P.A. Works Streams 1st Promo for Glasslip Anime
posted on by Lynzee Loveridge
Anime studio P.A. Works began streaming the first promotional video for its new, original anime series GLASSLIP on Thursday. The video's background vocals are performed by singer ChouCho, who will perform the series' opening theme.
I won't forget, the summer we met. The place was a little town tucked in between the ocean and the mountains. There, they met a transfer student. The sun is so dazzling, and the fireworks are so fleeting. The summer that will never repeat itself is passing by so fast. A story that starts in summer that six high school students experience.
Text: The daughter of a glass workshop: Tohko Fukami.
Text: A transfer student who came for summer vacation: Kakeru Okikura
Text: A girl currently taking lessons to become a model: Yanagi Takayama
Text: A track team member currently in rehabilitation: Imi Yukinari
Text: A quiet bookworm: Sachi Nagamiya
Text: A helper at the cafe "Kazemichi": Hiro Shirosaki
TV Anime, GLASSLIP. On the other side of the glass, you can see tomorrow.
The story follows six high school students who meet during the summer. The protagonist is Tōko Fukami, a 17-year-old born in Fukui Prefecture. Her dream is to become a glass artisan.
Junji Nishimura (True Tears, Dog Days') is directing the series with Takefumi Anzai (Hanasaku Iroha - Blossoms for Tomorrow episode director) as assistant director. Rika Satou (Tari Tari) and Nishimura are in charge of the series scripts. Miki Takeshita (Red Data Girl, Yuruyuri - Happy Go Lily animator) is designing the characters, and serving as chief animation director. Akito Matsuda (D-Fragments, Dog & Scissors) are composing the music with the label Lantis, and nano.RIPE will perform the ending theme.
Toshie Honda is the art director, while Kōsuke Haruta is the 3D director. Naomi Nakano is the color key artist, and Ayumu Takahashi is editing. Kouji Tsujitani is directing the sound, and Infinite is producing.
The series will premiere in July.
Source: MoCa News
Image © GLASSLIP project
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