This is my interpretation of OctoberAzriels The Dance of The Moth for the "Scripts to Flicks" contest. It was a great piece to work with, since, besides being well-written, it left a lot of room for my own ideas, visually speaking. You can find that original poem, here: [link]
I also couldve ruined the whole affair by making it too mushy. I wanted an otherworldly vibe more than something Hallmarky that I couldve done if I let myself go on autopilot, and hopefully Ive done a decent enough job on that end.
Source imagery used in the film by following the links, below: [link]
a.k.a. Pareia: artist, pirate, longtime lover of all things Three Rings. I've been on Whirled for a good year and half now. You cannot even comprehend how loud I squealed when I saw this contest.
99% of content made by me. Exceptions are the Ghosthunters game and sadiekate's self-baking cookies. <3 for coding the butterfly and blinking eyes. Tool of choice: Illustrator CS3
Room SPOILERS Below! EXPLORE first before reading on! There are a total of 5 rooms. In a "Choose Your Own Adventure"-esque style, there are two different ways the story can be told. Both has it's rewards. Yes. There are cookies.
-Little Red's Forest: The Centerpiece. The Oomph. The Wow. The "holy peas, I can't believe I spent two weekends making that". It's a trek from light to dark with two paths. You can visit your grandma via the path through the hedge or take the erm... "shortcut". Hey Mononoke fans, there are Kodamas! Other rooms: If you take the path through the hedge... -A Clearing in the Forest -Grandma's Cottage If you take the path through the forest and manage not to get eaten by wolves... -A Brightly Lit Glade -Grandma's House
Of course, you can always revisit the room to take another path