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Native name  磯 光雄
Known for  Denno Coil
Name  Mitsuo Iso
Website  IMAGO-IMAGE
Years active  1985-present

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Born  1966Aichi, Japan
Occupation  Anime Director, Animator, Screenwriter
Role  TV series episode screenwriter

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Mitsuo Iso (磯 光雄, Iso Mitsuo, born 1966 in Aichi, Japan) is a Japanese animation director, animator and screenwriter.

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His work mainly includes key animation starting in the late 1980s. Iso is known for his offbeat key animation in the prologue of Gundam 0080, large portions of Asuka's battle in The End of Evangelion and the first half of Ghost in the Shell's tank battle. He also did some design work and worked on visual effects for Blood: The Last Vampire and RahXephon. Iso has co-written an episode of Neon Genesis Evangelion ("Liliputian Hitcher") and wrote, directed, and largely animated the RahXephon episode "The Children's Night". He wrote and directed the 2007 TV series Dennō Coil. In 2016, it was announced he would be involved in the French-Japanese animated feature film Les Pirates de la Réunion.

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Mitsuo Iso is known for his jerky yet detailed animation, full of dense sophisticated motion. He refers to his own style as "full limited". In traditional animation, animation with a drawing count below one drawing every two frames (or "on twos") is considered limited animation. Mixing twos, threes and fours in a balanced form of timing, Iso draws every keyframe without passing his work to an in-betweener, allowing him full control to create the most detailed motion possible with a balanced and efficient number of drawings, hence the term "full limited".

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Awards

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  • The Excellence Award in the Animation Division of the 2007 Japan Media Arts Festival (2007年度文化庁メディア芸術祭アニメーション部門優秀賞)
  • 第7回東京アニメアワードTVアニメ部門優秀賞
  • 第39回星雲賞メディア部門
  • The 29th Nihon SF Taisho Award (第29回日本SF大賞)
  • 第13回アニメーション神戸個人賞

  • Mitsuo Iso Satria Hiroyuki Kitakubo amp stuff Ani no Miyako

    References

    Mitsuo Iso Wikipedia


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