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The Fox and the Grapes: No Evil 001

rated 4.08 / 5 stars
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Aug 9, 2012 | 4:51 PM EDT

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Author Comments

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.



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Slowly, but surely, turning into furry.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

moral of the story = you will never reach your goal if you give up. felt like i was watching a crude variation of a samurai jack cartoon, still quite good.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

the animation was somewhat choppy, but decent. the voice acting could use work.
dont give up.
but now for humor... the moral of the story is: dont attempt to reach your goals, because youll never reach them through any means before a glowing vine consumes said goals. your goals were sour anyway.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I'm not sure I see the point of the animation. I see a hungry fox who attempts to pull the sweet grapes from the tree, but then comes to a sad realization when the poison beats her to it. Perhaps i'm just not looking hard enough? I liked the animation though, however short, it makes me wonder about things.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

It's a well animated short and I like the idea of a connection to a recurring theme. Overalll well done.

But holy hell... everyone making comments about furries needs to shut up. That includes supporting and insulting. Whether or not the artist or people who liked the video are or are not "furries" is not the point. Human-like animals have been a part of animation since the beginning. There is nothing sexualized about this character at all. If this was Minnie Mouse or Babs Bunny would you still be making these comments?

Leave it alone, enjoy the video for what it is, and don't let your biases (for or against) affect your reviews.

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