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Lo style, all represented by those actual animals. We get to use the ac- international popularity of Bruce Lee has already proved tual animals and, needless to say, they do it very differently. A globally legible sign, In a circuitous move, the animals that inspired the his body attests to the transnational reach of martial arts fighting styles of kung fu reclaim their movements and 32 Animated Animal Bodies their very animality, thanks to the computer-animated bodies to digitally enhance their physical performance imagery of the film.

The creative visually and narratively. Long before he is chosen as the labor of the animators is thus increasingly substituting for next Dragon Warrior, he is marked as extraordinary or the physical exertion of actors.

As computer-generated bod- and geese. His genealogical origins are rather suspect; his ies proliferate, the physical prowess of kung fu masters father is a goose instead of a panda. The reason for this is detached from the physicality of Asian bodies such provides the narrative arc in the sequel, Kung Fu Panda as Bruce Lee or Jackie Chan or other ethnically or 2 [Jennifer Yuh, ].

Instead, anthropomorphized his surroundings.

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Constantly dreaming of becoming a animal bodies stand in for real human bodies. The act kung fu fighter, he is dissatisfied with the prospect of of digitizing the bodies that perform martial arts further carrying on the family business of selling noodles.

This defamiliarization of specifically, Chineseness to more universal signs of the body performing martial arts accentuates the perfor- transcultural legibility. The animated character of Po that are liberated from the cumbersome logic of gravity. What is beginning to disappear is the time and space are overcome through martial arts training as authenticity of the action hero ine as real-life martial arts much as through the use of special effects.

This disappearance is further accelerated is, it mixes up different times, with the future shot as if it were by the use of digital technologies in the cross-cultural re ap- the past. Cyber kungfu also allows its protagonists to transcend propriations of visual style and choreography, or what is now the limitations of the physical body.

This flattening out of the historical and cultural These authors jointly express concern in regard to the traditions of martial arts—and consequently the bodies combined threat of digital production and transnational that perform them—is reflected in the digitally manipu- dissemination of authentic performances and, by ex- lated environment in the film.

Despite iconography that tension, bodies in kung fu films. A closer examination, is suggestively Chinese, this space is a visual projection however, reveals that the value of authenticity is still of an imaginary China, a China that only exists in im- very much prioritized in the production of digitized ages, or a China that is removed from a specific historical and animated kung fu, albeit enunciated in different context and resituated in a remote, mythical space: the modes of physical embodiment and material indexical- birthplace of kung fu.

The second is the substitution of ity. I would argue that a combination of transnationality the physical body with technology as the hero of the and digitality does not bring about the disappearance story. By reducing kung fu martial artistry into some- of the ethnically marked, physically corporeal body but thing that is endlessly reproducible—whether through instead leaves behind different indexical traces of bodies computer-generated virtual bodies or digitally enhanced that perform and labor to create this computer-animated physical bodies—the bodies that perform it are at risk imagery.

Despite the emphasis on the creative process of being deracinated and detached from their historical of computer-generated effects, filmmakers, producers, origins or cultural significance and even dehumanized or and animators similarly highlight the authenticity that reincarnated, if you will as animated cyborglike bodies.

Their technophilic pearance of cultural and national authenticity, which is rhetoric, which borders on technocentric, suggests that of great value in the kung fu genre, in digitally enhanced these technical developments are following a teleologi- martial arts films.

A pudgy panda cuts an incongruous figure with his lightning-fast, gravity-defying kung fu moves in Kung Fu Panda Dreamworks, In a digital era, iconic, indexical, material, or intertextual—to other this attribute is given additional value and significance as physical and mediated bodies: bodies of kung fu artists in an inevitable characteristic of computer-generated visual films produced in Hong Kong and China and consumed effects or animation.

According to In Kung Fu Panda there is an abundance of virtual Gary Lee, previsualization artist for Kung Fu Panda, the bodies, flying bodies, bodies in motion, bodies defying bodies of martial arts heroes featured in Hong Kong films the physics of gravity and transcending such physical such as Kung Fu Hustle served as reference points for restrictions as shape, size, and weight, all of which seem- the kung fu moves and other bodily motions performed ingly reinforce the idea of seamless integration or fluid in the film.

Kung Fu Panda 2 Concept Art by Mike Yamada

This fetishizing of effortless mobility and animated battle scenes, the filmmakers and animators disembodied flight, however, belies the fact that these received physical training from Eric Chen, fight arranger digitally constructed bodies despite their apparent and stuntman, and Rodolphe Guenoden, a supervising Hye Jean Chung 35 animator trained in tae kwon do and knowledgeable in and fighting ability as Dragon Warrior are questioned other martial arts Strike.

The kung fu genre. Now China offers pandas only Black, even as the setting and the kung fu moves code on ten-year loans, to be returned afterward and with the panda as Chinese.

While the flying bodies of the dynamic facial expressions, which are a signature of his animated animals seemingly defy the logic of gravity, comedic acting style.

The figure of the ment, extension, or avatar of the actor. The two become kung fu panda, in particular, has generated much heated inseparable, if not identical, through the composite of discussion in China. The movie also generated action and animation. The panda, historically more support in the Darfur region of Sudan Barboza. This fictional narrative was extended to the story DreamWorks and demanded an apology. Zhao evinces traces of discourages creativity Magnier. A panda This film is indeed a transnational collaboration; with green eyes has the feeling of evil.

I have studied oil paint- it was directed by Greg Manwaring, who worked as ing, and we would never use green eyes to describe a kind- hearted figure. Drawing the father of the giant panda as a duck is an insult to the Chinese people. It is also 2. Lu Chuan, and transnational, between representation and reality, as a young Chinese film director, and Wu Jiang, president well as textual boundaries through its visual and narrative of the China National Peking Opera Company, were debt to countless other masters of their game, whether quoted in newspaper articles as raising the question of in animation or in martial arts.

The body of the panda is an incarna- Hye Jean Chung 37 tion of the crisis of a unified identity in a digital era, as a Works Cited computer-generated image that attempts to fluidly cross national borders via intertextual references to Hong Kong Abbas, Ackbar.

Linda films and global distribution. Its alien body embodies Krause and Patrice Petro. Bernstein, Richard. A globally legible sign, In a circuitous move, the animals that inspired the his body attests to the transnational reach of martial arts fighting styles of kung fu reclaim their movements and 32 Animated Animal Bodies their very animality, thanks to the computer-animated bodies to digitally enhance their physical performance imagery of the film.

The creative visually and narratively. Long before he is chosen as the labor of the animators is thus increasingly substituting for next Dragon Warrior, he is marked as extraordinary or the physical exertion of actors.

As computer-generated bod- and geese. His genealogical origins are rather suspect; his ies proliferate, the physical prowess of kung fu masters father is a goose instead of a panda. The reason for this is detached from the physicality of Asian bodies such provides the narrative arc in the sequel, Kung Fu Panda as Bruce Lee or Jackie Chan or other ethnically or 2 [Jennifer Yuh, ]. Instead, anthropomorphized his surroundings. Constantly dreaming of becoming a animal bodies stand in for real human bodies.

The act kung fu fighter, he is dissatisfied with the prospect of of digitizing the bodies that perform martial arts further carrying on the family business of selling noodles.

This defamiliarization of specifically, Chineseness to more universal signs of the body performing martial arts accentuates the perfor- transcultural legibility. The animated character of Po that are liberated from the cumbersome logic of gravity. What is beginning to disappear is the time and space are overcome through martial arts training as authenticity of the action hero ine as real-life martial arts much as through the use of special effects.

This disappearance is further accelerated is, it mixes up different times, with the future shot as if it were by the use of digital technologies in the cross-cultural re ap- the past. Cyber kungfu also allows its protagonists to transcend propriations of visual style and choreography, or what is now the limitations of the physical body. This flattening out of the historical and cultural These authors jointly express concern in regard to the traditions of martial arts—and consequently the bodies combined threat of digital production and transnational that perform them—is reflected in the digitally manipu- dissemination of authentic performances and, by ex- lated environment in the film.

Despite iconography that tension, bodies in kung fu films. A closer examination, is suggestively Chinese, this space is a visual projection however, reveals that the value of authenticity is still of an imaginary China, a China that only exists in im- very much prioritized in the production of digitized ages, or a China that is removed from a specific historical and animated kung fu, albeit enunciated in different context and resituated in a remote, mythical space: the modes of physical embodiment and material indexical- birthplace of kung fu.

The second is the substitution of ity. I would argue that a combination of transnationality the physical body with technology as the hero of the and digitality does not bring about the disappearance story. By reducing kung fu martial artistry into some- of the ethnically marked, physically corporeal body but thing that is endlessly reproducible—whether through instead leaves behind different indexical traces of bodies computer-generated virtual bodies or digitally enhanced that perform and labor to create this computer-animated physical bodies—the bodies that perform it are at risk imagery.

Despite the emphasis on the creative process of being deracinated and detached from their historical of computer-generated effects, filmmakers, producers, origins or cultural significance and even dehumanized or and animators similarly highlight the authenticity that reincarnated, if you will as animated cyborglike bodies.

The.Art.of.kung.fu.panda.pdf

Their technophilic pearance of cultural and national authenticity, which is rhetoric, which borders on technocentric, suggests that of great value in the kung fu genre, in digitally enhanced these technical developments are following a teleologi- martial arts films. A pudgy panda cuts an incongruous figure with his lightning-fast, gravity-defying kung fu moves in Kung Fu Panda Dreamworks, In a digital era, iconic, indexical, material, or intertextual—to other this attribute is given additional value and significance as physical and mediated bodies: bodies of kung fu artists in an inevitable characteristic of computer-generated visual films produced in Hong Kong and China and consumed effects or animation.

According to In Kung Fu Panda there is an abundance of virtual Gary Lee, previsualization artist for Kung Fu Panda, the bodies, flying bodies, bodies in motion, bodies defying bodies of martial arts heroes featured in Hong Kong films the physics of gravity and transcending such physical such as Kung Fu Hustle served as reference points for restrictions as shape, size, and weight, all of which seem- the kung fu moves and other bodily motions performed ingly reinforce the idea of seamless integration or fluid in the film.

This fetishizing of effortless mobility and animated battle scenes, the filmmakers and animators disembodied flight, however, belies the fact that these received physical training from Eric Chen, fight arranger digitally constructed bodies despite their apparent and stuntman, and Rodolphe Guenoden, a supervising Hye Jean Chung 35 animator trained in tae kwon do and knowledgeable in and fighting ability as Dragon Warrior are questioned other martial arts Strike.

The kung fu genre.

(PDF Download) The Art of Kung Fu Panda 2 Download - video dailymotion

Now China offers pandas only Black, even as the setting and the kung fu moves code on ten-year loans, to be returned afterward and with the panda as Chinese. While the flying bodies of the dynamic facial expressions, which are a signature of his animated animals seemingly defy the logic of gravity, comedic acting style. The figure of the ment, extension, or avatar of the actor.

The two become kung fu panda, in particular, has generated much heated inseparable, if not identical, through the composite of discussion in China. The movie also generated action and animation.

The panda, historically more support in the Darfur region of Sudan Barboza. This fictional narrative was extended to the story DreamWorks and demanded an apology. Zhao evinces traces of discourages creativity Magnier. A panda This film is indeed a transnational collaboration; with green eyes has the feeling of evil. I have studied oil paint- it was directed by Greg Manwaring, who worked as ing, and we would never use green eyes to describe a kind- hearted figure.

Drawing the father of the giant panda as a duck is an insult to the Chinese people. It is also 2. Lu Chuan, and transnational, between representation and reality, as a young Chinese film director, and Wu Jiang, president well as textual boundaries through its visual and narrative of the China National Peking Opera Company, were debt to countless other masters of their game, whether quoted in newspaper articles as raising the question of in animation or in martial arts.

The body of the panda is an incarna- Hye Jean Chung 37 tion of the crisis of a unified identity in a digital era, as a Works Cited computer-generated image that attempts to fluidly cross national borders via intertextual references to Hong Kong Abbas, Ackbar. Linda films and global distribution.

Its alien body embodies Krause and Patrice Petro. Bernstein, Richard. China on Screen: Cinema and Nation. Santa Barbara.