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Cowboys

Why did they kill the main character? Why didn’t they kill the horse? I like the story and the how it went

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Act 1 2 and 3

The story was confusing. I think you could add more details to the story and the pictures were blurry. I liked the idea of the story

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Ryan

I like the drawings but the story is hard to understand. Also I think you could get rid of some of the ‘trying’ in the story.

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Lulus Adventure

I like the storyline and the moral of the story. I think getting rid of the camera moving would help and also maybe show some images instead of speaking

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Golden dream

Didn’t he not have friends in the beginning of it

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Act 1 Finley Aspen

I love the story that you say but the skin color is barker in the first senes and light in the other

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Act 1 Storyreel

I love it and the dawnings are so creative 🙂

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Great Protector Pt. 1

I like it overall and I like the fact that you left us with a cliffhanger

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Trail of tears

It’s not bad but not that good ether maybe add some more details

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george and her radio

I like to calm colors and the pincher over all but what is that in the window?

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The Tiny Person Behind the Wall Socket

I like the shapes and over all look but maybe you can add some shading and a little color

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Character

The reason for that was because we had one person absent that day

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Character Profile

I really like the idea of the half-demon, half-Angel and the cracked smile mask. It makes me wonder if she will overcome the bullies, and something that was unclear was how she became half-demon, half-Angel

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