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Nekotto, the artist who transforms Second Life® into a Japanese “Anime”

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Second Life® is an excellent starting point for creativity and offers numerous possibilities to express your artistic vein.

Nekotto knows it well, having chosen to take photographs within the virtual world of Second Life® to make them as close as possible to a Japanese anime.

What is an “anime“?

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Anime” is the abbreviation for animēshon (Japanese transliteration of the English word animation, “animation”). It is a neologism, therefore a word of new formation, which in the West indicates the works of animation produced by Japan, including those before the birth of the headword.

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