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Aug 3, 2003 | 10:40 AM EDT
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Author Comments

The third installment in the Blue Rabbit saga has arrived! Its a little delayed compared to the gap between the first and second, but I've only started working on it recently. It still has the wobbly style, but its less shaky than the previous 2. Everything is still drawn 6 times! There is also a bit more of a storyline, although no speech, so you have to pay attention if you want to understand it! I did it with my amazing Wacom Pen tablet, so its all hand drawn.

A few credits if anyone is interested:
Writer: Dim
Artist: Dim
Music: Moby, 'One of these mornings' from the album '18'.
Tom helped out a little, a few suggestions here and there.

-I hope you enjoy watching it as much as I enjoyed making it.
Leave a review, I always read them, and respond to lots of them.

The Blue Rabbit platformer, based vaguely on the video game section from Another Day Two is nearing some sort of completion. Look out for that.



Rated 4 / 5 stars

i liked it

this one was better than the other ones. it made a little more sense although i was curious to know who actually died. but at least the music fit this time. good job, i liked it


Rated 5 / 5 stars

i loved it

it really touched me because something like that happened to one of my friends this week but they are perfectly fine now...


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Very Nice

The music went with the movie very well.
The style of the lines was great.
Keep up the good work.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


it was good, and i like sguiggly lines, but i dont get it!
what is up with Red and that bird?
what is the significance of the broken window or what does it mean?
why was there a pokeball on top of the pokemon
wont a reviewer explain this to me?


Rated 5 / 5 stars

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A few of the reviewers here are a little too critical, they don't see the drive behind the cartoon, they just see a cartoon with music that doesn't seem to fit.
Well the music DOES fit, you just have to adjust your views to accept the story that unfolds before you :)