Nov 18, 2015 3:47 am

"Hikaru no Go" comes to mind, the motivating story of a normal teen guy training to become one of the world's best Go players with the help of the ghost of a famous Heian era go master.
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#5 Post by SinaAzad » Wed Nov 18, 2015 2:56 pm

maybe I said it the wrong way , I actually just want some anime with theme of building a game / Vn / anime or manga actually :p are you trying to make me build a robot ? :P
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#6 Post by Sysen » Wed Nov 18, 2015 11:54 pm

I'm surprised no one mentioned
Sakurasou no Pet na Kanojo
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Game Dev, game artist, etc (though it's more into motivational slice of life)

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#7 Post by Kia » Thu Nov 19, 2015 8:22 am

from my point of view watching any kind of anime helps you in storytelling and drawing but they drain your free time dry. if you ask me I'll say: drop everything and get something of your VN done.

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#8 Post by Kkoro » Thu Nov 19, 2015 8:32 am

Gekkan Shoujo Nozaki-kun! Really good comedy about a group who makes a monthly girlsmanga.

But if youre looking for inspiration. Id strongly suggest just observing the world around you. Its harder to get ideas from... other works.
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#9 Post by SundownKid » Thu Nov 19, 2015 8:42 am

I think you will need to find motivation from within yourself. If you just want to make a game because it looked cool in some anime, then you will be struck by the harsh reality and won't want to do it any more. It is essentially work like any other kind of work, a long and miserable slog that is way harder than anyone who isn't a game developer assumes it is, there is really no reason to do it if you aren't incredibly passionate about it and want to see your game made at all costs.

Not to say that it isn't worth doing, but you should push yourself to have the internal drive to want to get better at various things, because if you can't find the motivation to even start, it doesn't bode well for when it REALLY gets stressful and tough.

Personally, seeing ANY well made anime or game gives me motivation for my work. It reassures me that it is something I want to do.

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#10 Post by SinaAzad » Thu Nov 19, 2015 5:22 pm

Thanks everyone , I made a list of the suggested anime names an will look in to them , I could always get more recommendations !

SundownKid wrote:I think you will need to find motivation from within yourself. If you just want to make a game because it looked cool in some anime, then you will be struck by the harsh reality and won't want to do it any more. It is essentially work like any other kind of work, a long and miserable slog that is way harder than anyone who isn't a game developer assumes it is, there is really no reason to do it if you aren't incredibly passionate about it and want to see your game made at all costs.

Not to say that it isn't worth doing, but you should push yourself to have the internal drive to want to get better at various things, because if you can't find the motivation to even start, it doesn't bode well for when it REALLY gets stressful and tough.

Personally, seeing ANY well made anime or game gives me motivation for my work. It reassures me that it is something I want to do.
I can see your point , and It really is my dream to build Visual novels , but as I have to deal with University and people, I usually feel too tired to work on my VN , some times a simple anime would push me forward to pick up my drawing tab and do the job !
It is like listening to J-rock or anime music while working on your Visual novel.
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#11 Post by Kkoro » Thu Nov 19, 2015 7:03 pm

SinaAzad wrote: It is like listening to J-rock or anime music while working on your Visual novel.
Heh. I actually get a lot of inspiration for my VN from One Ok Rock.
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#12 Post by samk28 » Thu May 24, 2018 7:26 am

Try to watch some sports like anime Kuruko No Basket.

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#13 Post by blackJJ » Thu May 24, 2018 8:05 am

"Kare Kano" or "His and Her Circumstances" (anime, manga) really motivating me to keep on studying at college, doing my homework assignments and other tasks.
Miyazawa Yukino is the perfect student. Kind, intelligent, pretty and modest, it's unbelievable that such a person could exist. Little did everyone know Yukino's perfection was just a facade. An act to fulfill her desire for praise and admiration. Her life took a turn however, as a newcomer to their school Arima Soichiro topped the exam rankings. Arima is more than just intelligent, he's also kind, handsome and modest, an unbelievable person who can actually exist. Even worse luck, Arima found out Yukino's secret, blackmailing her to help him out. Their odd relationship soon develops into friendship and eventually into love. But can their love prevail through the many problems that come their way?
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