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Aug 9, 2012 | 4:51 PM EDT
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Starring Young Kajortoq (Kitty). I wish to do several Fables , North American Native Myths, Mesoamerican Myths and even some Tall Tales using my little cast of Fuzz-Butts. And this would be the first (wanted to give it a whorl with something short and Easy).

The lovely thing about Aesop Fables is that they are so dang short and vague You can faff with the feeling they instil. One usually assumes the Fox character is lazy and inherently contemptuous. But with most folk, they don't come to the level of Feeling contempt for the things they want (as is the moral) until quite desperate.... So I tried to make this seem very pathetic. As for the indiscriminate Black evil Ick.... Thaaat actually is in reference to more stuff that will be for a wider story and it's characters, it is enough to know it's dangerous.

Yes I'm working on SSSDC 4..... It has been tough to organize Voice recording during the busy summer.

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ZandolafZandolaf

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 21, 2012

Moar of her please. o3o

Your art is perfect for your type of animations, i wouldn't change it for the better, Your art makes the story very alive. ~<3



PsycoMunkeyPsycoMunkey

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 21, 2012

Very nice animation, Very interesting take on the classic fable. The creeping darkness was a very nice touch.

No Idea why the score isn't higher, but you know....trolls and haters. What're ya gonna do.

5/5 Both, and faved!



MisterBaddeMisterBadde

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars August 21, 2012

lol furry



SaghettiGuySaghettiGuy

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars August 21, 2012

Mediocre animation leaning to good, complete SHIT audio and a good story. Work on getting better sounds and voice or something. it sounded like a horse getting anally raped by farmer john with a pitchfork.



MonakoMonako

Rated 5 / 5 stars August 21, 2012

I don't understand why so many people aren't giving you full stars. Maybe it's just the lack of understanding the story. I however remember reading a bunch of short stories much like this with great simple morals. One was like a fox trying to reach its prey but if it could not merely suggested that there was no way the prey tasted good in the first place. Sometimes not everything needs to have a point so out in the open. Sometimes we need to make our own ideas as to the meaning. So this is very refreshing for a change.


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