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LOST: My Mind

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LOST: My Mind is a colourful and whimsical narrated poem that follows a cute little brain named Fuzzy on his adventures throughout the wonderful and wild places that a wayward mind might go...
Jarrod Elvin is a practising, prolific independent artist and writer. For over 10 years he has producing all-original artwork, comics, short films and other digital media under the business name MickMacks www.mick-macks.com
LOST: My mind is animated in a digital painting style, as opposed to flat 2D animation. It features a beautiful soundtrack by composer Nick Soole www.nicksoole.com

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Brilliant story and animation!

This is a perfect analogy of someone dreaming to nowhere haha

JarrodElvin responds:

Haha oh yes! I'm an expert at that! ;) Thanks!

lovely.

JarrodElvin responds:

Thanks!

That was preeeettyyy freeeeeakin' clever...

JarrodElvin responds:

Hehe, thank you!

It's been a while since I've actually watched a movie off of the front page of Newgrounds that really struck me as yours did.. You did an excellent job. The poem was very clever in how it was written and narrated. It kept me captivated in the story, and the story itself also somewhat spoke to me in interesting ways. I really enjoyed the personification of emotion into beautifully illustrated settings of comical representation. Very well done there as well!

JarrodElvin responds:

Thank you very much for your kind review! That really means a lot to me that you take the time to watch and also write such a thoughtful comment. I'm glad you liked the poem and the artwork as well as the story. I think it's something we can all relate to at times, and the imagery just sets it into extreme examples of those metaphors. Thank you.