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Video: 'Into the Bayou'

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Razzmic Productions presents Into the Bayou.

Roquin the fox has lost all his passion and desire. He discovers an entry about an exotic and nearly extinct plant in an old botany textbook. He travels to the furthest swamps to find this mysterious plant overcoming various obstacles along the way in this 3 minute video.

This video was created for the Furry Drama Show at Texas Furry Fiesta 2016 convention which had the theme of "Bayou", unfortunately, they ran out of time and weren't able to show it. So it is being presented here for your enjoyment.

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Not sure this is really venue for that but it was... interesting. I suppose you could manage a fair amount refining the techniques there but at the moment it certainly wouldn't be winning special effects prizes. It also makes very little sense.

"If all mankind minus one, were of one opinion, and only one person were of the contrary opinion, mankind would be no more justified in silencing that one person, than he, if he had the power, would be justified in silencing mankind."
~John Stuart Mill~

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Seemed very inspired, like the creator was trying to make due with what they had access too and there ability's. I must say though if I hadn't read the description I would have no idea what was going on, I imagine it would have been quite strange if they had shown it at the con. It might be very fitting though if they played it midway though the dance muted off to the side.

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Razzmic Fox (Jon Kaiser)read storiescontact (login required)

    a fox from Mineral Wells, TX, interested in sci-fi, fantasy, video production and animation