[Explanation] Teng Qixin, born in 1999, is a graduate of Jilin Animation Academy.

He used sand painting to create a Long March picture scroll, and recorded the creation process as a video and uploaded it to the Internet, which was well received.

On July 5th, the reporter came to Teng Qixin's school studio and saw this work.

  According to Teng Qixin, this was originally his graduation project, but in the creative process, many sand painting enthusiasts also joined in.

In the end, 8 graduates including Teng Qixin created 42 static paintings together. Teng Qixin showed these static paintings in the form of sand paintings. The whole process took nearly 80 hours.

  [Concurrent] Teng Qixin, a graduate of Jilin Animation College

  (Including) Forcibly crossing the Dadu River, Jinsha River, climbing the snow-capped mountains over the grass, the Zunyi Conference, etc.

Search for some information on the Internet, to see some photos, film and television themes, and paintings, such as oil paintings and traditional Chinese paintings, and then we will make a second creation, draw our sketches, and then draw sand paintings after the sketches are made.

  [Explanation] Teng Qixin said that the process of creating sand paintings is not easy.

Because the sand is soft, the breeze can blow it away.

Therefore, he can paint better in a closed, dark environment.

  From the beginning of the design in mid-June to the completion of vivid sand paintings, Teng Qixin spent several hours in a sultry room every day.

  On the day of the interview, Teng Qixin restored a scene from the Long March.

He told reporters that through this work, he has a deeper understanding of the "Long March spirit" of his ancestors, and there will surely be more young people to inherit this precious spirit in the future.

  [Concurrent] Teng Qixin, a graduate of Jilin Animation College

  It is not just climbing the snow-capped mountains and crossing the grass, it also starts from the beginning of the Long March, starting from Ruijin, every story, every node, we have (restored) every difficult process in the picture.

I believe that in the future, we will create more works with red themes.

  Reporter from Changchun Lu Shengnan

Editor in charge: [Tian Boqun]