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Jul 10, 2013 | 6:49 PM EDT
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The Youtube version NOW HAS SUBTITLES.... I don't know if and how I can do it here. Check out my youtube if you want subs.

The template for this animation is the myth of the otter and the rabbit. Obviously I've replaced "Otter" with "Lizard." This is only because there seems to be a running gag with "lizard" having their fish stolen among native myth. The otter and the rabbit is the only instance where fish was stolen from someone other than lizard, so... I changed it to lizard.

So here it is Wrip and Calamity put aside their differences (grudgingly) for the sake of betterment... and when I say betterment I mean screwin' with ornery folk...No they won't drown... it's a shallow pool after it's mostly emptied....Can't have them dehydrating.^^0 Sound effects-

UncleSigmund (harmonica guy)
and cms4f



Rated 5 / 5 stars

love the work you do keep up the awesome work


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Very well done! I enjoy your music, the singing and especially love how fluid and serpentine the animation for Calamaty pans out. Very pretty.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

i really love these videos of yours .especially the singing part :) tnx for sharing this . more power to you !!!!!!


Rated 4 / 5 stars

I've never quite fully understood your characters or your plots, but I'm still fully entertained! Very well-done.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Well worth the wait :)

Splendid work, as always. The animation, scenery and flow (particularly the storyboarding) was fantastic and applause inducing. The series continues to carry on in similar fashion, imbued with gentle care as well as heart and soul.

I don't mean to rain on the parade but I do feel the accent and enunciation for calamity feels a little forced and unnatural. I understand what you were trying to go for- but you shouldn't worry so much about emulating something in particular as you should be with making it sound natural. It really takes away from the immersion when a voice seems "hammed up".

Also, shout out to UncleSigmund for some brilliant harmonica magic.


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