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the Last of the Dashkin

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Dec 9, 2009 | 11:48 AM EST
  • Frontpaged December 11, 2009
  • Weekly Users' Choice December 15, 2009
  • Review Crew Pick December 15, 2009
  • Daily Feature December 10, 2009

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This is the story of the last of the dashkin. The people are all gone and in a world of innocent animals, the solitude, the sadness and bitterness have corrupted his view of life. What does the future hold for such a tragic creature? Will he wander the planet, forever alone until his death? Will he always be the wild King of Brackenwood?

It's a massive honour to be nominated for a 2nd Tank Award, thanks NG! Thank you for front page, all the great reviews and the incredible score for Daily Feature.
Thanks to Brackenwood fans and donors for all the support not only during the 4 weeks I spent making this, but also in the 2 years since I submitted Waterlollies.

Since then I've been working on the Brackenwood feature film outline with my good friend Ryan O'Loughlin. With no plans for a new web episode in the meantime it occurred to me that Brackenwood fans could be waiting years for the feature. I didn't want to abandon them altogether, so this new movie is my way of staying in touch with them and the NG audience.

This is the first Brackenwood short to break away from the "character introduction" style movies that had little or no character motivation and plot. This is a story, not only answering a lot of questions, but asking just as many new ones.

I used Flash CS3, the .fla is over 300MB (half of that is audio) and it took me 4 weeks.
Don't worry I won't be leaving it another 2 years. I plan on starting storyboards on the conclusion in jan-feb 2010.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

WOW from all the series this one was somthing.

I loved the fact that the creature past had been, obscurely given. leaving me with bouth questions &answers.

besides his mischief as amusing as it is funny. like children's.

I gave the movies before a 10 (of biety's), but by palnting a complex story this well; you exceeded my expectations . I will wach for the next one.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

it is very good

i find that this video has me begging for more. i can not wait to see the next one. KEEP EM COMIN


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Interesting hmmm...

Putting a story to old Bitey is an interesting twist. I want to see more.

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Rated 4 / 5 stars


The narrators voice acting is great, but the script she reads is bit too obvious. She kind of explains all the thing that are allready said by the animations and face expressions.

Basic rules of drama: don't just say it out explicidly if you can show it through a story.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I Raged A Little

Seriously. The end left me wanting more. Some folks have said earlier that this piece was lacking creativity, but I'm looking forward to seeing just how exactly you deal with Bitey's heritage and the interaction with this newfound magical creature.

I had never thought of Bitey in a sense of the only "intelligent" being in a world of animals. In a previous animation, the interactions between some of the creatures certainly imply human intelligence. Also, if Bitey is the only "intelligent" creature in a world of animals, where do Bingbong and his people fit into the puzzle?

chluaid responds:

not sure why some people think Bitey is the "only" intelligent being. He's never been the only one. Just the last of his kind.