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The Reward

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Apr 2, 2013 | 10:39 AM EDT
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The main characters are Vito and Wilhelm which names mean full of life and strong-willed warrior.

We are developing The Reward into a series (along with a comic and DnD campaign book) you can see the now finished campaign at:

The Reward was made at The Animation Workhop. It is directed by Mikkel Mainz and Kenneth Ladekjer, Bros for life. See end credits for the team :) We now made Sun Creature Studio, a company made to bring you more series and films like this (Together with Bo Juhl). For more about The Reward:

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

Brilliant, great fun to watch!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Saw this a few weeks ago via facebook, Fantastic piece of animation, story telling and artwork. each moment is a pleasure to watch, i have fully supported your kick-starter campaign and hope the very best for you and your team! 10/10 Fav'd and already shared with all my friends!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Best animation I've seen. And I am really, really, really into the fantasy adventure stuff. I wish I was in this world :)
You deserve 5 stars for this 9 minutes and 1 second of epicness!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

This is one of the best animations I've ever seen, good story and pulled together nicely!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent! Really nice animation and great story. Even without voice acting (besides the noises) you guys were able to create a movie wich I enjoyed viewing until the end. Though I kind of suspected the ending ;)
The idea that the journey itself is the real reward behind this kind of treasure hunt isn't very new, but the two different protagonists, the landscapes, the monsters! I loved it! I also laughed at the close-up of the "hero" in the beginning of the movie, well drawn!
I just noticed one thing, in the end, when they realised what the "real" treasure was and start to throw their hands to each other, the swordsman reaches out with his right hand, but when they meet, it is his left hand which is "shaking" the one of his friend. And there, his left hand isn't missing the two fingers he lost battling the thieves. :)