Sneak peek of our twisted WIP Indiegogo perks from Invictus Designs!
It’s an exciting time at L7 Pictures! In parallel with Only a Dream, we’re also pushing our virtual studio infrastructure to greater heights with the help of our new software engineer, Benjamin Berg. As the gateway to our production pipeline, Benjamin’s interface will facilitate collaboration between artists from around the world, taking our projects from […]
Actor William Baldwin LOI to produce and voice a character in a possible Only a Dream feature film. Please help support our upcoming Indiegogo campaign. We hope to launch in about a month! Learn more at OnlyADreamMovie.com
It was so fun to see the brilliant mind of our character designer Pierre Perifel, as he chewed on different approaches for our villain as the story developed. Eventually we arrived at a vision from Lucy’s troubled past, a design inspired by the wild incarnations of David Bowie – but along the road, Scarecrow was […]
Carlos Baena and his La Noria campaign inspired us to go with Invictus Designs for several of our Indiegogo perks. This is the final piece of our puzzle before launching. To quote the great Orson Wells (and Paul Masson), “We will sell no wine before its time.” Indeed, Invictus is crafting a delicious rose we […]
I’m pleased to say we’ll soon be announcing a launch date for Indiegogo! Just a few more goodies to add to our super cool perks list and we’ll be ready to kick things off! Until then, we bring you The Wreckoning.
Charlie is Lucy’s best friend and a tough tomgirl who doesn’t take anything from anyone, which lands her in trouble from time to time, but never a truer friend will you find. Designs by Pierre Perifel
Only a Dream isn’t only about shadows and doom. We have sunshine too. At its heart, Lucy is a story about connecting with others. Movie moments by Pierre Perifel
Does mainstream animation need to be only for young kids/families? As long as it’s a 4 quadrant movie, is it not as valid as any storytelling medium? Can we spread our wings as an industry into most any genre, and still be successful at the box office? Join the discussion!
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