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3.06 / 5.00

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Dec 18, 2009 | 12:00 PM EST
Category
Illustration
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500 x 750 px
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43.8 kb
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alice
wonderland
8-bit
madhatter

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Author Comments

Hey!

haven't posted in a while, haven't really felt like drawing, also Christmas and video games have kind of gotten in the way...

anyways, i realize mixing styles together is kinda dangerous, but this was just how i felt like doing it.

i have a drawing of the queen of hearts ready to render, so more alice in wonderland to come...

note for newgrounds: since i have reached the maximum for how many pieces i can submit, i will no longer contribute my work. if people want to see more of my work then please visit my deviant at http://b0xman.deviantart.
com

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Spunky6666Spunky6666

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Interesting....

I like the style you used here, the cartoon guy mixwd with the pixels is cool. That said, I feel like the pixel part could be cleaned up. This means fixing some of the grass blades, (a few of them don't look right) evening out the second tree from the left (it's too crooked) and fixing the lettering (it looks a little sloppy). Other than that, the picture looks good. The Mad Hatter is cool and the little bunny on his shoulder is pretty cute.


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pvt-blasto responds:

thank you! a valuable comment indeed, i may explain 1 thing though, the text is supposed to feel like its inter changing from caps to non-caps. this is how i drew it in my original sketch, and i agree it did not turn out quite right...

i will definitely have another go at this piece, i wasnt in the right frame of mind when i was drawing it...

thanks!