the history neeed a more of spice
dont say the purpose of the primal caracter
amazing desings (scenary and caracters)
I look forward to these movies, because they are the best demenstration of skill on NG; however, this movie was sub-par for Adam. While the graphics were amazing, they weren't at the level of waterlollies in my opinion -- a huge let down. Though, Adam, I applaud you at finally giving these movies a script -- yes, a slighly cliche one, but still a script. I suppose I would like the detail and care of the old graphics to return and for the plot to continue. Please let these movies be something can look forward to for a year at a time.
Anyways 5/5 and 7/10
I look forward to the next one.
I didn't really like this, as enjoy. It was a little too short. It wasn't too interesting either.
Aesthetically perfect, yes good music, effects, graphics, animation.
Just... it seems to lack something. Feeling perhaps.
It doesn't spark any emotion in me.
Maybe that's the purpose of this animation- to make you mirror his current lack of emotion.
Hopefully, as is suggested, it might pick up.
I'm sorry to those that disagree.
Fairytale Vs. Epic?
The animation was great as ever (though the young Bitey looked unfinished at times), the setting and creatures are really immersive. In other words, the presentation is almost as flawless as ever.
The previous instalments of Bitey have been true fairy tales. This one feels more like a fantasy epic. Perhaps it's the narration, perhaps it's the shots of fighting between monsters and men, perhaps it's the phrasing "the last of the dashkin" and perhaps it's the look of that wizard at the end, who's style is a real break from Wee and the old blue man. Really it's a combination of all of these, and I'm not sure I like it.
The previous episodes were more Lion Witch and Wardrobe, this one is more Lord of the Rings.
I really really liked the fairy tale atmosphere of the previous episodes, and so does your audience in general. The proof is in the pudding: without any trace of epic fantasy, Bitey has achieved celebrity status. Please don't sacrifice this fairy tale feel for the sake of making it more epic. I'm afraid that this new take is not true to Bitey's roots, and will cost him his appeal.