Smurfette and the lost village book
Smurfs: The Lost Village | Smurfs Wiki | FANDOM powered by WikiaPublished on May 13th, by James Wright. The Smurfs were originally created by Belgian artist Peyo aka Pierre Culliford in but what made them a worldwide sensation was the cartoon series. Featuring a foreword by Veronique Culliford who of course is the daughter of Peyo , she talks about being surrounded by these magical blue creatures as she grew up and how her father loved seeing his creatures evolve and would be very impressed by the technological advancements of the entertainment industry today. Also, this book really celebrates the creation of this film that is complimented perfectly with the high quality paper stock. In terms of content, the book discusses the themes and design directions of the film such as using the warm colour palette of the Smurf Village or how Peyo made each Smurf familiar yet different which translates to the film.
Smurfs: The Lost Village
Unlike the previous two films based on the Smurfs by this company, this new film is completely CGI-animated. Uh oh! Very Smurfy Non-canon warning : This article or section contains non-canonical information that is not considered to be an official part of either the Smurfs Franco-Belgian comic book series or the Smurfs cartoon show series and should not be considered part of the overall storyline of either. As the story begins, Smurfette begins to wonder what her purpose in life is, as do the other Smurfs who couldn't particularly define what a Smurfette is supposed to be. Brainy tries to use a special Smurfy Thing Finder that he has invented to discover what Smurfette was purposed for, but unfortunately it explodes when tested on her, leaving Smurfette and the other Smurfs with no answers. Deciding to take their minds off their lack of discovering her purpose, Smurfette along with Brainy, Hefty , and Clumsy go off testing their skills with smurfboarding in the forest.