Due to SERIOUS, bombardment of constant technical difficulties, the video turned out much worse than I had hoped. Not only could I not finish because of Pencil crashing every few minutes, and not exporting to SWF for very long periods of time, but once I did convert to SWF and from that to WMV, Windows Movie Maker cropped my entire animation quite awfully, despite the time I had put into using the Camera Layer in Pencil.
Hopefully (and I ask if) this animation can be judged around the length, and poor editing. I can most certainly edit videos properly, and even better than what shows in my Claymation and Pivot animations considering those are many years old. The length was due to a slow computer, and provided program bugs.
The skill of my drawing and fluidity as well as movements of my animating can be seen in my Pencil Animation Challenge submissions, as well as the problem free Windows Movie Maker editing. The rest of the story can be seen and read in my Storyboard and Script submissions. I ask this to be judged with all of this in mind, and to consider looking at the actual Pencil Program animation. I could not submit a pencil file, as the rules state the formats they must be, so I fullfill the rules by submitting the rough WMV video, but to supplement it, I give the actual file to be viewed in Pencil, where it can hopefully be judged from. All rules and requirements completed and/or fulfilled.