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The Tale Teller

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rated 4.79 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Drama
Tags:
tale
story
poem
medival

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Uploaded
Aug 30, 2016 | 7:36 PM EDT
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Author Comments

An old traveling storyteller enters a city with nothing to his name but the stories he has spent his life gathering, which he wishes to pass on before he dies.

This project took a year and over 1,000 man-hours to put together, huge thanks to Zeedox (Greg) for sticking it through with me! I really hope you all enjoy this :)

Behind the Scenes:
http://bit.ly/TaleTellerDev
Get the Music:
http://bit.ly/TaleTellerMusic

Writing, Animation, Direction, Musical Composition and Orchestration by Josiah Brooks

Environment Art by Greg Bartlett
http://www.backgroundart.net

Narrated by Toby Ricketts

Audio Mixing and SFX by Zach Striefel

Violin Performance by Matt Westwood

Project Manager Kate Taylor-Marsden

Reviews


ItsInvokerItsInvoker

Rated 5 / 5 stars

This was very impressive. The message wich was given by the main character's disappearance was a sad one but these 3 people tried to make it better. The landscape from the beginning was such a satisfaction for my eyes. When the seasons got changed , his feeling s got aswell wich gave me an undescribable condition.
Congratulation for this perfect made story. I think it didn't make me feel very satisfied but also the others. The hard work wich was done on this animation is very obvious and it totally deserves my and others respect!
Keep going like this because you're going on the perfect way to the victory!



Mark741Mark741

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Definitely respect for animating skills and effort :)



EweluppEwelupp

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Bravo good sir, bravo.



viperkinhviperkinh

Rated 5 / 5 stars

awesome wish for more thing like this



Nero2525Nero2525

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

For me, if you find that time passes instantly once you start a story
where there's not a moment that you've found boring
and you've found your shot emotions soaring
then a good flash is what it be.

Really, the only thing I found off was the story he told to the widow as well as the timing of it, giving the bread only after she listened, but I wouldn't know how that could've been improved.