Private Project

Baby Seeds

In Baby Seeds, the episode starts with a carrot lives in the soil. After the irrigation, sun exposure, it gradually grows and fruits. The animation featured the seed baby and presented from the first-person angle. At first, the role of the narration is unclear. Later on, the identity of the baby seed was revealed, the unexpected storyline will give the children a stronger impression about the growth of a carrot.

  • Yu Li-Fu
  • Chiang Ming-Ching
  • Tsai Yu-Ting
  • Chiang Ming-Ching
  • Tsai Yu-Ting
    Project Coordinator
  • Yu Li-Fu
    Animation Production
  • DENG, Mou Zhi
    Sounds and Effects
  • Chiou, Mei Chun
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    children, education, kids, animation, shorts
  • Runtime:
    1 minute 45 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    August 1, 2018
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Director Biography - Yu Li-Fu

Yu was born in 1968, after graduating from the Revival Business Design Graphic Design Group, he worked in print advertising design industry. In 1993, he published the single-character comic book "Celebrity is Crazy" serialized in the China Times and the four-character comic book "The Little Ghost Family" and serialized in 1994. His style with uniqueness was popular. Since 1996, he has been engaged in animation production. Due to his signature painting design, personal characteristics, and creative texture, he was invited to make animated films for original programs such as Global TV, Dongsen TV and public TV.

He was also invited to participate in the production of the pre-roll, music videos, and animated stories of the PTS famous children’s programe Fruity Pie. The program has won many awards in Taiwan and abroad
Due to his sensitivity to music melody, he also developed and applied his talent in the production of music video with give a more vivid presentations with rhythm.

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Director Statement

The series of Baby Seeds aims to introduce the commonly seen fruits and vegetables in the market. If their seeds are grown in the soil, does it mean that they need hydration? Or just few water and solid soil? Or sandy lands? We would like to offer brief introduction via animation to let everyone experience the growing process from seeds to fruits