Things are moving along with the The Dangerously Ever After stop-motion film — the voice actors have recorded their parts, the props and sets are under construction, and the animators have been innovating some new and wonderful techniques for bringing Princess Amanita and Prince Florian to life.
Check out this test animation.
But there’s a hitch. As the film has gotten more ambitious, the sets have gotten too big for Alba Garcia Rivas’s current studio. She desperately needs a new space large enough to fit all the sets during the year that she is animating.
And, as you know if you followed the crowd-funding campaign — the budget’s limited. Can you help her find an affordable space? She’s offering credits on the film plus other goodies.