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The Tale Teller

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rated 4.79 / 5 stars
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Drama
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tale
story
poem
medival

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Uploaded
Aug 30, 2016 | 7:36 PM EDT
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Author Comments

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:
http://bit.ly/TaleTellerDev
Get the Music:
http://bit.ly/TaleTellerMusic

Writing, Animation, Direction, Musical Composition and Orchestration by Josiah Brooks

Environment Art by Greg Bartlett
http://www.backgroundart.net

Narrated by Toby Ricketts

Audio Mixing and SFX by Zach Striefel

Violin Performance by Matt Westwood

Project Manager Kate Taylor-Marsden

Reviews


IgnaxioYTIgnaxioYT

Rated 5 / 5 stars

A masterpiece thay cant en explained with words


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HuntizakiwiHuntizakiwi

Rated 5 / 5 stars

And the Oscar goes to... The Tale Teller



ExploderCraftExploderCraft

Rated 5 / 5 stars

this is so sad and amazing!



FireFalcon908FireFalcon908

Rated 5 / 5 stars

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.



LouisetheanimatorLouisetheanimator

Rated 5 / 5 stars

How amazing! I love how they made this. ^^ The story, animation and art is brilliant I just wish my animations were that good.