Bao animation

2022-04-06 08:01
In order to create an "authentic" Chinese "Bao", Domee Shi and Chinese art director Liu Biqing traveled to Chinatown in Toronto, San Francisco, Oakland and other places to observe Chinese mothers dressing up and talking about grocery shopping, including their fights in the park. Tai Chi looks like   . Domee Shi strives to introduce Chinese family relations and the characteristics of Chinese culture to the non-Asian employees in the team. She asked the team members to go to Chinatown to experience the atmosphere of Chinese culture, see the Chinese in life with their own eyes, and taste Chinese food. To get a feel for it, the team members ate a lot of steamed buns. Domee Shi's mother also personally demonstrated the process of making buns for the production team   .
The animation design of the film is influenced by cartoons represented by Japanese director Takahata Isao's animated comedy "My Neighbor Yamada-kun". Domee Shi likes the characters in "My Neighbor Yamada-kun", which makes people want to pinch The cuteness of the handle, and the exaggerated expression that challenges the limit   .
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  • Elroy 2022-04-13 09:01:06

    It looks better than the feature film, the family behind the whimsy is touching, and the child always grows faster than the parent's mind. The mix of Chinese and Western cultures is a bit weird.

  • Hugh 2022-04-13 09:01:06

    Is this Pixar's ugliest short animation?

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