Vietnam, Water and Puppets

In the shade of trees – Vietnamese 3D Cartoon

I discovered on Youtube a wonderful Vietnamese 3D cartoon, In the shade of trees.

It talks about courage and the protagonists are a mouse, a frog, a crab and…a snake!

The environment is not real, anyway it’s very tropical, and the animals involved in the story are typical Vietnamese.

In the movie’s epilogue, you will also find…Puppets!!!

This Vietnamese cartoon was produced by a group of 7 Vietnamese students aged from 18 to 28 – Colory group.

The cartoon, which took 5 months to be finished, is also the final course work of two group members in their undergraduate program.

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One thought on “In the shade of trees – Vietnamese 3D Cartoon

  1. Shade trees do not all necessarily shed their leaves in the fall (deciduous), but some shade trees are evergreen, and others can be classified as flowering trees. The fact that shade trees can cool temperatures in the surrounding landscape and cool off houses during the heat of the summer is well known. Some evergreen trees also provide shade all year, a factor that may be undesirable in some cases during hard winter freezes, when an evergreen shade tree may block off the heat rays from the sun that might melt snow and ice from a house roof or prevent infra-red light from warming rooms inside the house. Extreme southern states home owners in the United States may prefer shade on homes and buildings year round, and such evergreen shade trees as Live Oak tree, Quercus virginiana; Laurel Oak tree, Quercus laurifolia; and Darlington Oak trees,Quercus hemisphaerica, would be desirable for planting near houses.

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