Goodnight Sweet Prince

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It's sort of that awkward in between drama and humor type of story that no-one really likes but are fun to make anyway.

Made entirely in black and white.


Moral of the story,...

beat your kids.

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That's not a fairy tale

That's a Brothers Grimm Tale

test-object responds:

Brothers Grimm are better storytellers than Shakespeare. Although Titus was pretty cool.

Wowee, okay.

That was fairly dark I guess! I've always loved your style man, great work.

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Love yer drawings too, mate. Bristlebench is dope.

"Goodnight Sweet Prince" - Excellent Foreshadowing

"Goodnight Sweet Prince" is such a perfect title for this twisted bedtime story. I guess he reached the deepest slumber of all.

I love the animation style you used. Very expressive and detailed. The opening scene of the tired parents and the bouncing child flawlessly created the setting of a mother putting a hyper child to bed with a moment incorporating story. The writing and scene selection purposely lead the viewer into the comfort zone of "humorous slice of life," while slowly dropping hints to the contrary along the way.

I loved the way the castle and walls were drawn in particular. They provided a nice dark backdrop to foreshadow the story's more sinister theme, while lulling the viewer into a false sense of security; creating a seemingly innocent fairy tale world for the characters. The symbolic use of a raven, as opposed to a sparrow or other bird usually associated with good fortune, was also an enjoyable tidbit of foreshadowing.

The character designs remind me of block printed illustrations that were in my childhood copy of "Grimm's Fairy Tales" and really enhanced the experience.

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That was..

Such a.. Odd ending. But then again not, since If we think back, stories use to be dark and scary as all hell.

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4.09 / 5.00

Jan 19, 2012
6:46 PM EST