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Aikatsu! (TV) : Color setting
Armored Trooper Votoms Case;Irvine (OAV) : Color Key
Attack on Titan (TV) : Finish Animation, Finish Check Assistance
Code Geass: Akito the Exiled (OAV) : Color setting, Finish Check
Happy Lesson Advanced (TV) : Digital Paint
Love Live! School idol project (TV) : Digital Paint
Naruto (TV) : Digital Color (JEM JAPAN; eps 7, 13, 37)
Natsuiro Kiseki (TV) : Color Key, Finish Animation, Finish Check
SD Gundam Sangokuden Brave Battle Warriors (TV) : Color design
Sonic X (TV) : Digital Paint
Space Brothers (TV) : Color Key, Finish Animation (Studio Comet)
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