Hi there, I`ve been a bit busy so it`s taken me a while to comment, but I loved how you drew this powerful ending to this wonderful story of Lilo`s. Your a great artist! You know what, I think they ought to have done an acctual animation sequence of this story in the movie itself when Lilo and Stitch where rehersing it for their hula dance, don`t you agree?. Amazing isn`t it how love over powers death! I was very suprised at how Lilo brought Stitch back to life with her love.
By the way I just thought I`d let you know that I`ve gained some inspiration to make my own drawings of this story, if it`s ok with you. But don`t you worry my drawings will be different to yours, the character poses and viewpoints will be different, it will be all from my point of view (for instance as a goddess I can vison Lilo in a completely different outfit to what she`s wearing here and I`ll be using Mertle as the evil Pele goddess). Furthermore the story descriptions will not be on the pictures themselves like they are on your images, they`ll be typed into the image descriptions. What do you say?
*Cheers atop the roof!!!!* this was magnificent! I heard this tale a lot of times cause this is one of my favorite Hawaiian love stories when I lived in Hawaii 4 3 years. So beautiful and when I watched L&S 2, I literally cried when stitch 'died' <""( and God brought him back, as I would to my Uncle 'if it would work' very well done as others might have already said.