FINALLY!! This took forever!
This is actually in the series of scenes from Disney movies that make me cry:
And yes this isn't disney, but it's still my favorite childhood movie, maybe even my favorite movie EVA. The scene I was originally gonna do was just the shadow one. I cry. Every time. buuuut the little guy with the cherry I love soo much toooo! so I decided to do a lot of scene, several that make me cry, some, that make me squee (awww baby littlefoot!) and some I added for filler and cuz I thought people would expect it in a piece like this (I actually don't usually cry with LF's mom dieing scene, but in the scene with old Rooter. Hey, he was gonna be in this picture, what happened? I guess my planning didn't work as well as I had hopped. so... I might try fixing up some of the tears and folds along the edges... and maybe the spot where my 2-year-old nephew decided to try to help me (in the middle circle near Ducky) but for right now, I just wanna post it!
The scene with LF and his mom and the setting sun is because I always like the religious symbolism in this movie, about faith
I LOVE the soundtrack... James Horner is AWESOME!
1. Great Migration (littlefoot hatching)
2. Sharptooth and the Earthquake (includes the faith scene)
3. Whispering Winds (LF's mom dieing, the guys fighting over the cherry, the shadow and finally the whispering wind, guess which track is my favorite! ok, it's a close tie with migration)
4. If We Hold on Together (the ending song, dunno why they made it track 4... one of the only non-star wars songs I have memorized, well, most of it, not the third verse, on piano that is)
5. Foraging for Food (Petrie's "WAIT!!" and the volcano stuff is this track)
6. The Rescue/Discovery of the Great Valley (Cera's "I'm coming!", "I tried" and then the "together"
7. End Credits
ahh... I love it all!!
I had a request to make this a print, so I better add some credits:
artwork (c) Me
Land Before Time and its characters (c) Don Bluth, Sullivan Bluth Studios, Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Kathleen Kennedy, and Frank Marshall, Universal Pictures and Spielberg's Amblin Entertainment, or something pretty close to that.