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LITTLE WINGSTERS

Little Wingsters: putting the ‘mess’ into messengers!
RESCUE ADVENTURES  |  3D ANIMATED TV SERIES  |  26 X 11 MIN  |  AGES 6 – 8

 

 

Little Wingsters

LITTLE WINGSTERS: PUTTING
THE ‘MESS’ INTO ‘MESSENGERS’!

RESCUE ADVENTURES  |  3D ANIMATED TV SERIES 
  26 X 11 MIN  |  AGES 6 – 8
 
Little Wingsters is a courier company on the tiny planet Winghaven, from where the mighty Moya sends four angels to help children everywhere, but …when they mess up, who will un-mess the messengers?
Little Wingsters is a courier company on the tiny planet Winghaven, from where the mighty Moya sends four angels to help children everywhere. But when they mess up, who will un-mess the messengers?

Premise

Genre: Rescue adventures  |  3D animated series  |  26 x 11 min  |  Age 6 – 8  

For many reasons, children sometimes want to give up. The Little Wingsters remind them 1) they can choose their reaction to any event. 2) They are never alone.

The main reason for this story is to show children their own power; to let them pause and imagine their favourite angel(s)… 

When they ‘hand it over’, their own minds can relax and find a solution.

For many reasons, children sometimes want to give up. The Little Wingsters remind them 1) they can choose their reaction to any event. 2) They are never alone.

The main reason for this story is to show children their own power; to let them pause and imagine their favourite angel(s)… 

When they ‘hand it over’, their minds can relax and find a solution.


There are many reasons why children sometimes want to give up. The Little Wingsters remind them 1) they can choose their reaction to any event. 2) They are never alone.

The main reason for this story is to remind children of their own powers; to let them pause and imagine their favourite angel(s) and call for help. When they ‘hand it over’, their minds can relax and find their own solutions.

Winghaven up close

Winghaven up close

Overview


At the core of the tiny planet Winghaven is Moya, a playful swarm of lights who listens via the planet’s earphones to children everywhere. Feathers on the Skynaps tree catch star seeds, forming cocoons to hatch new angels.

In Episode 1, Coco hatches, meets Moya, learns the Rules, finds her apartment in the Keep, and goes on her first project.

In each episode, Moya assigns our heroes a project. The post-box screen shows the latest situation involving mainly two siblings, Trevor and Casey – this family being the human component. The Wingsters are there instantaneously with their specific gifts, communicating with each other by thought too, all grasping a situation instantly. Or so they think…

Chaos ensues: Punki brings creativity, but Inga supplies patience so the child can complete. Xuki jumps in with logic but only Coco brings joy. Soon they’re all busy.

Then Moya must rescue the rescuers with coincidences, odd events and sparkles here and there. So they never disappoint her…
 

Overview

At the core of the tiny planet, Winghaven is Moya, a playful swarm of lights who listens via the planet’s earphones to children everywhere. Feathers on the Skynaps tree catch star seeds, forming cocoons to hatch new angels.

In Episode 1, Coco hatches, meets Moya, learns the Rules, finds her apartment in the Keep and goes on her first project.

In each episode, Moya assigns our heroes a project. The post-box screen shows the latest situation involving mainly two siblings, Trevor and Casey – this family being the human component. The Wingsters are there instantaneously with their specific gifts, communicating with each other by thought too, all grasping a situation instantly. Or so they think…

Chaos ensues: Punki brings creativity, but Inga supplies patience so the child can complete. Xuki jumps in with logic but only Coco brings joy. Soon they’re all busy.

Moya's office

Winghaven inside and out, showing Moya at the core, meeting with the Little Wingsters after a gig.


Ignatius the flying sheep
Ignatius the flying sheep

Cocoon, Little Wingsters world
Detail from Little Wingsters. This is Coco’s cocoon.

At the core of the tiny planet Winghaven, is Moya, a playful swarm of lights who listens via the planet’s earphones to children everywhere. Feathers on the Skynaps tree catch star seeds, forming cocoons to hatch new angels.

In Episode 1, Coco hatches, meets Moya, learns the Rules, finds her apartment in the Keep and goes on her first project.

In each episode, Moya assigns our heroes a project. The post-box screen shows the latest situation involving mainly two siblings, Trevor and Casey – this family being the human component. The Wingsters are always there instantaneously with their specific gifts, communicating with each other by thought too, all grasping a situation instantly. Or so they think…

Chaos often ensues: Punki brings creativity, but Inga supplies patience so the child can complete. Xuki jumps in with logic but only Coco brings joy. Soon they’re all busy.

As you’ll hear in their song: ‘Sometimes we may get it wrong, but our Moya makes us strong!’

Moya's office

Winghaven inside and out, showing Moya at the core, meeting with the Little Wingsters after a gig.


Ignatius the flying sheep
Ignatius the flying sheep

Cocoon, Little Wingsters world
Detail from Winghaven:
Coco’s cocoon.

Moya’s Singing Planet

As you’ll hear in their song: ‘Sometimes we may get it wrong, but our Moya makes us strong!’

I first heard Stuart Ziegler’s music live at an exhibition by Katherine Glenday. Two musicians performed with stones, shells and various other objects from nature. Stuart then mixed these with music he supplied.

I hope to collaborate with him to supply the track for Moya’s mashups which will probably include many more everyday sounds. Here is an example. I imagine the planet floating through space emitting music that Moya puts together from the sounds of Earth. Another inspiration is the work of Felix Labandwho also incorporates everyday sounds, like a bath draining, bits of conversation etc.

Here’s the ‘Song of Wings’ which plays out each episode, can be used as the base for general theme music and as part of Moya’s mashups. Scorecloud is a great tool for non-musicians, like a speech-to-text app for music. 

The music awaits an expert’s touch!

Moya’s Singing Planet

I first heard Stuart Ziegler’s music live at an exhibition by Katherine Glenday, where two musicians performed with stones, shells and various other objects from nature. Stuart then mixed these with music he supplied. Sadly it’s no longer online.

I hope to collaborate with him to supply the track for Moya’s mashups which will probably include many more everyday sounds. Here is an example, also by Stuart. I imagine the planet floating through space emitting music that Moya puts together from the sounds of Earth. Another inspiration is the work of Felix Labandwho also incorporates everyday sounds, like a bath draining, bits of conversation etc.

Here’s the ‘Song of Wings’ which plays out each episode, can be used as the base for general theme music and as part of Moya’s mashups. I’m doing this with ScoreCloud. This is a great tool for non-musicians, it’s like a speech-to-text app for music. 

So that’s why the music awaits an expert’s touch…