FURR: Triassic Snark (Prologue)Over the next couple of weeks I'll be posting the script for the "Lost FURR Episode" which was unable to be published before Flipnote Studio shut down. Comments and feedback would be greatly appreciated and welcomed
The following is not technically part of the story, but instead an "overview" of past episodes to get everyone caught up to date
The Story So Far......
The white cat sat on the front porch of the clubhouse staring at the stars above, the light of the waning moon reflecting off of his light-blue eyes. He was deep in thought and contemplating what was soon to come, the anticipation had been keeping him up for quiet some time. In a few hours, when the morning sun arose, he and his companions would pack their bags and leave on their all-payed-for vacation. It was only a few weeks ago or so that Loki, the mischievous raccoon with a bizarre moral-code of self-contradictory rules, came to them with an offer. Loki told them that his family was having a
Of FURR and P.I.T.S: A Reflection (Basics) 1The first entry in a series of self-reflections of two series that I have worked on, comparing and contrasting the two.
FURR (2009): A Flipnote Hatena series, FURR followed the misadventures of several cats, a fox, a wolf cub, and (sometimes) a raccoon.
Phantom In The Summer (2013): A Colors!3D series, PITS followed a cast of various characters as they dealt with werewolves in the wilds of South-Western Australia and over-blown Hollywood production issues.
The premise of the two series is similar and different in several ways: firstly both series followed a cast of different characters and their adventures following a multi-branched plot-line. While Phantom In The Summer mostly at least "TRIED" to keep things mostly grounded, FURR as a series was completely off-the-rails zany and insane. It is interesting to note that there are some (unintentional) similarities to the main-cast of both series.