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An old traveling storyteller enters a city with nothing to his name but the stories he has spent his life gathering, which he wishes to pass on before he dies.
This project took a year and over 1,000 man-hours to put together, huge thanks to Zeedox (Greg) for sticking it through with me! I really hope you all enjoy this :)
Behind the Scenes:
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Writing, Animation, Direction, Musical Composition and Orchestration by Josiah Brooks
Environment Art by Greg Bartlett
Narrated by Toby Ricketts
Audio Mixing and SFX by Zach Striefel
Violin Performance by Matt Westwood
Project Manager Kate Taylor-Marsden
A masterpiece thay cant en explained with words
And the Oscar goes to... The Tale Teller
this is so sad and amazing!
This is absolutely amazing.
The art-style is clean, yet detailed. The characters contrast with the backgrounds, but not sharply, more in a way that is pleasing to the eye.
The animation is fluid, and movement realistic.
The sound-effects are well-placed, placing punctuation where needed without distracting from the poem, and using sounds to make viewers feel certain emotions without feeling forced.
The poem was well-done. It easily flowed from one moment to the next. The rhythm was broken for a moment during the mouse in the storm story, but quickly recovered, never losing pace from that moment on.
I could legitimately see the poem having been made a long time ago, back during the golden age of poems. That is some high praise.
How amazing! I love how they made this. ^^ The story, animation and art is brilliant I just wish my animations were that good.
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