From Walt Disney Animation Studios, Big Hero 6 quickly became a household name and family favorite to audiences everywhere! The original action-comedy-adventure about a robotics prodigy and a plus-sized inflatable robot, who develop a special bond on a quest to solve an unsettling mystery is inspired by Marvel Comics of the same name.
If you have a child who loves the movie and wants to have a Big Hero 6 inspired party – you are in luck with these fun party printables! Just click the picture below to download the PDF files. There are 15 printables in all!
Big Hero 6 Party Printables:
- How to Draw BAYMAX
- BAYMAX Party Invitations & more
- Big Hero 6 Party Experiments (multiple ideas)
Click the image below to download the party printables
Other Big Hero 6 Fun Facts:
- SLAM DUNK – Baymax is 6 feet tall and 75 pounds—until Hiro mechs him out. Baymax, in
his super suit, is more than 7 feet tall and can lift 1000 pounds. “He’s all air,” says head of
animation Zach Parrish.
- GO AHEAD – Artists looked at actors like John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, Gary Cooper and
other cowboys to study cool, emotionally reserved traits while developing GoGo Tomago’s
look and personality.
- IT’S ALL ABOUT THE BLINK – Baymax sports a standard nine-frame-blink, says head of
animation Zach Parrish. “We play with the speed of his blink throughout the film, but for the
most part, it’s a standard blink. It’s the amount of time we give the audience to think before
he blinks that says a lot—the longer it is, the more time he’s processing. A double blink
shows confusion. We used that a few times in the film. That could be an acting choice for a
human character, too.”
- NEED FOR SPEED – Artists looked at speed skaters to inform the body type and
movement for GoGo Tomago, a passionate student of speed.
- DUUUUUUDE – Artists studied snowboarders, skateboarders and surfers to develop
movement and posture for Fred.
- CHILL OUT – Wasabi, at one time, was a very Zen character with very Zen dreadlocks.
When filmmakers tweaked his personality, they initially decided the neatnik wouldn’t be a
fan of the not-oft-shampooed-do and gave him a haircut. The look didn’t last. It turns out,
everyone was just too attached to his cool locks.
- LOOSE TOOTH – To ensure Hiro’s charming gap-toothed grin stayed intact from any
angle, controls were added to his teeth so animators could make adjustments as needed.
A big thanks to Walt Disney Animation for providing these printables to share!
We hope you enjoy these fun, free Big Hero 6 party printables!
Is there some secret to being able to access the printable? The link doesn’t work when I click on it:(
Hi Jessica, it’s working for me? Did you click the image that says “free printable”?
missy ellis says
i need to print these for my nephew
This is EXACTLY what I needed! Thanks so much you rock!
Thank you for these printables. They are perfect for my son’s upcoming 6th birthday party!
Jennifer H says
You are welcome Michelle!
This was SUCH a fun movie. We saw it last weekend with my college aged daughter. She loved it! I like how the movie really encouraged interested in STEM activities for kids 🙂
My daughter loves to draw so I know she’d love this!
These are great for learning to draw Baymax. This seems to be the cool movie!
My son really wants to see this movie. I may too a bit…
Baymax is so cute, and I love that he is easy to draw too.
My Superkiddo is Baymax crazy these days. He has drawn him all over his school notebooks, and on any blank paper space that he can find lol This printable might just put his imagination and creativity into overdrive
Jennifer H says
How cool Jeanae!
Kimberly C. says
This is the kids newest and most favorite movie right now! I love that not all the printables are just for a party! Time to learn to draw Baymax!
Liz Mays says
Well now I”m going to have to try to draw him. It doesn’t look toooo difficult!
Jennifer H says
I know right? Tempting! 🙂