Skelly is an independently created animated series. What happens when you have skeletons in your closet? I mean, real skeletons?

Living her mundane life, over tired Sarah suddenly realizes that she has a skeleton living in her closet; Not only that, the skeleton runs a bar.

Skelly follows the off-kilter exploits of a 30-something woman who has a literal skeleton in her closet; the thing is, no one believes her, and she starts to wonder if she believes herself. Skelly, the skeleton owns a bar he runs out of her closet. The bar is visited by people who passed or have passed. Skelly usually ropes Sarah into being a bar waitress during his many parties that keep her awake. 

So, how are you going to make this happen?

Good question. In case you haven’t heard, creating independent animation isn’t cheap. Sure, you can get backing from a major studio, but in most cases, you can never say no. Not even if it’s changing a major plot twist in your own story. So, we plan on funding completely on our own! These days, internet-produced animation has become far more common, and it’s very clear that the medium can easily thrive outside of the studio system.

Right now, we are working on making the 30-second theme song; fully animated and fully complete. Once we have that to show, we plan to try and get the pilot episode made — hopefully gaining enough funds from crowdfunding.

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