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May 3, 2006 | 9:55 AM EDT
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    Brackenwood The world of Bitey and company is full of magic and wonder!

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This is the sequel to LittleFoot. If you haven't seen it, this movie will make very little sense ;)
I originally intended the littleFoot sequel to be a movie called 'Waterlollies' of around 6-7 min. I emailed a hero of mine, legendary Pogues whistle player Spider Stacy (the main influence on my own musical tastes) to ask if he would create an intro theme tune of 20-30 seconds that I could use at the start of every Brackenwood episode. He agreed, but he went better than that. He got some mates together and created this amazing 3 min song that kicks arse.

When I listened to the tune for the first time, all I could see in my mind was Bitey rocketing over the Brackenwood landscape. So I decided to create a standalone movie that was basically a music video for this song.

You won't find a story here, just a 3min action sequence that follows on directly from littleFoot.

"Waterlollies" is my next Brackenwood installment which will be finished sometime in March 2007. Check out my site for some preview screenshots.

I also wanna thank all of Newgrounds admin, staff and members for your support of my work. Couldn't keep doing this without ya.




Rated 5 / 5 stars

I can't express enough how I love this music. And the landscapes. Everything!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Even without good knowledge of the original, its still pretty good. I like the song choice, it reminds me of celtic music for some reason. I will look into the original now,


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

cool man


Rated 5 / 5 stars

hes like Deadpool, but faster and more hariy

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Man, even after all these years this piece still gives me chills. Flash animation like this had such a short heyday (I think it hit its peak maybe 2002-2006?), but it's works like this that make me feel that the form really could stand on its own artistically. It was an amazing piece when it was made and it's still amazing today.

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