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MessageSujet: Interview de Oda   Mar 6 Oct - 16:32

Voilà, j'ai trouvé cette Interview de Oda qui avais déjà été postée mais qui est un peu tombée dans l'oubli donc j'ai trouvé intéressant de la ressortir pour ceux qui ne l'aurait pas encore lue. Smile

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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Mar 6 Oct - 20:17

merci !
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Mar 6 Oct - 20:41

:merci: c'est cool, ca me donne + envie de m'investir dans ce metier en tant que Pro. Mon reve c'est d'etre le meilleurs dessinateur de mangas francais a pouvoir réellement rivaliser avec les grand dessinateur Japonnais et j'espère vraiment y arriver en tout cas merci "Oda" et aussi celui qui m'a donné envie de parcourrir cette voie depuis ma tendre enfance "Akira Toriyama".
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Mar 6 Oct - 20:57

Merci^^ je ne l'avais pas lu la première fois donc un grand merci Very Happy
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Mar 6 Oct - 22:31

merci beaucoup :merci: :merci: tres interessente cette interview
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Mar 6 Oct - 23:01

:merci: :merci: très intéressant
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Jeu 8 Oct - 9:54

Merci, c'est très intéressant.
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Jeu 8 Oct - 14:44

:merci: :merci: :merci:
je l'avais lu ya un moment mais ça fait jamais de mal de la relire ^^
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Jeu 8 Oct - 15:32

Merci.
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Jeu 8 Oct - 16:00

Un grand homme ce Oda ! Je l'ai jamais imaginé comme ca !

Cimer mec ! pour le post !

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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Jeu 8 Oct - 16:02

Très interessante cette interview.
C'est très drôle de voir les choses que Oda avait concocté depuis le tout début quasiment (genre Brook dans l'équipage).
Plusieurs petites choses intéressantes également quand on essaye de lire entre les lignes :
- Déja Oda nous dit qu'il n'en est qu'à la moitié du manga et il d'après ce qu'il dit, on a l'impression même que la deuxième partie du manga (dans le nouveau monde) sera plus longue que la première partie...... Ca laisse réveur, Oda aura 80 balais et nous 70 quand le manga se terminera (je connais pas vraiment l'âge d'Oda)
- Deuxièmement, il dit qu'il avait prévu de faire la partie "recrutement de l'équipage" en 1 et demi et que la série ne dure pas plus de 5 ans au départ. Comme il suit quand même plus ou moins son fil conducteur de départ, normalement Oda a du conserver l'idée de "1ère partie du manga, recrutement de l'équipage et 2ème partie, ??mystère??", ce qui veut dire comme on entre dans la 2ème partie du manga (enfin je le ressens comme ça en tout cas), qu'il n y aurait plus de nouveau membre d'équipage, ce qui est d'ailleurs logique, parce que pour l'instant entre sauver son frère et retrouver tous ses nakamas, Luffy a mieux à faire que de recruter encore quelqu'un. Et en plus avec le musicien, Luffy a tout ce qu'il lui faut sur son navire.



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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Jeu 8 Oct - 19:03

Merci pour cette interview vrament super ^^
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Jeu 8 Oct - 22:08

Merci beaucoup pour cette interview d'Oda Wink

Mais suis-je le seul à être interloqué quand je vois que c'est une femme qui double Luffy dans l'anime japonais ? Je trouve cela étrange, pouvez-vous m'éclairer sur ce point ?
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Ven 9 Oct - 19:21

Rarissim a écrit:
Merci beaucoup pour cette interview d'Oda Wink

Mais suis-je le seul à être interloqué quand je vois que c'est une femme qui double Luffy dans l'anime japonais ? Je trouve cela étrange, pouvez-vous m'éclairer sur ce point ?

Moi aussi j'ai pas trop compris pourquoi c'est une femme meme si la voix va trop bien avec le perso et que ca fait pas dutout une voix de femme quand on voit par exemple Luffy parler sérieusement.
Le seul truck que je sais c'est que cette femme a fait aussi la voix de Krilin(DBZ), apparament elle a doublé que des personnages masculins.
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Sam 10 Oct - 0:49

Et ben, merci pour cette interview d'oda super intérressante.

A propos de la doubleuse de luffy, j'ai dans le souvenir que sangoku,naruto et effectivement luffy sont doubler par des femmes, ainsi que les enfants et ados en général.d'ailleurs, voici une vidéo assez instructive. Je trouve les doubleurs japonais vraiment impliquer dans leur persos.


Pour ceux qui se demande, c'est le film 10.
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Sam 10 Oct - 1:01

lol sa le fais trop ^^ la vidéo
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Sam 10 Oct - 12:36

Si on pouvait avoir une vidéo du doublage français, on verrais qu'ils ont tous une tronche d'enterrement et un air las.

Les japonais s'implique fantastiquement bien dans leurs rôles cheers
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Sam 10 Oct - 13:37

Merci pour cette interview de Oda sensei cheers
Et pour le doublage de Luffy c'est pas trop étonnant que ce soit une femme qui le double car dans les Shonen c'est souvent des femmes qui doublent le héros du manga car ce sont souvent des adolescents les héros donc ils ne faut pas qu'ils aient une voix trop grave. D'ailleurs dans la version française de One Piece c'est aussi une femme qui double Luffy Smile
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Lun 12 Oct - 0:57

Y'a pas de quoi être choqué, beaucoup de voix de personnages masculins sont fait par des femmes.

Ex : Goku, Naruto, Sacha ( pokémon ) et d'autres dont j'ai oublié ...

Sinon à part ça, merci pour l'interview et merci pour la magnifique video, on vois vraiment qu'ils y mettent du coeur, pas comme les doubleurs Français ... lol!
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Lun 12 Oct - 19:05

A force de voir la vodtfr on ne se rend même plus compte que ce sont des vrais personnes.
J'ai même eu l'impression que c'était Luffy et ses nakamas qui doublaient les doubleurs !!!
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Lun 12 Oct - 19:11

bah c'est un vieux bordellique qui met la moitié de son boulot au feeling... d'ou je commence a comprendre le fait que ca ait pris du temps pour que le manga devienne réellement intéressant et qu'on y voit une évolution et une maturité grandir de plus en plus au fil des tomes... il grandit avec son manga et ca se voit ^^

sinon pour brook moi je dis "heureusement" lol s'il a bien du faire une chose avant de commencer son manga c'est de prévoir tous les héros "potentiels" ^^ ainsi que les grandes têtes d'affiches et un répertoire de FDD Very Happy

bah sinon j'ai quand même deja vu plus investi que lui mais son manga tient bien la route c'est le principal (chose très dur visiblement vu que c'est le seul à y arriver ^^)
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MessageSujet: nouvelle interview de Oda   Mar 15 Déc - 11:59

Voici donc une nouvelle interview de Mr Oda sensei ...
il est en anglais, si quelqu'un pourait le traduire, ce sera tres tres coool ...

-It’s exactly 10 years since the animated series began and on December 12th the 10th movie will debut so to begin, you handled the story this time around, how was it?

- At first I outright refused. I’m the kind of guy who can only take care of one thing at a time so to deal with both the comic and a story was just impossible. I know that about myself best so I asked them to let me off the hook but the producer who’s been good to me in the past wouldn’t give in so I explained my terms and said that if Mr. Children did the main theme then I’d do it. (laughs)

- So that probably made your your already packed workload for the serialization even more difficult right?

- I thought I was gonna die for sure. Even just dealing with the drafts of the serialization, there are other jobs that come in and the movie filled all of that up to the point where I was just thinking about it day in and day out. It even opened up a few gaps in the serialization and there wasn’t much left of me after the whole thing. That’s why I made a declaration to the movie staff that nothing like this would ever happen again. In exchange for that, I made absolutely sure this film will be a smash. I told them that’s the only thing they can expect me to be responsible for. I guarantee the excitement of this film.

- It’s been 12 years since the serialization began and in that sizeable chunk of time, the tension has never once let up, it’s only gotten increasingly more exciting. Is there some trick to how you keep your readers thirsty for more?

- I don’t think there’s any trick to it. If you’ve got a serialization that runs a good number of years, then your readers are going to become adults and there was actually a time when I worried that they might drift away. But then on the other hand, when I realized that means there are children being born too so if you don’t drift off target and aim straight then you just need to hold onto the reality that while you might lose some readers, they will always be replaced and that helped me come to terms with the situation. If you just believe in continuing to draw what you think is interesting, new readers will come and sometimes there are even cases where people who stopped reading for a while, will come back.

- Why made you think about writing a pirate story from the start? Is there some work that influenced you to that end?

- I don’t know if it was an influence as much as it was just a starting point but that would be the animated series ‘The Little Viking Bikke’. When I saw that, from that point on ‘adventure’ simply became synonymous with ‘pirates’ to me. Actually, I always wondered why people weren’t writing about pirates. I thought if I drew pirate stuff it would let me draw a grand adventure.

- And oh how grand it is. You even had a ship fly through the air.

- Anything’s possible. I set it up so that the impossible is the norm on Grand Line so I can do whatever I want. The weather is hazardous, the sea is rough, there aren’t many ways for people to come and go as they please, so it isn’t that strange if you’ve got these cultures independent of each other. For example, if I wanted to write about some kind of school drama story, all I’ve gotta do is draw a School Island. I can go about my own way as I please because of how I set it up so anything can happen.

- Before you began serialization, did you have most of the plot decided?

- Nope, I didn’t have much. Just the ending.

- Huh? You know the ending? [Bad interviewer. Baaaaad. No biscuit!]

- Yeah I know it. So however crazy I make it now, all I’ve gotta do is reach that point and if I do that, everything will be fine.

- I don’t want to push too hard so I won’t ask anything beyond this but do you think it would be safe to consider the ending a long way off?

- Since it’s already decided, there’s a part of me somewhere that wants to hurry up and draw the last image but in reality, I don’t think that will be for a long time. Because, I want to think about how I handle each of my characters appropriately, I don’t want to just throw away a pawn just to set up a checkmate, if I just think about writing in the moment, it’s bound to get long no matter what. Recently the crew has grown in number again and even when just one thing happens, I wind up wanting to draw all of their reactions so that takes even more time. But wanting to portray each individual character’s story like that that is something readers sympathize with me for so I just don’t want to overdo it. So when that happens no matter what I do it just ends up getting longer.

- One Piece can really be a tear-jerker.

- I didn’t think about myself as that kind of author. Mainly because I loved drawing action scenes. That’s something I realized about myself only after serialization began. That’s typical me.
- Have you ever been writing and started to cry yourself? [Bad interviewer! BAD! In the cage!]

- Yes definitely. Other people’s work doesn’t make me cry, but my own work makes me fall apart. (laughs) Probably because I think so hard about it.

- Now there are 56 volumes out and whenever I read it this always amazes me but with material so much material it’s remarkable how tightly woven the story is.

- Yeah, I’m pretty good aren’t I. (laughs) Of course I handle it on a very minute scale but when I look back on some things, there are just some things that have worked out miraculously all by their own. But I don’t want to disappoint anyone so I don’t really talk about those things. (laughs) I think that’s even more impressive than the things I actually intended.

- When you’re drawing are there any rules for yourself with respect to things you absolutely will not do?

- I like to draw party scenes. So I don’t want to draw anything that would ruin that atmosphere. And this is a manga for boys so I won’t draw anything about relationships. I get a lot of letters from female readers asking me to cover some kind of relationship but if that’s what you want to read, go read a girl’s manga, that’s not my job. I don’t care if someone falls for Luffy, but it’s something that would be over before you know it. But knowing Luffy, I don’t think that kind of thing would be a problem. (laughs)

- When you were 17 the short comic WANTED! Won 2nd Place in the Tezuka Awards but when did you first want to be a manga author? [BAD interviewer! Get in the basement! Git!]

- It’s something I had already decided by the time I was four. My dad went to the company and worked and my mom stayed at home and did chores. I thought being an adult meant doing those kinds of things but at one point, I learned that there were people who could make a living drawing pictures and it seems that I actually said, “That’s what I wanna be.”

- When you got the Tezuka award did you think you had already made the big time?

- There was definitely a part of me that thought I could instantly go to the top. I took manga too lightly back then. Cause I was stupid. (laughs) I thought if I could get that far with just that kind of work, it would be smooth sailing, so I made the pilgrimage to Tokyo and from that moment, everything came crashing down. No matter how many sketches I handed in, none of them got approved. Back then I had way too much pride in my own work, to the point where I would read someone elses’ work all the while thinking that my own was more interesting. I was a real piece of work back then. But, thankfully, I came to realize how much strength I actually lacked and when you do that, you finally see how big the wall in front of you really is. To write an interesting 19 page comic in just one week, one after another, is not something humans are capable of. I now believe that people meant to be manga authors are born into it. And that was a shock. There were times that I fell face-down and wouldn’t be able to move of my own will for a week.

- Did you ever think about giving up on becoming a manga author? [Good interviewer! Gooood boy!]

- Yeah I did actually. It was only once, but I thought to myself, “Well, there’s still time for me to make it as a salary man.” But I was saved by the words of my editor at the time. The two of us were always fighting but one day he said to me, “In all my years, I’ve never seen a guy like you who works so hard but has nothing to show for it.” That brought on the tears. Just those few words put me at ease and I thought about going for it with everything again.

- And so One Piece was born and its popularity spread like wildfire but did you ever think it would be this big?

- Well of course I knew that if I drew pirate stuff it would be interesting but I never thought it would happen that fast. It instantly spread and flared up in popularity. But since many things in this world have a way of vanishing before you know it, it’s pretty scary when I think about it.

- What kind of things about the serialization make you happy?

- Yeah, that’d probably have to be whenever I make a good story. I’m a wreck when I can’t do my job well. I wind up moping if I don’t feel I’ve fully completed a good story. More than just being unable to stand myself, if I don’t think my prints for the previous week went well, I can’t rest until I make up for it the next week. Manga is something that if I fail at, the only way I can make up for it, is with manga. I’m weird that way. (laughs) No matter how busy my private life might get, if I can’t devote time to manga I’ll just end up being frustrated. That’s just who I am. I make it harder for myself.

- So you’re a perfectionist.

- Only towards the comic. I’m really trailing when it comes to my private life. Yet again, I’ve only been home once this year. I’m busy so there’s no choice there really.

- How do you handle your family? [Gooood interviewer! Who wants a treat?]

- They come to stay at the workplace once a week. I have two children and they’re adorable. (laughs) I want to spend more time with them and right now that’s really bugging me. As far as work is concerned that which is ‘cute’, is a nuisance. If it’s your friend or something, and you don’t see them because you’re busy it’s no big deal and they’ll understand but for my kids there’s just no way that applies.

- By the way, what characters do your children like? [Good interviewer! Who’s a cutey?]
- They like Nami-chan. Nami-chan and Chopper. But basically it seems that they like ‘Pretty Cure’ better. And so it is that Pretty Cure is that which stokes the flames of rivalry in my heart. I wanna take Pretty Cure down. (laughs)

- I think you probably hear this question a lot but what Devil’s Fruit would you like to eat? [BAD INTERVIEWER! WE’RE TAKING YOU TO SEE THE MAN IN THE WHITE COAT AGAIN!]

- Purely as the dream of any man, I’d probably like to eat the Suke Suke Fruit. (laughs) But ultimately I’d probably want the Hana Hana Fruit. If I had lots of hands I could do my work much faster.

- It’s a strange way of saying it, but you really love manga don’t you.

- I like it and I also feel like, “Well I started this thing so…”, However, I believe that manga itself should always be ‘The Lord of Killing Time’ so I don’t want to cram any deep messages into it. I just write it as something that should be easy to enjoy, something you can read when you’ve got free time and at best, I’d be happy if it could help students make friends at the start of new semesters. Because that’s what can happen when lots of people read it. If everyone is reading the same manga, it doesn’t matter what school some kid came from, if you’ve got something to talk about in common, then it’s easy to make friends. Something that’s really mysterious about One Piece is that since women read it too, I’ve actually gotten fan letters that tell me mutual fandom has led to marriage. So I’m not really trying to say something about the world, I just think the reason I draw manga, or maybe you could say one of my roles in life, is to connect people.

2 autres interviews :

This is an interview with Kousuke Kitajima from JUMP about his role:

- Could you tell me what kind of impression you were left with when you learned it was decided you’d be in the film?

- I love the series so it was both exciting and a bit daunting! During the recording everyone was kind enough to help me along so I was able to enjoy acting.

- Anything in particular you recall about the recording?

- Since he was a Fish Man pirate I tried to think about how to bring out some evilness. During the actual recording the director gave me some advice and thanks to that it was a success.

- The character you portrayed was based on you but what did you think when you saw the design?

- Yeah well I love all the OP characters so I was thrilled to see my very own. Then when I saw it I was like, “Awesome!” They even got some of my characteristics down so it really looks like me.

- What attracts you to One Piece?

- There are so many things I can’t possibly list them all! Whenever I’m not feeling well, or I’m read it between practice, sometimes I even carry it with me for matches overseas. I think OP is probably the only manga that can make you cry every time you read the same story. I like all the characters but someone like Zoro who, even though he’s strong, he never stops training because of his ambition, those are my favorites.

- Finally a message for the readers.

- My heart was beating as fast as when I performed Kitajima as it does when I swim. If I have a chance for an opportunity like this again I’d like to take up the challenge. Please enjoy his part in the film!

And an interview with Sakurai of Mr. Children and Oda from JUMP:

Int- First of all, how did you feel at the time Oda proposed the offer to you?

Sakurai- Well I’d seen previous OP films and thought they were great. And our drummer Suzuki and Bassist Nakagawa, they liked OP to begin with. I was really enthusiastic about it and wanted to do it to see if I could also expand my own limits. So just when we sought to learn some more about the project by asking some questions through the staff, I was given a letter from Oda san. Just as I was reading the letter, I heard the music right there in my head. Just starting with this really high tension, like how Luffy creates a ruckus from time to time, and inside myself I turned that image into a melody. I thought if I connect a feeling of excitement directly the music I’d be able to create the song.

Int- The letter you sent to Mr. Sakurai, can you tell us about it?

Oda- When we talked about the project, we were asked by their side what kind of song would be good and that alone surprised me. So I wrote about the concept of the film, the different kinds of things I wanted in a fun shonen manga film and also that I wanted something really cool. Even so, with OP’s variety of scenes, each person who reads them comes away with a different impression, that’s why I don’t want to interrupt a professional’s work and would prefer to leave what you take out of it, entirely up to you, is what I strongly urged in my reply. I came here thinking about asking how he created the music today but I was surprised by the answer.

Sakurai- I think that letter brought forth the song. (laughs) I’m really thankful for it. I don’t think it’s the kind of song I could just come up with on my own.

Oda- In that letter, from the story behind the film, to the actual events in the film, I wrote exactly how I felt. I thought long and hard about ‘emotion’. At first I was sucked in by the notion of how society seems to have this infatuation with movies and how ‘moving’ or ‘emotional’ they are and when I realized I was readjusting myself to fit that expectation, I couldn’t stand it. So when this first started I thought about going for a story based on emotion but in reality, what we consider ‘moving’ is something born from a swelling of feelings and ever since the start of the main series, I never once aimed at going for a story based solely on dramatic emotions. Then when I started to do that anyway for the film, that eventually led to deep regret in my actions. So I figured, well, I like movies that are cool, and I’m a shonen manga author and I began to realize I should
be writing a story that young boys would love and decided then and there that the theme shouldn’t be ‘emotion’ but ‘excitement’ instead. I thought about the things that made my heart race as a child, the things I really enjoyed back then and wanted to put it all in the film. So that’s why I really want boys to see this movie. That’s what I conveyed in the letter.

Sakurai- When I read the letter and fully understood how cool it was, what you were going for, I was like, “I’m in!”

Int- That same kind of excitement is suitable to Mr. Children’s work isn’t it.

Sakurai- It’s like, even if there’s uncertainty, more than the feeling you get from something you can’t put into words, a story with meaning that can easily be understood provides an outlook that’s more valuable. I began to feel that creeping up on us and just as I was starting to worry about where we should go next, I met with Oda-san. So next time I’d like to believe in the importance of ‘sense’ when facing a new project and that’s what I’m applying to my new projects now.

Int- A word for the readers going to see the film.

Sakurai- I think the images and color are very powerful in this film. They even carry a sense of speed. And although I don’t want to say it’s an emotional film, the ending will hit you pretty hard. (laughs)

Oda- Right after the last scene you mentioned you enjoyed is when fanfare plays and it’s great. This time the film has become a OP experience unlike you’ve ever seen thanks to the remarkable efforts of the staff. Enjoy seeing how miraculously the main theme synchs with it as well. I want you to see this movie.
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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Mar 15 Déc - 13:54

bon j'ai traduit sur google donc c'est pas terrible -_- sinon mon premier message cheers (je compte pas la présentation )

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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Mar 15 Déc - 23:36

Yosh, voici ma « petite » traduction faite maison. Bon je ne suis pas un hyper spécialiste de la traduction donc si des choses semblent bizarres ou incohérent dite le comme cela j’éditerai. Par contre je n’ai fait que la traduction de l’interview d’Oda car vers la fin il y a deux interviews de Mr. Sakurai et de Kousuke Kitajima.
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EDIT : Interview améliorée dans la compréhension grâce à Cat (qui avait fait une bien meilleure traduction Embarassed ).


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MessageSujet: Re: Interview de Oda   Mer 16 Déc - 0:45

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