Kung Fu Bunny series by Vincent

| April 10th, 2010

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Kung Fu Bunny was created by Vincent (李智勇),  28 years old independent animator and lecturer at the Animation Department of Communication University of China (中国传媒大学). The first episode of Kung Fu Bunny “Toto & Gogo” came into the spotlight in 2005 when Vincent was pursuing his master degree on transportation at Jilin University (吉林大学).

He always like drawing but felt animation can better express himself when he picked up flash at that year. Sequel episodes “Run bunny run” and “Counterattack” were launched in 2007 and 2009 respectively.  The clicks are awarded several times in several China animation contests with “Run bunny run” nominated by AniFest 2008. You can see more of his works and behind-the-scene stories in Vincent’s blog.

Kung Fu Bunny: Counterattack;  2009; dog’s barks are actually imitated by Vincent himself.

 

 

Kung Fu Bunny: Run bunny run;  2007

 

Kung Fu Bunny: Toto & Gogo; 2005

 

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Vincent 李智勇, 28 years old independent animator and lecturer at the Animation Department of Communication University of China.

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  1. Baoru says:

    This is cute! This reminds me of a t-shirt I saw which has pandas doing a series of kung fu moves. Really funny!

  2. kira says:

    Cute bunny~~
    Though i don’t kno about flash, I can tell his technique is improving from the first episode in 05 to the counterattack click 4 yrs later. Keep up the good work and save Chinese animation soon

  3. Sean A. says:

    It would be awesome if he starts making enough episodes in a year to actually have it run on TV on a timely basis. He could make some good dough and give children good entertainment.

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