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littleFoot

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--Feb 07 update -- Thanks for all the reviews and the continued support of my work.
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'littleFoot' is the first part in a two-part story. I know it's been over a year since I submitted Prowlies, but leaving my full-time job last December didn't free up quite as much time for Brackenwood as I thought it would. If I stick to the plan though, I'll release the conclusion of this movie some time before March 2006.

If you like the movie and have loads of spare cash lying about, buy a Bitey shirt from my site ;)

If you'd like to learn the language of the YuYu, you'll find all you need at the Bitey Castle forum.

Use the Spacebar to toggle a playback controller.. sorry but it's very temperamental, especially from the grasslands, onwards.

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Finally, if you've always wanted to be Bitey, check out the very first Bitey game called 'BrackenSack', on my site. You play as Bitey.. go to and enjoy :D

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Whenever someone who makes those crappy GoAnimate Caillou videos says that flash is a bad animation tool, i show them this

Wow Amazing animation its truly amazing

I LOVE IT!!! 20000/10!!!❤❤❤

cute!!

Everything about this animation feels so real, so natural, so understandable. How Littlefoot freaks out from the leaf and stick, and especially how the camera kept looking back at the two hairy beasts as Littlefoot kept looking back, seeing them do actions in the distance knowing of the tension between the two parties. If you've ever been in an argument with someone from a distance, you'll understand that it was BRILLIANTLY translated in this animation. Beautiful Work.