titanic tribute

”’I have lived with you for forty years,’ Ida said to her husband. ‘I have loved you, and I would rather die with you than live without you.’ He had always been sure of her love, but never more than at that moment.”

-A Titanic Love Story by June Hall McCash

It’s a day late, but here is my drawing tribute to commemorate and remember the lives that were lost on the RMS TITANIC 104 years ago. I just finished reading a book about Ida and Isidor Straus and was not only was I captivated of their love story but their entire life. So I felt it was appropriate to draw their last moments together for this day. 

For those who are wondering if I’m going to start on my animated shorts about the people on board the Titanic, the answer is yes! With moving to a new city and starting a job in my field this past year, my personal project took a back seat for a while. But I’m determined to start and create some animation that will honor and reflect on the different accounts from the passengers and crew who were aboard that fateful liner.


RIP James Horner (1953-2015) - The great composer of nothing less than 156 projects, died yesterday on a plane crash. Horner’s music was known for his distinctive use of chorus or soloist; or in the case of villains’ presence a four-motif note was easily recognisable, sometimes to the point where audiences already knew not only who’s providing the music but could also point out where else such similar theme was used. The peak of Horner’s career was with Titanic (1997), the biggest-selling orchestral soundtrack in history, earning him two Oscars (also as composer of the hit My Heart Will Go On), two Golden Globes and two Grammy’s, in addition to the other 3 he had, for Glory (1989) and An American Tail (1986). The list of directors he was closely associated has names like James Cameron, Phil Alden Robinson, Ron Howard, Mel Gibson, Alan J. Pakula, Phillip Noyce and Edward Zwick, working with them more than once. Credits include: The Hand (1981), The Dresser (1983), Cocoon (1985), Aliens (1986), The Name of the Rose (1986), Field of Dreams (1989), Dad (1989), Class Action (1991), Patriot Games (1992), Sneakers (1992), Swing Kids (1993), Legends of the Fall (1994), Apollo 13 (1995), Jumanji (1995), Ransom (1996), Enemy at the Gates (2001), A Beautfiul Mind (2001), House of Sand and Fog (2003), Troy (2004), The New World (2005), Avatar (2009), The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) and most recently Southpaw (2015) and The 33 (2015).

anonymous asked:

ok so ive been seeing hella titanic animash tributes. what are your views on this? is it as out of context as 9/11 tribute mashes?

how are you gonna show up in our inbox and say the words “titanic animash tributes” without submitting them


Sasha Tribute by me! :D