• ♦ HTTYD2 ♦ Finding True Strength

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    THIS IS MY ANUAL SELFISH BERFDAII PROJECT!! B-day is Oct 24th, but I uploaded this early to announce a Skype chat at around 7:30pm EST that day. If you would like to be a part of it add my Skype: twipplestoast.

    Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.

    **This is purely a non-profit, fan-made video. I am in no way related to the media or musical artist.

    (Media is not DreamWorks released clips. Video was edited from the actual movie)

    There are no words to express just how happy I am. Not of how this video turned out (although I am), but of the fact that I FINALLY FINISHED A VIDEO AFTER 3 YEARS!! I mean.... shooo.... and it only took a week (Sep. 16th to the 25th). But dear lord.....this last month has been hell....I mean HELL.....public accusations are flying around and the stress of it all has been nearly unbearable... -_-; if you'd like more information on it you can talk to me on Skype (unless you live in Ky, then you've probably already heard of it).

    Anyhow, inspiration for this video came after I saw the movie in theaters. This song just seemed to fit perfectly and after I drafted the video in my head I decided to go ahead and edit it. Of course I fought with editing to the original song because I loved the rap verse so much, but I knew I wasn't going to edit to all of it, and cutting it up just seemed like a sin. I took a different approach with the style to capture the emotion of the song and the overall whimsical vibe that I got from it. But I wanted to break away from the dark, hopelessness, solemn vibe that's being portrayed lately. The message at the end is an excerpt from my book by Kronan Avalyndi, speaking encouragement to his son before he leaves for war. I'm sure you all are tired of me mentioning it, but it's given me so much to look on during a difficult time such as now and I wanted to share a part of that. So this is my gift to those who need it. :)

    Software: Adobe Premiere Pro vCS5.5
    Media: How To Train Your Dragon 2
    Song: Battle Scars (Reprise)
    Artist: Paradise Fears Show less
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