Pepa really made a top hit out of spite, huh
because people where asking for it, a part 2 to this post!
the colours where a lot harder to match, but i hope everyone likes it
and again, background under the cut because it looked nice
THIs IS THE MADRIGAL SISTERS DYNAMIC POST MOVIE
COME ON LOOK AT THIS PHOTO
HOW IS IT NOT THEIR DYNAMIC
fun fact: alma absolutely had no idea that her kids would get magic powers when they turned 5 . who was gonna tell her? the candle?
she just wakes up one morning and sees three new doors in her house that she assumes are for her three kids, maybe their magic house decided that they're old enough for their own rooms now bc it's their birthday
the funky lightshow when they touch the doors is overshadowed by the fact that her son's eyes immediately start glowing as wind whips around him and he turns to her holding up some strange green object and asks if they're really having a surprise party in town later
alma's shocked, she's even more shocked when a small rainbow appears over her daughter's head when she hears about the party, they all turn to look at julieta who just shrugs and pushes open her door to find a very cute child sized kitchen
the triplets are delighted to see that the rooms are bigger on the inside,
alma has to sit down somewhere and process whatever is happening
Before and After photo. No family is Perfect but together they are stronger
Bonus: just before Casita's "Hug"
Ilustration from official "Encanto" book.
people who demonize abuela alma don't understand or have never experienced generational trauma and if you turn her into the villain, you totally missed the point of the movie in this essay i will
I love the idea of Isabela's part of We Don't Talk About Bruno not being a vision at all. Like, I just imagine Bruno tucking in his niece after her gift ceremony, and he notices she's kinda freaking out after everything in the day, and like:
"He told me that the life of my dreams
Would be promised and someday be mine
He told me that my power would grow
Like the grapes that thrive on the vine"
Only, when he told her it'd probably be worded more like this:
"Kid, you're gonna have the life of your dreams one day, I promise. Your power is gonna grow like... uh... like grapes! Grapes on a vine! Because you're sweet like a fruit, and your power is- okay that one kinda didn't work as well out loud, but, y'know what I mean."
And then little Isabela asks if he saw it in a vision, and he chuckles and says yeah, because it'd be nice to predict something nice for once, and he hopes that this particular prediction will come true.