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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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:iconkri25:
Kri25 Featured By Owner Aug 3, 2014  Student Digital Artist
<3 ___ <3
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:iconchris-darril:
Chris-Darril Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
*.* *.*
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:iconoliviawhitley12:
OliviaWhitley12 Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2014  Student Artist
Yay To Pocahontas
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:iconchris-darril:
Chris-Darril Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
:P eheh
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:iconarizonaindiana:
ArizonaIndiana Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014
Love it!
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:iconchris-darril:
Chris-Darril Featured By Owner Jul 30, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
thank you so much :D
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AndyofIndiana Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2014  Hobbyist
At the end of the old animated storybook CD-ROM version of this movie, Grandmother Willow (the narrator) said that the peace Pocahontas brought lasted for many.  While I am not sure what qualifies to Grandmother Willow as many years, it would lead me to believe that this takes place in an alternate version of American history in which the United States east of the Mississippi was unsettled by Europeans until decades after it actually was.

Thankfully, since the sequel was made in the no-effort style that plagued many a children's section of VHSes and DVDs, it can be easily overlooked.
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Chris-Darril Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
yeah...that poor terrible sequel. I always want to remember this movie as an only movie without no events later ehehehe
it's also one of my favorites. 
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falcougeplz Featured By Owner May 25, 2014
Beautiful!
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Chris-Darril Featured By Owner May 26, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
thanks :)
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