It’s the season of Anime!
What better way to kick off this season of the season than with an animated wallpaper.
And when you’ve got a wallpaper that doesn’t look like a real wallpaper, well, that’s what the show is all about!
The anime series “Anime Skateboard” has gotten a lot of love in recent years, and it’s probably a good thing for the world, because this wallpaper isn’t actually a real-life wallpaper.
However, the artwork is done by a guy who calls himself “Aniki”, and he’s a huge fan of the series.
In this post, he shares his process for creating the series’ original animation.
Aniki started working on the series a couple of years ago, and he said that he got inspiration from a few anime videos and anime posters.
He decided to make an animated version of the title character in the series and then added some of his own work.
“I started to create this anime wallpaper, and I thought that if I could do it on a real wall, I would be able to show off the anime artwork.
And then I thought, ‘What would it look like if I made a wallpaper?'”
“I wanted to make the art that the fans would like to see and feel when they watch the show.
That’s what I did.”
So what exactly is Aniki’s process for making this beautiful wall art?
He says that he does it by “moving around the screen a bit”.
For example, he would first “move around the monitor to find the best angle for the anime image.”
Then he’d do that by drawing a “shadow” on top of the image.
This would then give the viewer an idea of what it might look like to actually see the anime.
He then adds some details to the background of the artwork to make it look better, including the “shadow,” which he says is his way of making the animation look more like an animated video.
When it comes to making the anime-inspired wallpaper, Aniki says that the best way to start is to get out your favorite manga or anime, and then go to the anime shop to get the best quality wallpaper possible.
He said that the “Best” part about creating this wallpaper is that he “doesn’t use a computer, but instead draws it on paper.”