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十年后国产动漫是否能崛起?******

原标题:十年后国产动漫是否能崛起?

闲的没事去看悟空问答,找话题来写,看到个这个

网络上大部分人写的评论,都是偏正面向的,或者说没入过行的。

而实际入过行的也懒的说,而我前段时间刚被动画公司开了,但这段时间也掌握的差不多国产动画的局势了,现在就依托这个话题来点评一番。

中国动画十年后是否能赶超日本,我的答案是否的,十年后是否能崛起,我的答案是不知道,但就以现状来看,中国动画五年内不会有前途,形式不变依照这个产业的方向发展,三年内完蛋,十年内如果不做出改变,十年后依然是盘死局。

不仅仅是产业上的问题,也有技术上的问题。

老说中国动画产业不成熟,实际不正确,中国内容文化市场实际非常成熟,甚至都饱和了,的文化内容这块能供中国动画回赚的钱,只有从平台方与投资人,用户不在消费链中。

就单以动画电影那边来看,院线票房起码要3倍左右才能回本,其他的都是亏本,而中国动画目前唯一赚钱的两部《大圣归来》与《大鱼海棠》没了,白蛇不算。

好传动画的老板,曾经做土豆网的人,用了七年把土豆网搞上市,他用了六年做动画电影,好不容易,才稍微起来点。

而唯一周边有钱赚的动画,也就一部《魔道祖师》但他的周边撑死了也就一千万,没了,就一千万而言,还不够动画的制作经费。

文化市场早已保护,而动画的消费水准,既没渠道,用户消费也低,说明白点,中国动画,在牛逼的公司,到目前为止,也一直是在亏钱的,整个行业到目前,就没人能从用户手上赚过钱。

而在技术流程,我们跟日本差距大约有15年,在追个20年说不定能追上,而我们跟迪士尼的差距,我不知道有多少年,大概是这辈子都追不上了,他们用的软件厉害,甚至都自己开发的,国内听都没听过,而且迪士尼那边,有自己的小金库,留得住大神级的人才。

曾经有条新闻,中国公司在日本招人招不到人,直接招作监,导演等。

国内也是直接招个作画监督,日本那边的流程,作监与导演都是一步一步从中割动画爬上去的,没有直接招作监的说法,而我们这边直接招,日本人看见就最大感觉"不专业"而且我在这边好不容易爬上去了,到你哪你就能保证我的前途吗。

中国搞技术最大的毛病,不专业。我去过几家动画公司他们的流程,以及对比中国的流程,最大的感受中国制作,只要把东西做出来就行,日本人那边好几个流程审核,是想尽心尽力的做好的,技术上的发出点就不一样。

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Roundup: U.S. snowboard, Alpine elites gear up for 2022 Beijing Olympics******

By Peter Mertz

COPPER MOUNTAIN, the United States, Nov. 30 (Xinhua) -- Final spots on the U.S. men and women's Alpine, freeski and snowboard squads won't be decided until two December qualifying events, but the core of next year's Beijing 2022 Team USA is forming daily and features a star-studded cast of returning Olympians.

Between Shaun White, Mikaela Shiffrin, David Wise, Chole Kim, Red Gerard and Jamie Anderson, they have already won 11 Olympic gold medals. But this year, these storied Olympians also have become leaders for the younger athletes to follow.

"We've got a group of leaders on the slope who are excellent role models and seriously accomplished Olympians," said Hannah Megan Harrod, U.S. Alpine Ski Team Communications Manager.

This blend of famous Olympic medalists combined with young, upstart talent, could prove a toxic mix against Olympic competition, as the U.S. ski and snowboard team has been pounding the snow since October preparing for the upcoming Beijing Olympiad.

"It's remarkable to see this much talent training here on the mountain," Harrod told Xinhua Monday, of the some 65 Olympic caliber snowboard and skiing professionals who are training at "Copper," located 115 kilometers west of Denver in the heart of the Rocky Mountains.

MEN RIDERS

On the men's side, snowboard fans will be thrilled to see living legend Shaun White, 36, who came out of retirement in 2019 with another Olympic gold medal in his headlights, and upstart Red Gerard, 21.

In 2018, Gerard, then 17, became the youngest American man to win gold since 1928, in slopestyle, at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics.

Gerard, an Ohio native, currently lives 20 kilometers away from Copper in Silverthorne, Colorado where he has his own miniature snowboarding park in his backyard with a rope tow, according to the Aspen Times.

White, the most decorated athlete in the history of snowboarding, is looking for a fourth Olympic gold in the men's halfpipe after winning the event in 2006, 2010 and 2018, and now can add to his legacy by mentoring young talent like Gerard, and especially Toby Miller, another superpipe specialist.

Miller, 21, is "considered by many to be the next big thing in halfpipe snowboarding," trains closely with White and was part of White's entourage at the 2018 PyeongChang Games when White dramatically won gold on his last run, according to Olympics.com.

At Aspen's Winter X Games, White has an astonishing 15 gold medals, five silvers and three bronze medals, but did not compete in the 2021 Games because of a knee injury.

But the hottest young name to enter the circuit is Dusty Hendrickson, only 17, who burst onto the snowboard stage at the 2021 X-Games by grabbing gold in both the slopestyle and knuckle huck events, and is considered the most prominent rising star on the U.S. team.

MEN'S FREESKI

Although David Wise, 31, has taken time away from half pipe skiing to enjoy his two young children, insiders say his three-peat - another halfpipe gold in Beijing - is a rock solid possibility after the Nevada native captured gold at both the 2014 Sochi and 2018 PyeongChang Games.

Another potential podium grabber will be Nick Goepper, the slopestyle/big air skier who took bronze at the 2014 Sochi Games, silver in PyeongChang, and is the favourite to grab gold in Beijing.

Colorado native Aaron Blunck, 25, who has been coming on like gangbusters after a brutal crash a year ago in Switzerland, has this year perfected his "double switch 1440," and is a two-time Olympian and 2017 X-Games gold medalist.

Another veteran is halfpipe skier Alex Ferreira, 27, an Aspen native who took silver at PyongChang in 2018, and has a long list of X-Games medals, first climbing the podium in 2014 with a bronze medal when he was 19.

WOMEN RIDERS

"Our female athletes are definitely our foundation of success and driving our team forward," Harrod said.

The three superstar women's names are Mikaela Shiffrin, Chloe Kim and Jamie Anderson.

On Sunday in Vermont, Shiffrin tied the record for World Cup wins in a single discipline with her 46th slalom victory, prevailing at the circuit's lone stop in the U.S. in Killington, for a fifth straight time.

"Shiffrin has won all five Killington World Cup slaloms, and tied legendary Swede Ingemar Stenmark's record for career World Cup wins in a single discipline with 46 victories," NBC said.

Shiffrin, with the fastest second run, prevailed by .75 of a second over Slovakian rival Petra Vlhova, who bested an ailing Shiffrin in two World Cup slalom runs in Finland two weeks ago.

The 26-year-old Alpine speed specialist, known for her rigorous work schedule, is the biggest American women's name on USA's downhill speed team since Lindsey Vonn.

Shiffrin and Paula Moltzan, who took seventh at Killington last weekend, lead the American Alpine team against formidable European opposition.

Chloe Kim is back in fiery form after breaking her ankle in 2019 and taking a year off competitive snowboarding to focus on her studies at Princeton University, according to Forbes.

At the 2018 Winter Olympics, Kim became the youngest woman to win an Olympic snowboarding gold medal when she won the halfpipe at 17 years old.

Kim, now 21, was called one of Time Magazine's top 100 Influential People in 2018, is a six-time X Games gold medalist, and the first woman to win two gold medals in snowboarding at the Winter Youth Olympic Games.

Another American snowboarder to watch is Maddie Mastro, 21 who took silver at the 2021 World Championships in Aspen, and is "on the heels of Chloe Kim, with a good rivalry going on," noted Harrod.

While White has amassed more snowboarding metals than anyone in the history of the sport, fellow American Jamie Anderson is poised to surpass the celebrity legend in Beijing if she wins her two events.

Anderson, 31, is looking for a snowboard slopestyle "three-peat" as a two-time gold medalist in 2014 and 2018, the latter feat making her the first female snowboarder to win more than one gold medal, according to the Huffington Post.

At Aspen's X Games, Anderson was the most decorated woman in X Games history, amassing 18 gold medals, five silver, and two bronze during her storied career, according to Olympics.com.

"At this stage in her career, Jamie Anderson knows she doesn't have anything to prove," The Huffington Post said last month.

ALPINE MEN

One of the most compelling Olympic stories is that of Alpine skier Ryan Cochran-Siegel, 29, who broke his neck after a crash in January, 2021, in Kietzbuehel Austria, less than one month after NBC sports called him "USA's Great Hope" after he had demolished international competition by winning the World Cup competition in Italy at the end of December.

Cochran-Siegel, 29, a Vermont native and son of 1972 Olympic slalom champion Barbara Corcoran, had his C7 fused in the beginning of February, and returned to competitive skiing by May. "He's one to watch," Harrod said.

Experts say Cochran-Siegel is nearing his peak world class form again, making him "even more eager to get to the Beijing Olympics," the Seattle Times reported last month

On the men's Alpine team, young "prodigy" River Radamus, 23 has his pick of seasoned veteran role models with three time olympian Steven Nyman, 39, Tommy Ford, 32, Bryce Bennett, 34, and Travis Ganong, 29.

The American men's Alpine country stores will have a difficult task breaking into the ranks of French, Swiss and Austrian downhillers, who have dominated world competition in recent years.

And in cross-country skiing, Jessie Diggins won America's first ever gold medal in 2018, and is training hard to repeat her gold medal performance, an unprecedented achievement in a sport dominated by Scandinavian and European skiers. Enditem

Japan's Nikkei closes at 15******

Tokyo stocks closed sharply lower Thursday, with the benchmark Nikkei stock index falling to a 15-month low as investors offloaded issues amid concerns over the Ukraine issue.

The 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average dropped 478.79 points, or 1.81 percent, from Tuesday to finish at 25,970.82, marking its lowest closing level since November 20, 2020.

Markets here were closed on Wednesday for a national holiday.

The broader Topix index of all First Section issues on the Tokyo Stock Exchange, meanwhile, lost 23.50 points, or 1.25 percent, to close at 1,857.58.

Local brokers said that losses were extended from the morning and the market tumbled in the afternoon on reports about the situation in Ukraine.

They added that concerns were now rife that energy costs could soar, as prices for crude oil surged due to the likelihood of disruption of supplies from Russia.

"The Nikkei seems to have fallen to its bottom relative to its valuations and domestic corporate earnings. Investors will now look at how the Ukraine situation affects the real economy and central bank reactions to it," Ikuo Mitsui, fund manager at Aizawa Securities, was quoted as saying.

Other strategists said the market could fall even further over uncertainties over the Ukraine situation, as investors will switch out of riskier assets like stocks and into safe havens.

"Market participants turned risk-averse following the reports. As uncertainties remain over the situation, the Nikkei index could lose further ground following new developments," Shingo Ide, chief equity strategist at NLI Research Institute, said.

Ide added that investors are "worried that higher energy prices could cool the economy. Another concern is that the US Federal Reserve may tighten its monetary policy drastically to battle a possible rise in inflation."

By the close of play, air transportation, rubber product and glass and ceramics issues comprised those that declined the most, and issues that fell outpaced those that rose by 1,294 to 824 on the First Section, while 64 ended the day unchanged.

Rubber product-linked issues extended losses on fears of higher raw materials costs, with Bridgestone skidding down 5.4 percent, while Yokohama Rubber reversed 4.7 percent by the close.

Technology-oriented issues followed their US peers lower, with Screen Holdings and industrial robotics maker Fanuc both dropping 5.4 percent. SoftBank Group, meanwhile, ended the day 6.8 percent lower.

Heavily-weighted Nikkei component Fast Retailing, owner of the Uniqlo chain of casual clothing stores, weighed on the broader market, relinquishing 3.8 percent.

Oil explorers gained on surging prices for crude oil, however, with Japan Petroleum Exploration climbing 4.1 percent, while Inpex soared 7.2 percent.

On the main section on Thursday, 1,594.12 million shares changed hands, rising from Tuesday's volume of 1,138.93 million shares.

The turnover on the penultimate trading day of the week came to 3,628.10 billion yen (US$ 31.62 billion).

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