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Nov 20, 2007 | 8:12 PM EST
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The "One Ring" series returns in a retelling of the classic tale "The Hobbit." Done in a storybook narrative, the first Act has Bilbo and his dwarven companions starting on their journey to steal back their treasure form the vile dragon Smaug. But will they survive long enough? With the wizard Gandalf on their side, of course they will! And don't worry, Sauron and Wayne are in there as well for fans of the older "One Ring" movies.

The plan is to make this a 3 part series, and I'm fully prepared to see it finished. The original version was one long movie, but when I got about 12 minutes in I realized it was way to long. So I split it up. Thanks to Scott Johnson of Extra Life (http://www.myextralife.c om/) for doing the voice for Gandalf!

And on another note, earlier this year I started making comics on my site at http://comic.legendaryfro g.com. Check it out!

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Reviews


RazmereRazmere

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 20, 2007

Can't wait for part two

This was a perfect parody/re telling of the classic hobbit story. Can we expect part two anytime soon?



Hunter747Hunter747

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars November 20, 2007

sweet but wierd

dam thats good, king of creepy but good, i cant wait till the next one comes out!



ConsensusConsensus

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 20, 2007

whoo hoo

this was fantastic, i really enjoyed the pipe and breakfast jokes (even tho, people who haven't read the books probably won't get them), looking forward to parts 2 & 3.


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SamIamSamIam

Rated 5 / 5 stars November 20, 2007

Awesome

Glad to see another flash from you...Anyways that was awesome great job on the animation.


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TommyGunTommyGun

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars November 20, 2007

Rather Pathetic

The animation lacked direction, the art style was appaliing and the animation lack fluidity. The humour, if you could call it that, was rather sub-par to a point in which it was non-existant.

The characters seems too exist in their own universe rather than too relate to each other as any form of communication between several other characters seemd to create a false relationship.

Leanr to animate, learn to establish characters realtionships and for the love of mormon Jesus learn to develop proper narrative progression.