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Krista

I've been watching Lily since week 2 and OH MY GOSH THIS IS AMAZING!!! I absolutely love how even though Lily is an anthropomorphic cat you still made her have cat like behavior. It's hilarious how she tried to chase the light from the giant sea monster. And it's so heartwarming that the sea creature realized Lily's situation and changed its behavior. Keep doing what you love!

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Keith

The animation is amazing. You went above and beyond with the story and drawings.

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Christian (1 like)

That was great, art was awesome, plot was easy to follow, very nice! Character designs are cute, too.

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Jak (1 like)

I like how you use Lily's emotions to help tell the story. Is the planet full of water? If it is, how does the creature stay alive in the ship.

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Israel (2 likes)

cool cat astronaut.

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Andrew (2 likes)

insaneeee!!!!!!

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Quinn (2 likes)

this entire idea was so cool and i love the entire plot

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Sam (2 likes)

The incorporation with the music is really good, I think the narration could use some work. The story seems complete and well created

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Gabriella (2 likes)

This story is really good i love how you made it narration instead of dialogue.

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Haley (2 likes)

I think this story is really good. The music in the background makes me feel like I am in a movie theater. I understand this story the unusual friend is really neat. The art is good!.

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Ke'ala (2 likes)

Wow, are you a professional? This is like the animatics you see on YouTube! Do you have a channel or something I’d totally subscribe. Amazing job, good luck to you and your future endeavors!

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Jacqueline (2 likes)

I LOVED this!!!! The art style is incredible and the character designs are beautiful, simple but not overly basic. The expressions are done incredibly well, and I felt drawn in. The story was written creatively, so well in fact, that it felt like something you'd see in theaters. This comment is getting kinda long, but I just can't stress enough how amazing this is!

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Mónica (2 likes)

I really like your story :)

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Nancy (3 likes)

Wow. I loved your story throughout the entire play from beginning to end. My 6 year old loved the character (a cat like humanoid creature). The drawings were clear and animated. Your voice over was flawless. The story spine was great. The music was just enough not bring too loud. The ending was great. Just love this.

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ava (2 likes)

Thank you so much! I'm so glad you liked it!

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After crash landing on an alien planet, covered in water, a cat astronaut named Lily must learn to face her fears. After losing pieces of her ship, she has to explore the depths to recover the parts she needs to get home. Along the way she meets an unlikely friend, and faces a dangerous monster on the new planet. But can she face her fears alone?

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