The three principle artist who worked on the film were left handed.
Though primarily a digital work, over 550 sheets of paper were used
for story-boarding, character design, note keeping and scripting purposes.
In it’s digital form, the final film was constructed of over 8,000
digital files and 1450 Gigabytes of high definition video.
Director Mike Conroy did not cut his hair or shave in the three
and a half months it took to animate the movie and coincidentally
looked like something from the Jabberwocky.
Director Mike Conroy moved his primary computers from his studio to
his home so he could work longer days to complete this work.
Lewis Carroll’s real name was Charles Lutwidge Dodgson.
We estimate over 50 gallons of coffee, 70 gallons of water and 200
sandwiches were consumed during production.
Artist Jacob Farrell spent at least 22 hours singing “Will You
Won’t You”, in the shower, at home, in the office and while driving his