Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken!

Alt title: Eizouken ni wa Te wo Dasu na!

Keep Your Hands Off Eizouken! Episode 6 - Let's Do Better Than Last Time!

Eizouken 06: Production begins on the Eizouken's new robot anime, and improving on their last work means expanding the club's reach. Asakusa struggles to convey her instructions to the art club, who are going to help with the backgrounds this time around, while a run-in with the student council puts a prospective new ally in Kanamori's sights.

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ran88 ran88 says

Both are about the process of making anime. Whilst Shirobako focuses more on the management side of things, Eizouken focuses more on the creative part.

InsaniacDuo InsaniacDuo says

Whilst both are about animation production, Shirobako's storylines tend to follow more on the side of office politics that threaten to bring the company to a halt. So far in Eizouken (episode 7), there doesn't appear to be any major factors as to why they should stop making animation. 

There are also an element of using your imagination to rationalize or fantasize the process. 

Eizouken is definitely more stylized compared to Shirobako, coming very close to notebook doodles at times. However, I'd argue that this keeps the characters from becoming somewhat stilted like they do in Shirobako, but the stylization choice is dependent on whether or not this is a viewer's cup of tea.