#Anime Evangelion Art Exhibition Tour in Sydney

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Anime@UTS outside Evangelion Art Exhibition

Earlier today, the best university anime clubs in Australia (ahem) gathered at the Japan Foundation gallery for a sneak peak into some of the original art behind Neon Genesis Evangelion. Seeing the level of detail that goes into each frame, how all the different layers of colours and effects were added, it was an amazing experience.

We weren’t permitted to take photos of the exhibits themselves unfortunately, but the few photos I got from the event are on my Anime@UTS Flickr gallery. I have some handsome club members, let me just say that!

There was merchandise (of course!), and I was lucky enough to snag a shitajiki (aka: pencil board) to frame on my wall, along with one for Clara.

My new Evangelion shitajiki!

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