Thread: Stop-motion movie about a messy girl's watercolors coming alive

    • 8 years 9 months ago
    • Posts: 326
    There's this short stop-motion animated film that I saw when I was maybe 7 at a Christmas party. It was about a little girl who was trying to use her watercolors but made a big mess. While she went to get cleaned up, each color in the box came alive, spun around, taking that same color out of the world around. When the girl came back, everything was black and white. She went into the woods and came to a rainbow, under which the watercolor men were dancing. She asked them to restore color to the world, which they promptly did.

    As I recall this, it looked like it may have been done in a European studio (the animation was not unlike that in "Jeremy Bear", "The Bubblies" or "Hattytown Tales".

    What could this have been?
    • 2 months 20 days ago
    • Posts: 392
    Quote by Ned
    There's this short stop-motion animated film that I saw when I was maybe 7 at a Christmas party. It was about a little girl who was trying to use her watercolors but made a big mess. While she went to get cleaned up, each color in the box came alive, spun around, taking that same color out of the world around. When the girl came back, everything was black and white. She went into the woods and came to a rainbow, under which the watercolor men were dancing. She asked them to restore color to the world, which they promptly did.

    As I recall this, it looked like it may have been done in a European studio (the animation was not unlike that in "Jeremy Bear", "The Bubblies" or "Hattytown Tales".

    What could this have been?


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