The official website for the original television anime Opus Colors unveiled the anime’s cast, additional staff members, spring 2023 premiere, and new key visual on Thursday.
The cast includes:
Yūma Uchida as Kazuya Yamanashi
Ryota Ohsaka as Kyo Takise
Natsuki Hanae as Jun Tsuzuki
Toshiyuki Toyonaga as Michitaka Nanba
Yuichiro Umehara as Iori Haijima
Nobunaga Shimazaki as Takumi Yura
Taku Yashiro as Anju Ikaruga
Makoto Furukawa as Chiharu Sakaki
Yoshiki Nakajima as Kaede Mikuriya
Ryōta Suzuki as Mashu Kirinoe
Shugo Nakamura as Yuichi Shido
Daiki Yamashita as Kohei Tose
Nobuhiko Okamoto as Daiki Yura
Katsuyuki Konishi as Rio Nakashizu
Daisuke Ono as Makoto Yanagi
Jun Fukuyama as Naoki Yamanashi
Kaori Nazuka as Akari Yamanashi
Kousuke Toriumi as Togo Takise
Yua Takise (currently uncast)
As previously announced, the anime reunites the staff members of the STARMYU anime series. Rin Hinata, the creator of STARMYU, is also credited as the creator for Opus Colors. Shunsuke Tada is once again directing the anime at Magic Capsule, with Sayaka Harada once again in charge of series composition. Asami Watanabe is designing the characters.
The newly announced staff members include:
In addition, the anime’s site revealed that the anime will have separate staff for its “art part,” which includes painter Yuka Ōmori for “thumbnails.” Rinako Sanada, the costume designer for STARMYU, is credited for “plot.” Creative circle OTOIRO, with members DECO*27 and akka, are credited for production. C-Station, the studio that animated STARMYU, is credited for animation production.
The anime centers on the relationship between an “artist” and a “grader,” in an immersive field of digital art known as “perception art” that was developed only a decade ago. Kazuya Yamanashi is the son of a couple who are considered one of the founders of perception art, while Jun Tsuzuki is his friend. Both are childhood friends with Kyo Takise, who also has influential art parents, and is also a grader.
Sources: Opus Colors anime’s website, Comic Natalie