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Mar 7, 2013 | 7:59 PM EST
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"Desert Pete"
Artist: Kingston trio
Composer: Billy Edd Wheeler

I love me some Kingston Trio. This is yet another "fiddly" project.... If I don't put it up now It shall never go up. Real simple plot relevant to the "No Evil" overarching story. These are Ichabod the crane.....Shuddup I like it....... And Chalchiutlique (Calamity) the basilisk. Long story short, they both often have to go out into the world and look for things and this is just one of the situations they run across.

This is less based on a myth and more on an actual occurrence, about which this song was written.... With magic added on my part ^^0



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Love this furs :3


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This perhaps one of my favorites from you thus far. Continue the classic songs and the classic stories with your not-so-classic style. I appreciate your efforts.

And now I finally figured out where Chalchiutlique got that bident.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Great as always. Really REALLY like this one. Your characters flow with the song and Ichabod looking up into the rain at the end is just perfect.


Rated 4 / 5 stars

Calamity? What a lovely name.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

i've always liked your animation and ability to couple said animation to a song, but what i like most are the characters. i really do like how they have no difficulty telling a story without speaking or slipping into song.
but not just that, i like them for their personality, and, in some cases, their wit and their speech. one of my favorite lines from a character of yours, calamity in fact, is "eh, if it's important, it'll come back and bite us in the butt."
i often revisit these animations just to recall the feelings that i experienced when i first saw them.

I like this animation in particular because it is all about putting faith in someone they don't even know, more specifically, making a choice between disbelieving the note and drinking the water they have now or using that water to "prime the pump", having faith in the person who left the priming water there.

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