I think Ib does cry for Garry. Since she's young, she doesn't know the term 'dead' but she knows that Garry isn't alive, I think. You know how parents often tell their kids that when their pet is dead, the parents say they're sleeping... but the child gets the idea anyway? I think that's why when Ib examines Garry again, she merely says he's sleeping. At least that's what I think.
, if you want to know how to give Ib a younger look, you should have shorten her arms and legs. The head is in a good proportion, but the rest could have been shorter. I just found out, don't make her back so visible, it influence the size too.
Even though I don't think she understood that Garry was dead, since if you examine it all it says is that "Garry is sleeping" but I think she understood that Garry was never going to wake up, or at least be able to come out of the painting. I always imagined her crying during the "fight" with Mary or even crying while trying to leave in the endings where Garry is dead.
Anyways really cute picture. Cry looks just as angry as I remember him sounding like when playing. Poor Ib looks so sad but so cute.
Gosh, I remember that part .w. poor Cry, recieving this ending and ending up in total rage... T-T
You know, like a little girl Ib was, I don't think she actually realized that Garry was... dead. If I remember correctly, then if you examine him, it just says something about him being fainted. That makes it even sadder though...