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This October, Sharing is Caring 💜


Inktober 2019

We're growing, and we would be so grateful if you would help. Do you know someone who would be interested in the exciting work we do at Drawn from Valor? If so, we would love it if you would send them this link so they can join the email list. After all, sharing is caring! 

This Month at Drawn from Valor ...


276 Storyboard panels sketched

18 New squirrel party guests concepted 8 New character turnarounds created 2 volunteers onboarded to our volunteer animator team 2 Background pan shots designed 2 Blender 3D renderings integrated 2 Toon Boom Harmony training sessions held  1 Scratch voiceover recorded 1 Rough animatic completed 1 Project pitch pitched 1 Character rigged and ready for animation 1 New style guide created 1 Squirrel home setting mapped to the scenes



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A Glimpse Behind the Scenes


We've been busy in pre-production for Oinya's Prize. Pre-production includes finalizing the script, storyboarding each scene, and getting all the details ironed out so we can get to the fun part — animation!!


In the past few months, we've brought on several new volunteer artists to help us in this process. One of those volunteers, Michael Falk, put together this fantastic time-lapse video so you can see how that process works. Just a small glimpse behind-the-scenes to see what we do each day here at DfV. 


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