After I finished Mite! last year I got a lot of useful feedback, telling me to work on my lighting and texturing, so I've tried to focus on those more with this one.
My main attention though, as always, was with the animation, because that's what I love. The story's pretty basic, but the premise gave way for a lot of fun inventing ways to keep the characters interesting, and hopefully it's enjoyable to watch. I'm getting some requests to do some tutorials, so I'll have a look see what I can do. Thanks!