My series “The Two,” now officially ends on this last chapter, and if you have been following it since the beginning, I hope you will enjoy and approve of how it concludes.
Wow… I can’t believe it’s over, but it truly is! I will not do another prequel, sequel, or spin-off on this story, which originated with my first SL- illustrated series, “The Colored Dreams.” I can see how another could be possible, within this story-line, but I am ready to start something brand new, whenever my muse points me in the right direction. Somebody asked me if this were based on a true story, and I answered them, that in a very poetic way, yes it is.. a story that I know personally, but have chosen to color, for the screen and not for a black and white auto-biographical questionnaire. I have enjoyed preparing each episode, and it has been for me a labor of love, and even a few revelations, that I too had kept hidden from myself. As I was giving free -reign to my muse (which could be another name for our sub-conscious) to move the story-line along chapter to chapter, I felt the incredible freedom, of allowing a current I was not in control of, to thicken my plot, and carry the story onwards. I am first and really a poet, not a novelist, or a filmmaker, but in this series, I learned so much about story-telling and filming in Second Life. I will once again admit, to all the less than perfect techniques used to make these films, but I do hope that some of that was balanced out by my story-line, the original music, imagery and the telling of it. For those of you who would like to catch up and see ones you might have missed please look to my category here entitled “The Two.” I also have a YouTube playlist that makes it very easy to see them all in order, if you like and can be found here “YouTube Playlist – The Two”. So…here it is Chapter Thirteen, The Final Chapter, filmed on both Kitely – Virtual Worlds on Demand and in Second Life and I offer it to you, my readers and my friends, for your enjoyment, and satisfaction, and may you be pleasantly surprised how it concludes too. As always, the YouTube is in high quality, so feel free to play it full-screen and turn up your sound. Sighs… I am starting to feel a small wave of elation mixed with postpartum depression, which seems to be quite normal after the birth of a large and healthy creative love- child. All good things come to end..and hopefully you will agree that “The Two” fits in that category. All comments are welcome…and Enjoy!!