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“Do Butterflies Drink Turtle Tears?” is our next proposed book project.
Here are some images for the book that I started with a friend, Terry Haley, and hope to publish through AlbinoPigGorilla Press.
The story revolves around two different species developing a symbiotic relationship in order to help one another. Their cooperation shows the other creatures of the forest has a community and help each other.
The story is about a symbiotic relationship between two critters that come from two very different backgrounds, however they learn to work together
Janine de Souza is a Bay Area singer/songwriter who has written and produced a musical called “Brand New Day,” led and founded a Jazz band for 8 plus years while working as a Kindermusik and music teacher.
She is always working on new songs and projects, and it was a blast making these music videos for her. We hope to work with her again in the future.
Up Late… is a parody talk-show about a drunken loser, Giuseppe B, who hosts a late night talk show from his crappy kitchen and has the oddest guests, mostly neighbors or people who get too close to his environs and get pulled into his so-called show.
Santa Barbara is in its first draft form as a feature-length screenplay. This is an animated feature about a Stork who gets injured while delivering a baby. At his crash site in the forest they meet Sasquatch, a Bigfoot, and eventually agreed to help each other deliver Sasha. But Sasquatch has a pesky Bigfoot hunter on his tail and the Hunter soon realizes that he’s onto not one but two mythical creatures and he’s going to be rich and famous as soon as he can capture them.
The script is 83 pages, so approximately 83 minutes, and we have a few people reading it see if it works.
The InvestiGator is a retired police detective Crocodile who hates being called “The InvestiGator” and who now only focuses on lost dog cases. However, being a brilliant but underestimated detective, Croc can’t help but sniff out crime and corruption. This leads him to uncover several murders, a large-scale fraud scheme, and an attempt to frame him for most of it.
We’re narrowing down the basic character design for The InvestiGator in preparation to pitch it to Frederator Studios. We’re also hammering out the broad strokes on the story arc for 3 or 4 seasons.
Up Late… is an animated late night talk show parody about a drunk who hosts a talk show from his crappy apartment. But what’s really going on gets revealed as our host, Giuseppe, gradually starts to realize that his reality is not exactly what he assumes it is. This “show” isn’t as great as he thinks it is. What’s more, it’ probably not even a show, more like penance for something he did.
Wild Pugs is an animated short about a family on a camping vacation whose tasty and aromatic picnic is suddenly disrupted by a marauding horde of unknown ravenous creatures. It comes down to mom to save the day.
We have a preliminary animatic of the whole story clocking in at about two and a half minutes. We’ll be animating this in After Effects and are excited to see it finished.
Recently we launched a publishing arm called AlbinoPigGorilla Press and we re-released a novel by one of us called Oxygen Wars. Originally written as a feature-length science fiction screenplay, Oxygen Wars is the story of a dirt planet that is home to thousands of armored human clone soldiers fighting an endless war. Damage sustained by one soldier’s communication system renders Angus invisible and alienated from his fellow soldiers, but free for the first time in his life to question the war as his dormant humanity finally awakens.
Check out our website, www.alibinopiggorilla.com to keep up on our projects and progress. We also have a Patreon and a GoFundMe page if you’d like to support us.