I used to be a pretty normal teenager.
I loved anime.
I was into everything, from anime to video games.
In the early 2000s, I started playing with my friends, making video games in my spare time.
It was pretty normal.
Then, in 2007, I got a call from my employer: They were interested in hiring me to make anime videos.
I had never been to an anime convention before, so I was scared.
I hadn’t even attended a convention.
It wasn’t like I had no experience, but I was a little nervous.
I asked for a list of all the shows I had been watching, and they didn’t have them.
The only shows they had were the shows that were available at conventions.
The show I had in mind was “The Idolmaster,” a show that I had seen on TV and in movies.
The producer had asked me to put it together in one week, and I was terrified.
I couldn’t believe I was getting paid to do this.
It would be the first time in my life I would be working for a large corporation.
My manager and I got to work, and the rest is history.
Since then, I have made millions.
And now I’m about to make even more.
I’m going to tell you all about it.
The first part of this article is a guide for those new to anime production.
The next part will help you get started.
You’ll learn how to: choose the right anime series and series characters