History Manga / GAGeijutsukaArtDesignClass

24th Jan '16 3:41:24 PM SamCurt
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An anime adaptation aired in the summer of 2009.

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An anime adaptation produced by Creator/{{AIC}} aired in the summer of 2009.
2009. In North America, the manga is licensed by Creator/YenPress.
18th Jan '16 2:21:22 AM kirara19
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* ElevatorSchool: Ayanoi Gakuen is a more realistic example. It has a junior high, a high school and technological university in adjacent campuses, and they share a lot of common facilities -- the main characters often go to the university campus to have computer graphics classes and sometimes even for ''vending machines''. It's also worth noting that because of the university's background, the high school has a relatively large technical/vocational division, on top of general ed and arts divisions -- and it's not an ElaborateUniversityHigh at all, as Kiyuduki was merely recalling her high school, [[http://www.fukui-ut-fukui-h.ed.jp/ Fukui Senior High School of the Fukui University of Technology]].
%%Note, however, in the anime the animators took more hints from Joshibi HS of Art and Design in Tokyo. WP: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joshibi_High_School_of_Art_and_Design

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* ElevatorSchool: Ayanoi Gakuen is a more realistic example. It has a junior high, a high school and technological university in adjacent campuses, and they share a lot of common facilities -- the main characters often go to the university campus to have computer graphics classes and sometimes even for ''vending machines''. It's also worth noting that because of the university's background, the high school has a relatively large technical/vocational division, on top of general ed and arts divisions -- and it's not an ElaborateUniversityHigh at all, as Kiyuduki was merely recalling her high school, [[http://www.fukui-ut-fukui-h.ed.jp/ Fukui Senior High School of the Fukui University of Technology]]. \n%%Note, however, in [[note]]Though the anime the animators staff took more hints references from Joshibi HS of Art and Design in Tokyo. WP: https://en.[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joshibi_High_School_of_Art_and_Designorg/wiki/Joshibi_High_School_of_Art_and_Design Joshibi HS of Art and Design]] in Tokyo.[[/note]]
16th Jan '16 11:31:20 PM SamCurt
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* ElevatorSchool: Ayanoi Gakuen is a more realistic example. It has a junior high, a high school and technological university in adjacent campuses, and they share a lot of common facilities -- the main characters often go to the university campus to have computer graphics classes and sometimes even for ''vending machines''. It's also worth noting that because of the university's background, the high school has a relatively large technical/vocational division, on top of general ed and arts divisions -- and it's not an ElaborateUniversityHigh at all, as Kiyuduki was merely recalling her high school, [[http://www.fukui-ut-fukui-h.ed.jp/ Fukui Senior High School of the Fukui University of Technology]]. %%Note, however, in the anime the animators took more hints from Joshibi HS of Art and Design in Tokyo. WP: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joshibi_High_School_of_Art_and_Design

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* ElevatorSchool: Ayanoi Gakuen is a more realistic example. It has a junior high, a high school and technological university in adjacent campuses, and they share a lot of common facilities -- the main characters often go to the university campus to have computer graphics classes and sometimes even for ''vending machines''. It's also worth noting that because of the university's background, the high school has a relatively large technical/vocational division, on top of general ed and arts divisions -- and it's not an ElaborateUniversityHigh at all, as Kiyuduki was merely recalling her high school, [[http://www.fukui-ut-fukui-h.ed.jp/ Fukui Senior High School of the Fukui University of Technology]].
%%Note, however, in the anime the animators took more hints from Joshibi HS of Art and Design in Tokyo. WP: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joshibi_High_School_of_Art_and_Design
10th Oct '15 10:45:26 PM SamCurt
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* ElevatorSchool: Ayanoi Gakuen is a more realistic example. It has a junior high, a high school and technological university in adjacent campuses, and they share a lot of common facilities -- the main characters often go to the university campus to have computer graphics classes and sometimes even for ''vending machines''. It's also worth noting that because of the university's background, the high school has a relatively large technical/vocational division, on top of general ed and arts divisions -- and it's not an ElaborateUniversityHigh, but just TruthInTelevision for many Japanese universities.

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* ElevatorSchool: Ayanoi Gakuen is a more realistic example. It has a junior high, a high school and technological university in adjacent campuses, and they share a lot of common facilities -- the main characters often go to the university campus to have computer graphics classes and sometimes even for ''vending machines''. It's also worth noting that because of the university's background, the high school has a relatively large technical/vocational division, on top of general ed and arts divisions -- and it's not an ElaborateUniversityHigh, but just TruthInTelevision for many Japanese universities.ElaborateUniversityHigh at all, as Kiyuduki was merely recalling her high school, [[http://www.fukui-ut-fukui-h.ed.jp/ Fukui Senior High School of the Fukui University of Technology]]. %%Note, however, in the anime the animators took more hints from Joshibi HS of Art and Design in Tokyo. WP: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joshibi_High_School_of_Art_and_Design
14th Sep '15 5:04:06 AM Adept
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* HardWorkHardlyWorks: Discussed. In the museum arc Kisaragi was angsting over her lack of skill (see BookDumb, above); and Professor and Namiko sort-of {{deconstructed}} the trope:

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* HardWorkHardlyWorks: Discussed. In the museum arc Kisaragi was angsting over is probably the most hard-working in her lack of skill (see BookDumb, above); group, but she lacks Masa's and Professor Noda's natural talent, and Namiko sort-of {{deconstructed}} angsts about the trope:fact that her work didn't get selected for a museum display.
19th Aug '15 4:32:48 PM nombretomado
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* JapaneseHonorifics: In the last chapter of volume 3, after Professor [[spoiler:opens her shell in front of Kisaragi about her dislike of her ArrangedMarriage]], Kisaragi feels like calling Professor ''Professor-chan''--note Professor and Namiko are always referred as -san, due to Professor's [[EmotionlessGirl demeanor]] and Namiko's TeamMom status.
29th Jul '15 4:55:29 AM Adept
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* ShipperOnDeck: The GA as a whole likes to assume that Usami-sensei and Sotoma-sensei are a couple, even insisting that he go look after her when he had to temporarily fill in for her class due to her being sick.



** [[MarilynMonroe Pooh Pooh]] [[SomeLikeItHot Be Doo]].
** Masa and Kisaragi have cosplayed as [[YggdraUnion young Roswell and Rosary]] in one of the manga's color explanations.

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** [[MarilynMonroe [[Music/MarilynMonroe Pooh Pooh]] [[SomeLikeItHot Be Doo]].
** Masa and Kisaragi have cosplayed as [[YggdraUnion [[VideoGame/YggdraUnion young Roswell and Rosary]] in one of the manga's color explanations.
6th Jun '15 3:15:37 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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** For GA-1's home appliance design assignment, one of Tomokane's designs is a rather blatant ShoutOut to ''{{Doraemon}}''.

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** For GA-1's home appliance design assignment, one of Tomokane's designs is a rather blatant ShoutOut to ''{{Doraemon}}''.''Anime/{{Doraemon}}''.
28th Mar '15 3:26:59 AM Adept
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Ayanoi High School's G.A. is a class that specializes in the arts. It's at G.A. that a particular five are focused on. Kisaragi Yamaguchi, Miyabi "Professor" Oomichi, Namiko Nozaki, Tomokane and Miki "Nodamiki" Noda. The manga uses its arts class setting well, using this as a chance to teach the audience a few things about color, composition and other things that are usually done at these sort of schools. The {{yonkoma}} manga was written by SatokoKiyuduki, otherwise known for the artwork at VideoGame/DeptHeaven games.

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Ayanoi High School's G.A. is a class that specializes in the arts. It's at G.A. that a particular five are focused on. Kisaragi Yamaguchi, Miyabi "Professor" Oomichi, Namiko Nozaki, Tomokane and Miki "Nodamiki" Noda. The manga uses its arts class setting well, using this as a chance to teach the audience a few things about color, composition and other things that are usually done at these sort of schools. The {{yonkoma}} manga was written by SatokoKiyuduki, Creator/SatokoKiyuduki, otherwise known for the artwork at VideoGame/DeptHeaven games.
2nd Mar '15 1:43:29 PM universalperson
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* FootnoteFever: This work's [[EdutainmentShow art edutainment]] tendencies plus the heavy use of puns means every manga volume by Yen Press has at least 4 pages of translator's notes.
* GagSeries: This, with the bulk of artistic terms, caused Yen Press' translation of the first manga volume to have [[FootnoteFever 5 pages of translator's notes]].

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* FootnoteFever: This work's [[EdutainmentShow art edutainment]] tendencies plus the heavy use of puns means every manga volume by Yen Press Creator/YenPress has at least 4 pages of translator's notes.
* GagSeries: This, with the bulk of artistic terms, caused Yen Press' Creator/YenPress' translation of the first manga volume to have [[FootnoteFever 5 pages of translator's notes]].
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