Kevin DeYoung Biggest Story | STASH MAGAZINE

“The Biggest Story” Chapter 1

Commissioned by a not-for-profit Christian ministry to promote a book by Kevin DeYoung, this vibrant and detail-rich sequence from the team of Vancouver animator/CD Jorge Rolando Canedo Estrada (aka Jr.canest) and Seattle illustrator/designer Don Clark will appeal to both believers and heretics alike.

Kevin DeYoung Biggest Story | STASH MAGAZINE

Kevin DeYoung Biggest Story | STASH MAGAZINE

Kevin DeYoung Biggest Story | STASH MAGAZINE

Kevin DeYoung Biggest Story | STASH MAGAZINE

Kevin DeYoung Biggest Story | STASH MAGAZINE

Client: Crossway
Writing and narration: Kevin DeYoung
Illustrations: Don Clark
Director of Animation & Production: Jorge Rolando Canedo Estrada
Animation Full Video: Anna Grace Botka, Aurelien Malagoli, Chris Guyot, Chris Long, David Jouppi, David Stanfield, David Urbinati, Eddie Song, Frank Suarez, Grégory VILLIEN, Handel Eugene, Ian Sigmon, Jake Mcbeardish, Jardeson Rocha, John Flores, John Hughes, Joshua Edwards, Joshua Jouppi, Juan Behrens , Juliet Park, Justin Demetrician, Justin Lawes, Kevin Botka, Kyle Martinez, Matt Barrera, Matthew Borrett, Mike Mirandi, Nol Honig, Paul Slemmer, Phil Borst, Remington McElhaney, Riccardo Albertini, Ronald Rabideau, Sang Wook Kim, Sarah Beth Hulver, Thomas Alberti, Tyler Morgan, Victor Silva, Will Fortanbary
Additional Design: Juliet Park
Original score: John Poon
Produced by Crossway
Created for the book, “The Biggest Story,” by Kevin DeYoung

      And if you’re in the mood to geek out a bit, have a look at this rigging time-lapse from animator Kyle Martinez,
      “This definitely isn’t the best or only way, it is just the way that I did it.”

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3 Responses to ““The Biggest Story” Chapter 1”
  1. Jon says:

    Hey Stephen- thanks for posting- here are some additional, updated credits for the project:
    “An animated short film, featuring the work of artist Don Clark and animator Jorge Rolando Canedo Estrada. Written and narrated by Kevin DeYoung. Original score by John Poon. “

  2. John Poon says:

    Quick correction on the credits:

    Voice Over: Kevin DeYoung

    Music: John Poon

    Thanks!

  3. Thanks Jon and John, credits updated.