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From KCG 74,000 people around the world are fluent in anime! CG Ani Cup EU wins

The Agency for Cultural Affairs Media Arts Human Resource Development Support Project by KCG Group and Doga Co., Ltd. “CG Ani Cup 2012 Japan × EU × Taiwan Friendly Match” and “24th CG Animation Contest Winning Film Screening” (Danish Embassy / KYOTO CMEX Sponsorship, Google Dwango cooperation) was held at Kyoto Computer Gakuin Kyoto Station School on October 27 (Sat).A large number of CG and anime fans from all over the country gathered in KCG and distributed online, and more than 74,000 people around the world enjoyed a big event of anime.The EU team won the friendly match in which the representatives of Japan, the EU, and Taiwan compete for the quality of the CG animation work.

The CG Ani Cup is a group battle in which amateur CG animation creators from around the world bring together a work compiled in about 10 minutes, form teams by country, and compete for their performance.It consists of 5 works per team, and in the same way as the judo and kendo team battles, the works will be shown in order from "Saiban" to "General", and the producer will add comments.

In this “Japan x EU x Taiwan friendly match”, the Japanese side won the “CG animation contest”, and the EU and Taiwan won the respective contests and won the prestige of the country / region. I was eager to win.The judges will be KCGI's five associate professors, including Lee Jin-jun. In addition to the seven associate judges who will participate through the Internet, winning and losing will be determined based on online voting and the size of applause at the venue.Although there were cases in which the judges, venues, and net evaluations were divided by the great work, the EU team took the top in 3 out of 5 games and won the championship.

Prior to this, the 24th CG Anime Contest-Selected Film Screening, which was not delivered to the representatives of Ani Cup, introduced nine excellent works by Japanese anime creators to entertain the fans. It was.

The contest is the most traditional tournament in Japan for personalized CG animation (personal CG animation), and more than 6000 entries have been submitted so far, producing many top creators active both in Japan and overseas. .

CG Ani Cup 2012 at KCG, 24th CG Anime Contest 
Selected film screening

24th CG Anime Contest & CG Ani Cup
http://www.kcg.ac.jp/event/cganime2012.html

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