No–Face symbolizes how children form an identity based on the people around them. Identity is one of the key themes of Spirited Away, most potently expressed in Chihiro losing her name to Yubaba, or Haku remembering he is really a water spirit. … When No–Face reacts violently, it is not because he is evil.
People also ask, is No Face from Spirited Away Bad?
The second main character of this film is not a hero. Nor is No–Face a villain. The spirit is somewhere in-between. … The main time No–Face becomes evil is when it eats a dark spirit.
Herein, how do you draw no face in spirited away?
Why did no face go crazy?
No–Face becomes obsessed with Chihiro, and wants her to see her and her only. He becomes extremely volatile after being fed the Unnamed River Spirit’s emetic dumpling by Chihiro, and, while fleeing from the obviously now-hostile spirit, she calls out to him twice to follow her.
No–Face is a dark spirit who resembles a black humanoid being with a white mask. He devours other spirits and can absorb their emotions into his own soul, causing him to take on their attitudes, especially negative ones which lead to his transformation as a villain. He serves as an antagonist until his redemption.
Yubaba has a giant baby because everyone has a grating weakness they find difficult to manage. Whatever Zeniba’s seal represents, Yubaba wants it because she’s greedy and grasping for power. Chihiro falls into the spirit world because she’s on a hero’s journey, and everything follows from there.
Search for identity: No Face’s name and art design suggest that he is a helpless spirit with little or no established personal identity, and without a place in the spirit world. He is attracted to Chihiro, presumably because she is also confused and homeless, and tries to connect with her.
The Noppera-b? (??????), or faceless ghost, is a Japanese y?kai that looks like a human but has no face. They are sometimes mistakenly referred to as a mujina, an old Japanese word for a badger or raccoon dog. … Noppera-b? are known primarily for frightening humans, but are usually otherwise harmless.
Over the course of the movie his relationship with Chihiro becomes stronger, especially after she learns he is a dragon. This bond eventually leads to them falling in love, for it was their love for each other that broke Zeniba’s spell on Haku.
Lin is portrayed as a human being in the film. In the Japanese picture book (The Art of Spirited Away in English) Lin is described as a byakko (Japanese: ??), a white tiger, in the draft, which was later changed to byakko (Japanese: ??) meaning white fox..
Haku dies after Chihiro exits the spirit world. Someone says that the moment when Chihiro’s hairband which Zeniba gave her shines, it’s the tears of Haku when he dies. … Chihiro will re-unite with Haku when she dies. Because obviously, it’s a spirit world, Haku is a river spirit.