Osamu Dezaki (, also known as 出﨑 統 Dezaki Osamu, November 18, 1943 – April 17, 2011 ) [1 ] Makura Saki (, 崎 枕, さきまくら Saki Makura) 斉九洋, Matsudo Kan ( or 松戸 完 Matsudo Kan) Yabuki Toru (, was a Japanese 矢吹 徹 Yabuki Toru) director of anime, born on November 18, 1943 in Shinagawa, Tokyo. [2 ] His older brother, [3 ] Satoshi Dezaki, is also an anime director.
Dezaki started out as a manga artist while still in high school. In 1963 he joined
Mushi Production, which was founded by manga and anime pioneer Osamu Tezuka. His made his debut as a director in 1970 with Ashita no Joe. [3 ]
Dezaki was known for his distinct visual style, which makes use of
split screen, stark lighting, and pastel freeze frames that he called "postcard memories", which may be his most famous trademark. They feature a process whereby the screen fades into a detailed "painting" of the simpler original animation. Many of his techniques became popular and came to be seen as special techniques of Japanese animation. He particularly influenced [4 ] Yoshiaki Kawajiri, [5 ] Yoshiyuki Tomino, [6 ] Ryūtarō Nakamura, Kunihiko Ikuhara, [7 ] Akiyuki Shinbo, and [8 ] Yutaka Yamamoto. [8 ]
Desaki died from lung cancer on April 17, 2011, at the age of 67.
Anime television series [ edit ]
Astro Boy Animator and Episode Director
, 悟空の大冒険 Goku no Dai-bouken / Great adventure of Goku' (Based on Hsi Yu Chi) Episode Director
, わんぱく探偵団 Wanpaku Tanteidan / Naughty Detective Corps Episode Director
Dororo Episode Director
Ashita no Joe Director, Screenplay, and Episode Director
Lupin the 3rd Storyboard Artist (episodes 7, 13, and 17)
Aim for the Ace! / Ace o Nerae! Director
, ( First Human Giatrus Hajime Ningen Gyatoruz / Giatrus, The Dawn of Mankind') Director
Ganba no Bōken ( ガンバの冒険 Adventures of Ganba) Director and Episode Director
Ganso Tensai Bakabon Episode Director
(based on Ie Naki Ko / Nobody's Child Hector Malot's novel, / Sans Famille Nobody's Boy Director and Episode Director
(based on Takarajima Robert Louis Stevenson's novel: Treasure Island Director
The Rose of Versailles Director (from episode 19 onward)
Tomorrow's Joe 2 Director
Space Adventure Cobra Director (with Yoshio Takeuchi)
Rainbow Brite Joint Director
The Mighty Orbots Director
Bionic Six Director
Visionaries: Knights of the Magical Light Creative Consultant
Oniisama e Director
In the Beginning: The Bible Stories Director
(Based on Hakugei: Legend of the Moby Dick by Moby-Dick Herman Melville) Director
(Based on The Snow Queen by The Snow Queen Hans Christian Andersen) Director and Storyboard Artist
Ultraviolet: Code 044 Director, Screenplay, and Storyboard Artist
(Based on Genji Monogatari Sennenki by Genji Monogatari Murasaki Shikibu) Director and Screenplay
Television specials [ edit ]
Original video animations [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ "「あしたのジョー」「ベルばら」アニメ監督の出崎統さんが死去 ６７歳、肺がん". MSN Sankei News . Retrieved 18 April 2011.
^ Dei, Shirou; Kodayashi, Akemi. "AIR The Movie". Newtype USA. 6 (12) pp. 54–55. December 2007. ISSN 1541-4817.
^ a b "Longtime anime director Osamu Dezaki dead at 67". forum.bcdb.com, April 18, 2011
^ Black Jack: OAV Audio Commentary.
^ Sutajio yū (2008). Plus Madhouse 02 - Yoshiaki Kawajiri (PLUS MADHOUSE 2 川尻善昭?). Inc./Hatsubai Kinemajunpōsha. ISBN 978-4-87376-304-0. OCLC 233684835. Japanese edition
^ "出崎統さん通夜：富野 由悠季さん、ちばてつやさん、りんたろうさんインタビュー紹介". NHK KabunBlog. April 20, 2011 . Retrieved November 9, 2012.
^ Ikuhara, Kunihiko. "Twitter / ikuni_noise: 残念です。業界に多大な影響を与えてくれました。僕の仕 ...". Twitter . Retrieved 9 November 2012.
^ a b アニメーション監督 出崎統の世界 ---「人間」を描き続けた映像の魔術師 ISBN 978-4309272917
External links [ edit ]