If you ask “What makes Ufotable anime so unique?”, any anime fan or creator will likely point towards their digital compositing. Ufotable productions…
If you ask “What makes ufotable anime so unique?”, any anime fan or creator will likely point towards their digital compositing. ufotable productions blend 3D backgrounds, elaborate VFX and 2D animation to create exciting scenes that impress far more than just the sum of their parts. This is the result of the standout ufotable Digital Team and its department chief, Yuichi Terao.
Terao works as the Director of Photography (also known as “compositing director”) for all of ufotable’s anime works today. This, of course, includes the recently released film, Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel I. presage flower, the most visually impressive production by both Yuichi Terao and ufotable as a studio. To learn more about his involvement on ufotable anime and his compositing process, we reached out to him for an interview to learn more about what goes into a film like Fate/stay night: Heaven’s Feel.
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