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This is the story of Katan, a little aztec critter who works as a stonemason on huge pyramid projects. He's an eager, talented employee who beleives strongly in what the project stands for, putting in endless overtime to get things done.

When a less committed, self-serving employee hatches a plan to steal the soul jewel of the temple, the mysterious crystal skull, Katan finds himself under blame and attack from the very monument he helped to create.


I started making this toon November 2008 and finally exported it in January 2010.
Various delays, injuries, graduations and jobs made it hard to focus on for a lot of the time- but it is fairly safe to say that it took a year to make... Which also accounts for the style changes and quality progression evident throughout the four mins of play time ;)

Thanks for watching- and thanks again to Newgrounds for letting me upload such large movie files


Very smooth animation. It is a little upsetting that it doesn't have as many views as it should.

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Everything just fits together so... Perfectly.
My only complaint is that there's not more :p

I can't say anything. I found it wonderful and I liked the fact that it was... Well, I'm just speechless. I loved it and it fully worth his 10-... Five stars. (Newgrounds, why did you change?)

5/5, 5/5, favorited, author favorited.

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You know......

You know this might actually make a good story sequence for a game.

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This is simply awsome keep up the good work =D

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4.42 / 5.00

Mar 6, 2010
8:20 AM EST
  • Frontpaged March 8, 2010
  • Weekly Users' Choice March 10, 2010
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