This was great cos it was much longer than usual so could really sink my teeth into the story and not have it stop just when it was getting interesting. It must be fun doing the re-enactments of the book because you get to play with new characters. Though poor Ewart and his cronies must be a bit dust covered.
wow! i like this dennis! nice pics, cool scenes, i love your forest, but, truly, the best has got to be the script, and structure of the story! although i always loved cartoons, i question it s use on moc pages because of the size, the pics areas small as it is, the cartoon framing makes it even smaller, so i personnaly don t use it, of all attempts in that direction i have seen, yours has to be the best! it is simply beautiful! and hardly get in the way of the story! however, i have seen lately someone who enlarged the biggest pic size... this could be the ticket i think, to really put the cartoon style on stage for me! do you know how? awesome castle story dennis!!!
You really managed to create a lot of suspense. What is the wizard going to do? What else could Griffin find out? Is Melvin clever enough to make the right decisions? Dennis, this is really awesome stuff. And one more question comes up to my mind: Will there be any cheese dip in the village of Groo?