An anime short by Studio Colorido Co. is called Sonny Boy & Dewdrop Girl. Hinata is the main character who is in love with his classmate, Shigure. Even though he wants to talk to her, in his mind they’re already together. The source of the most spectacular animated scenes is his creativity. Shigure witnesses Hinata painting one day and is completely astonished. It makes Hinata humiliated. This brought up memories of how difficult it was to make it as an artist in school. While I loved the attention and accolades that sketching projects brought me, I did not initially like receiving so much attention from professors and my classmates. The thing is, Hinata is so much more dramatic than I am. He leaves the classroom, running. Shigure shows up on the roof to find him talking to himself.
There comes a point in this pairing when Sonny Boy and Dewdrop Girl’s childish fanservice begins. Hinata inadvertently catches a glimpse of Shigure’s clothing. Next, he falls, giving her the opportunity to see up his skirt. Hinata, who came to the shop the next morning, welcomes Shigure, but his pants are undone. I also experienced something similar as a child, specifically when I was unable to zip my jacket up. However, in one instance, I found myself making a face of disgust. Regardless, their bond is deepening. In the last act, Hinata finds out that Shigure is transferring.
Sonny Boy & Dewdrop Girl’s animated run
Naturally, Hinata is upset. Running out of time, Hinata jumps into action to save Shigure. With superhuman speed, he sets out to run at top speed. We will only be able to save Shigure if we arrive in time. Hinata thinks she’s on a train, therefore she sees her. Colorido Studio Company animations take flight at this time (pun intended). Shigure is pictured on a swan being ridden by Hinata. The swan awakens from the page, soaring into the air. The thing soars towards the sky with such speed that it demolishes the birdcage, and completely demolishes the sky in the process. After Hinata rides the swan, the overcast sky brightens.
While it’s primarily a fabrication of Hinata’s imagination, the scene is presented nicely. At long last, Hinata comes face-to-face with Shigure, and the latter hands her another picture, with the words “Good Luck” written on it. The tale of Sonny Boy and Dewdrop Girl is filled with emotion and beautiful animation. Though I didn’t want an unintentional pervert moment in the film, the short is really inventive.