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Hi Im new here.

Postby Noorie » Fri 01.04.2008 5:32 pm

(Sorry i think i posted this in the wrong place)
Konnichi wa.
Watashi wa Nori desu.

I'm 15 years old and I have many hobbies.

A few years ago I played FFX the play station game and was inspired by the cut scene graphics, I really wanted to do animation like that. My ICT teacher, who is Japanese, told me that Japan is the best place for animation.

My dream now would be to go work their when i am older. My ICT teacher also recommended that I start learning Japanese so it would be easier on me later in life.

I will try my best to learn as much as I can. I'm really glad I stumbled across this site, I have had a look around and it is really helpful. Arigatou
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RE: Hi Im new here.

Postby sushi4ever » Fri 01.04.2008 5:45 pm

welcome to TJP!

and good luck with your studies! :D
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RE: Hi Im new here.

Postby NZJutsu » Fri 01.04.2008 6:12 pm

Off topic - Replying to these introductions is a really good way to rack up posts ;)

TJPへようこそ~
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RE: Hi Im new here.

Postby Noorie » Fri 01.04.2008 6:23 pm

sushi4ever wrote:
welcome to TJP!

and good luck with your studies! :D


Hajimemashite
Arigatou gozaimasu.

Off topic - Replying to these introductions is a really good way to rack up posts


Its a good idea.
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RE: Hi Im new here.

Postby Mike Cash » Sat 01.05.2008 12:57 am

Did your teacher also tell you the dismal prospects of your actually being employed in Japan as an animator in the future?

Welcome, by the way.
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RE: Hi Im new here.

Postby nabilahforever » Sat 01.05.2008 3:49 am

Hajimemashite. Welcome to TJP. Douzoyoroshiku. Good luck with your studies. :D
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RE: Hi Im new here.

Postby Noorie » Sat 01.05.2008 7:00 am

nabilahforever wrote:
Did your teacher also tell you the dismal prospects of your actually being employed in Japan as an animator in the future?

Welcome, by the way.


No he didn't, but i won't give up no matter what.

Thanks for the warm welcome :D

nabilahforever wrote:
Hajimemashite. Welcome to TJP. Douzoyoroshiku. Good luck with your studies.


Hajimemashite. Doumo arigatou gozaimasu. :D
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