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Apr 2, 2013 | 10:39 AM EDT
  • Weekly Users' Choice April 3, 2013
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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:

http://kck.st/ZsMKBW

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:

Suncreaturestudio.tumblr.com

youtube.com/suncreaturestudio

Therewardfilm.blogspot.com

Also find us on Twitter and Facebook :)

For The Reward T-shirts:
http://www.welovefine.com/featured/76-the-reward-animation-workshop-youtube-animation-sunstudios#.UcK6iT55yyL

Reviews


oodlesofdoodlesoodlesofdoodles

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A little bit gory - which is a bit off-putting - but the story is brilliant and the animation is superb. A fantastic movie that I have already watched before but couldn't resist watching again!! :)



ManasesManases

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Wow... pitched perfectly.



RealSketchyRealSketchy

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Not many animations give me chills. Even big-studio productions. But this is wonderful. It left me thinking of a Pendelton Ward styled world with a Studio Ghibli story.
Absolutely brilliant. Absolutely wonderful.


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AggyQuistAggyQuist

Rated 5 / 5 stars

second full 5 stars ever this was simply perfect with the story and the animations and lets not forget the epic music and sounds

love it!



lufffluffyhipposlufffluffyhippos

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

To this day this is still one of my favorite animations. It has a lot of things that people seem to leave out in their work too often, the most important thing being the storytelling. Animation and other art forms alike (sequential, interactive story telling games, you name it) can be drawn beautifully, but if the story falls flat then so does the overall piece itself. Each main character has a well defined silhouette, personality, and unique attitude; how they walk, act, their expressions, etc. I think that the fact that they don't /speak/ but are still able to tell a very distinct story through their actions is A+++++.


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