Belgium Cartoon Art Center has a panorama of Chinese cartoons on the second floor. It exhibits Chinese cartoons from ancient times to the present, narrative pictures. It is very wonderful. There are many works, such as revolutionary cartoons in the sixties and seventies, comic strips in classical novels, and childhood books, which make me feel more cordial when I meet my deceased.
Ding Ding, Wukong, and Sanmao bronze statues presented by the Belgian Cartoon Art Center by the Chinese Embassy of the Blue Elves in Belgium are about to merge into the background of the Blue Elves. Talk about the world of the cartoon fans. The guide is a folder in different languages. The Chinese version reads like a textbook. Even though each paragraph is very short, it also has a kind of bored feeling, very unattractive and more suitable. Straight A student
This is the home of the Smurfs and Tintin Adventures, full of memories of my childhood. I think Belgium's cartoons are much better than Japan's, but the only regret is that there are no English or Chinese explanations here. They are basically German and French. Only through the pamphlets of the pavilion can we know the general contents of some exhibits.
In fact, there are not only Tintin, but also other Belgian artists such as the Smurf. Of course Ding Ding is one of the most popular. The Art Center is not a big place, but there are many visitors. If you know French, it will be helpful for you to visit. It takes about three hours to queue up for tickets, visits, photographs and souvenirs.
If you're under 25, you have to pay 7 oh. It's a little expensive, so I didn't go upstairs to see it. On the first floor, there are also shops and some small exhibition boards, cartoon characters, and a beautiful red car in front of them. It's OK to have a look. Interested people can go upstairs and visit it.
Although not my childhood series, Tintin's Adventures also appeared in my past years, especially the Smurfs, the Smurfs who loved and loved so much, and always wanted to have a real Smurfs (though impossible) like this city full of history and caricature [heart] Brussels.
10 euros ticket, I like Ding Ding and the Smurfs, so I went to the comic center.
Belgium has produced many famous animated characters, such as the Smurfs and Tintin. Before the Cartoon Art Center was retained, various comic books and newspapers and magazines were published. It records the process of comic characters from birth to familiarity.
There are many famous European cartoonists'picture books and animations. The Cartoon Museum has three floors. The first floor introduces visitors to how cartoons came into being. The second level introduces the most active cartoonists in Belgium from the beginning of the last century to the 1960s. The third floor is called the Belgian Modern Cartoon Museum. Hundreds of exhibits summarize the development of Belgian cartoons from the 1960s to the 1990s. The ticket price of the Art Center is 9 Euros. Personally, it feels a little expensive. Especially for those who are not majoring in comics and do not know European comics, there is no deep feeling on the first and second levels. It wasn't until Tintin and the Smurfs were seen on the third floor that they felt a little bit. So, in fact, on the first floor with Ding Ding, the blue elves can be removed.