This so so so touching, I've never seen something like this.
The author is simply incredible. You make Tintin so real, I thought it was a colsplay, and THAT's amazing.
Plus, I love the grass, especially the rose that Tintin is holding. The author has really captured the best moment of the emotion for make me cry. On top of that, I must say that I felt in love with the Tintin's emotion, I thought I can hear the cries. Tha's really a good job.
Going back to Tintin, he looks so young here, but at the same time, he looks ... reserved? Which suits his character, of course. In some sense, it's like the background is reflecting him, rather then he's openly showing emotion.
It's absolutely perfect, really and truly.
That's not allowed.
You're not supposed to do that-
It is wonderfull and a bit sad .