Memorial Video Animation

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I’ve been wanting to make a tribute video for someone very special to me, who I recently lost. It’s hard losing someone who was such an important part of your life, so it is important to do whatever you can to hold onto the memories you shared with them. I never want to forget Charles. He was possibly the most influential person in my life when I was a child. Watching over me while I slept, coming with me to school (although he wasn’t allowed inside) and taking care of me at sleepovers. Charles really was that important to me.

Of course, Charles was my stuffed bear. I recently lost him to my father, who decided that, as a nineteen-year-old woman, I was too old to be carrying my stuffed teddy bear everywhere I went. Dad took Charles one night and threw him into the fire, then drove to the nearest mountain and tossed the ashes off it. Thanks a lot, dad. I’ll never forgive you for this.

So yeah, I have to think of some way to honour the great life Charles lived. He leaves behind a loving wife and three children, who my twelve-year-old brother is taking care of. I’m thinking that some sort of animation might be best. Mrs Charles has given me access to the inheritance, so money is no problem for me. I’m thinking I might find a 2D animation company that can help me make a wonderful video tribute. That would be really nice for the service, I think.

I have also been asked to give the eulogy, so I’m thinking this animation could play behind me while I speak. Now I just need to find a good video production company for Melbourne animation, and I need one that can get the job done quickly. The service is only a few days away. It is really important that we send Charles off in the right way, and give us all the proper chance to grieve. Of course, none of this would be necessary if not for my crazy father. Unsurprisingly, he thinks this whole thing is insane. Well, he caused it, so make of that what you will.

– Cynthia