Bet You Didn’t Know: Secrets Behind The Making Of “BeBe’s Kids”

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Where the art came from…

The shapes and animation of the film was largely influenced by Kenyan art. And the colors were those used heavily during the Harlem Renaissance. In an interview with the LA Times, Smith spoke about how Tom Wilhite, the president of the production company, brought him a book from the Harlem renaissance. “There was a different sense about color and its roots which was very Afro-centric, full of reddish-browns, deep greens and blues. There’s nothing quite like it.”

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