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The Little Girl

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**Thank you for all the comments and critiques! I'm working on an actual book version of The Little Girl. For all news related to that, visit Skary.net!**

8-minute animated storybook about a small child who has been forgotten by absolutely everyone. She finds a way to be noticed, all right... but at the expense of everyone's lives.

This one is more about the story and the art, so woe all ye who enter here hoping for explosions and fight scenes and stuff. It's hardly perfect, either, but it's a start. If your attention span is intact, you might not mind this one so much.

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Brilliant... It made me tear up, honestly

Very good art style and story, It created the feels.

The first of the shorts from Skary.net I ever saw and a truly beautiful story. Poor Emmeline will never be forgotten again.

beautiful cute sad horrible all at the same time. Amazing artwork and lovely story. And perfect narrating wasn't overdone just perfect all around

This was really cute, depressing, and horrifying all at the same time, poor Emmeline. :(

I wonder what else she could have done... maybe gotten more physical and tugged on her parents clothes when she wanted something? :? Move away to another home with or without her demon friend? :(

This may sound kind of weird, but... this kind of reminds me of the Greek story of Echo and Narcissus, who became one with the wind when she killed herself after falling in love with Narcissus who wouldn't love her back, and who always repeated everything she said because one of the Gods punished her for something. :( Sad. T_T

Curses/Tragic Fates always did scare/depress me.... especially if the person did nothing to deserve it and their completely innocent. :(

If only she could have learned to love and be friends with her little sister...

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4.75 / 5.00

Aug 6, 2005
4:54 AM EDT
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