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A tale of two snails and a nettle. Also features mildly aggressive ants, evangelical woodlice and a russian spider.
Written & Animated by Gareth Morinan (gmorinan.com)
Illustrated by Adela Pickles (vimeo.com/adela)
John Henry Falle (@BetaMaleJH)
Dec Munro (@decmunro)
Darren Maskell (@DarrenMaskell)
Jo Selby (joselby.com)
& Gareth Morinan
Thanks to: Martin Pickles (martinpickles.com)
The voices and subject matter were really great. The humour was well executed and the animation was fairly well done as well. Good Job
Quite good, though you guys might want to invest in a better mic.
that's good. that's really good. i love this. there should be all kinds of snail adventures. but don't be so obvious with the morals next time, it tends to make a video drag along.
This is cool. Although the main characters audio quality is a bit dodgy, it (in fact all) the voice actors did an epic job!! Script was likewise intelligent and ludicrous; a good comedy match. Aside from one lack of lip sync at the very beginning, the animation was compelling, pretty. Good show indeed.
This is DISSSGUSTINGly good. I was completely engrossed into the story, I loved the yellow snails dialogue and voice actor...the idea of wood being an insect diety was satisfying, and I would love to see a continuation of this setting, this universe of characterized bugs. I liked it a lot! Got a couple of solid chuckles out of me, so I voted 5!
A short film about a park bench
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