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Nov 8, 2005 | 9:33 AM EST
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--Feb 07 update -- Thanks for all the reviews and the continued support of my work.

'littleFoot' is the first part in a two-part story. I know it's been over a year since I submitted Prowlies, but leaving my full-time job last December didn't free up quite as much time for Brackenwood as I thought it would. If I stick to the plan though, I'll release the conclusion of this movie some time before March 2006.

If you like the movie and have loads of spare cash lying about, buy a Bitey shirt from my site ;)

If you'd like to learn the language of the YuYu, you'll find all you need at the Bitey Castle forum.

Use the Spacebar to toggle a playback controller.. sorry but it's very temperamental, especially from the grasslands, onwards.

Finally, if you've always wanted to be Bitey, check out the very first Bitey game called 'BrackenSack', on my site. You play as Bitey.. go to and enjoy :D



Rated 5 / 5 stars

better than most feature length films i've seen...

astounding. amazing. utterly fabulous!
Graphics: by far outclasses any animation I have EVER seen. I thought the backgrounds were great, and the use of focus was impressive.

style: marvelous. The speed and pacing, slow and lingering rather than too fast or choppy, sort of reminded me of miyazaki films (he directed 'princess mononoke' and spirited away-both excellent movies)

sound: the sound quality in itself was really good. I think that it shows great skill that no words were required to tell the story (except for at the end) not only do they not seem the 'talking' types, but the creator has made them expressive enough that they don't need voices.

violence: just enough, not too much. blood and gore and guts would have been out of place.

humour: i don't think this was mainly supposed to be funny, but it had enough moments to keep it light. like the spider thing. and the rock thing.

overall: This was an all - around fine piece of work, and I'm glad i watched it. The creators really accomplished something here in that they took the time to give the characters characters, which makes people like me actually care if the big bigfoot finds the kid, or if the, um, goat thing (what is he to be called?) gets 'stolen' at night. the only problem I could think of would be in not following up on the promised 'to be continued'
I can't wait!

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Expect nothing less...gj man

I must say every flash i've seen from you has been pure art work. Expecting more ^^ keep it up.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

good job

Good flash sweet graphics alittle long..


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Good...very good

Good...very good


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars


Starting off with the improvements from your last films, there is actually some sort of storyline beginning here. And as usual the graphics are well done and smooth, but there is still the lack of usual good quality humor. How many times can the "Bitey" get owned before it gets old. The first time it was okay. But there has been no real changes to the endings of your flash films.