The Life of Story Bred From Your Stories of Life – The Memory Bank of Life.
As a visual storyteller it is a goodvibe to infuse life into your stories of which you have experiential knowledge.
Imagination and tangible life creativity are synonymous.
To harness an aptitude and compelling of ones own imaginative ideals and to bring them forth in tangibility is the human species most prized possession, in my humble experience and opinion.
To be able to compel dynamic visual stories is to engage the life force creativity you have at your disposal is a force that can enable a good deal of self empowerment.
Many aspects of successful and dynamic throw downs of compelling animation and visual narrative are universal to a shared human condition. In psychology and in emotion.
To be able to discern ones own aptitude of creative expression and to be able to exaggerate and compel it for the purposes of entertainment and engagement to your fellow human is a complete and advantageous thrive.
We as a humanity, regardless of the stations we keep, the cultures from which we are bred or the sexual orientations of which we inhabit, are all connected on a universal level.
One beautiful part of being human is your sovereign right to create ahead of you as you please, as well as your aptitude to learn from and acclimate your own growth by the experiences and memories you have contained within you.
This personal project is a hybrid of recent relational dynamics as well as a memory I have from being raised in a family of nine with three older brothers.
The dynamics of sibling rivalry and support are omnipresent in any family dynamic and to be able to process them and acknowledge their impact upon you enables you a good deal of self knowledge, and catharthis, if needed.
Although this animatic is exaggerated in the exposition of some of the action, it was inspired by real events that seemed completely common place at the time of their happenings, but now as a mother and in a coherent adult state of condition, make for very interesting self reflection of how maniacal instances actually were in my childhood experience.
I believe they do and am proud to have accomplished this personal project upon its completion.
I have purposefully left out any sound or dialogue to adhere to the WALT WAY standard of compelling dynamic animation to see if the visuals stand alone in their own right.
In loving memory of my brother Anthony Edward Arnold whose ideas and implementation of ideas never left for a dull moment in the Arnold household and made for my evolution of a very thick skin.
A dignified implementation of mine own, as a healing to process and acknowledge the life he was able to live despite the abusive and oppressive encumberances bestowed upon him.
Additionally, to my SOUL brother from another mother, “Peter Rabbit”, in the Canadian Armed Forces. One of the kindest and bravest hearts I have had the privilege to encounter.
I hope you enjoy it!