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POCAHONTAS - Colors of the Wind by Chris-Darril POCAHONTAS - Colors of the Wind by Chris-Darril
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Drawn: May 11th 2012
Program: Adobe Photoshop
From: POCAHONTAS
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"Colors of the Wind"

"Have you ever heard the wolf cry
to the blue corn moon
or asked the grinning bobcat
why he grinned?
Can you sing with all
the voices of the mountain?
Can you paint with all
the colors of the wind...
Can you paint with all
the colors of the wind?"

This artwork (there's no "copy and paste", it's all made from the beginning) was made inspired by the emotional Disney classic, "Pocahontas". The last scene, also for unforgettable Alan Menken music, with the track "Farewell", is emotional as ever and shows the ship, with John Smith on it, going away from Pocahontas that on a drop watches his love moving away to England. The scene on the top is instead the kiss before Kokoum gelosy attack, made with the technic of new age arts, the same during the song, icon of the movie, "Colours of the Wind" when Pocahontas sings "Can you paint with all the colors of the wind?" becoming a wonderul mix of colors fightin' within.

Please keep your comments about the illustration.

Arts by Chris Darril
(DARRIL Asylum).

Characters from POCAHONTAS universe
(Walt Disney)

*Walt Disney © All rights reserved.
*Please do not copy, use [icons, avatars, etc.], reproduce, or redistribute the art for any reason other than personal use.
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RoseGirlXS Featured By Owner Oct 11, 2014
I'll admit that I prefer John Rolfe over John Smith, but this is really beautiful.
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Chris-Darril Featured By Owner 3 days ago  Professional Digital Artist
I'll remain always faithful to Poca-Smith XD I totally hated the 2nd film (also if I know how the story in reality was). BTW thanks a lot for your comment about, too kind :D
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RoseGirlXS Featured By Owner 2 days ago
Your welcome. I can respect the fact if people prefer Pocahontas with John Smith---after all, he was her love interest in the original movie. I'm kind of stickler for historical accuracy, and that's one of the reasons I prefer the Pocahontas/John Rolfe-pairing.
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Princetongirl246 Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2014
This is one of my favorite movies.
Breathtakingly beautiful work.
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Chris-Darril Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Mine too, I love it. It's a pure art movie. Enchanting and so emotional.
Btw very thanks for your comment :D thanks a lot
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XiiiBeatoSensei Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow this is just incredible :clap:
This could have been a perfect movie poster :)
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Chris-Darril Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
That could certainly be a great honour for me ehehehe also because it's one of my favorite movies ever :D
eheheh, btw, thank you so much! Too kind :)
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XiiiBeatoSensei Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It's 1 of my favs too :)
And you're very welcome!
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Chris-Darril Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
I hope you will enjoy also my other works based on Disney universe and others :D
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laurenlittledove Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2014
Breathtakingly beautiful.
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