It premiered on July 18, on the Rooster Teeth website, and episodes were later uploaded to YouTube and streaming websites such as Crunchyroll. Nine seasons, referred to as "Volumes", have been released. The seventh volume started on November 2, and contains 13 chapters. As of October 6, at New York Comic Con, volumes eight and nine were announced, with the fact that the eighth volume had already started production. Before the premiere of Volume 1, four trailers were released: the "Red", "White", "Black", and "Yellow" trailer, each focusing on one of the series' protagonists. They are a prelude to the main story and act as an introduction to both the main characters and world of RWBY.
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I Talk About RWBY's Production & Other Neat Stuff - RWBY - Volume 6, Chapter 5 Production Analysis
The previous production analysis for volume 6 ended on a note pointing out how there were less names in the animation department section of of ending credits of chapter 4 compared to prior episodes. A similarly-presented panning shot and blocking between characters to highlight the reveal of one of them , among other things are signs that Rachel Doda either did the boards or the camera layout for the setup of the scene and probably even the fight itself. Okay, now to finally address the elephant in the room. Neo is back and in a redone character model no less! Of all the characters to have had a recurring appearance into the show, she has by far been given the most unconventional approach.
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Hello Everybody!! This time, we'll take a look at the fights of Volume 3. Like always, it will also be based on my opinion, but will be fairly aligned with the fandom's suggestions.
Part 3 of this blog series will be touching on one animator that has been involved in one volume and another that has worked on every volume thus far. In the industry of animation, you have two types of artists; those who are part of a studio for an indefinite period of time and those who are freelancers, offering a hand in a given project for a limited time. One big example is the general way characters are animated. Another nuance about Dillon Gu is his application of camerawork.