Sadly, This Sumo Scene Didn't Make It Into Big Hero 6

Sadly, This Sumo Scene Didn't Make It Into Big Hero 6

Ryan Lang is an artist at Disney who we featured a while back for his work on Wreck-it-Ralph, but now that Big Hero 6 is out, it's time to take another look at his stuff.

These images are part of Lang's contribution to the look and feel of the movie. There are some interesting teases here for ideas that never made it into the movie, like a sumo battle and a Baymax armour design that's more Japanese than the final product.

You can see more of Ryan's work at his ArtStation page.

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Sadly, This Sumo Scene Didn't Make It Into Big Hero 6
Sadly, This Sumo Scene Didn't Make It Into Big Hero 6
Sadly, This Sumo Scene Didn't Make It Into Big Hero 6
Sadly, This Sumo Scene Didn't Make It Into Big Hero 6

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    For some reason, that alternate helmet just reminds me of Strong Bad

    Erm that sumo scene was in it I'm pretty sure. But cuts out just after that pic

      Watched it last night....pretty sure it's not.

        Then no idea why I thought so as I have never seen any artwork for this before. Will have to give it another watch.

          Probably because the sumo looks like Mr. Yama (well imo anyway) who was shown as the opponent during the robot battle opening scenes.

    I loved the movie, but did anyone else find it odd that the main character didn't look to make something that resembles a superpower for himself like the other 4 did? Instead of just being the "pilot" of Beymax...

    Last edited 06/02/15 10:53 am

      The kid is a super genius...pretty sure that is classed as a super power.

        So were the other 4 students, sure Hiro helped them with their projects also... but he could have did something for himself.

          I think it's his age which is the big difference though.

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