This is one of my more serious submissions which doesn't need any violence or blood to prove so. Delaware Boy is a project I have been working on for a few weeks now. However due to other projects (the Delaware games), I never got around to finishing this one. It took a lot of time and effort to make this possible, along with the beautiful music provided by the NG Audio Portal. After finally finishing this I am satisfied beyond mention, and I think that this will be given an award for its depth, creativity, artwork, sound, and overall quality. This movie isn't your ordinary submission, it is more. It is the very conspiring force of magnificent masterpieces in the past that have crafted this piece of art. Its true character is brought out by a single blob, lost in a big, dark world. His imagination is the only driving force that can take him to places he has never imagined. Through space and time he is always there, he is life. Delaware is the creator of all that is and all that will ever be. He is the well known and often credited deity of truth and justice. Delaware is God. This is the only truth we will ever need to know for our measly lifetimes. For there is only one great being to judge our actions and judgment. In this particular film, Delaware embarks on a quest into the unknown seriousness of the outside world in which he has created. It has only started from here, there is no turning back. It is up to him to run through the walls of darkness and sorrow. And at last conclusion we are left with one single question. Why is thou not sustained to one's be it should? This question has stumbled the top historians around the world with flying colors. Its depth and meaning is locked within the very question itself. Only those who have experienced this will be able to even come close to conceiving an answer. After all, we are only human beings. We are not gods, or even spirits. We are the smallest of the small, smaller than the animals in the fields. Smaller than the insects in our walls. Smaller than the tiniest of cells. Because we are the only species in the universe who does not understand why thou should. We are therefore the most insignificant life-forms ever to exist. We will never be able to answer the most simplest question ever conceived. We are nothing.
I would like to thank the audio composers for their amazing work putting together the music for this masterpiece.