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"aw Puss"

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I drew this a while ago. This is the second Alice in Wonderland picture I have colored and uploaded to NEOGEO. I hope you enjoy it! The first one was called "aw sh*t", just in case anyone wanted to check it out.
Truly:
M.B. DeathInk

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Thats epic, I always love the slightly sinister but childishly friendly alice in wonderland mythos and you have captured it perfectly.

There's something odd about this piece. It's a great work of art, however there is something unusually attractive about it. I dunno, it just makes me wanna examine it over and over to find a deeper meaning. In short; good shit.

deathink responds:

...the ever existent presence of magic.

Woah, starts off seemingly innocent, then gets pret-ty scary.

Lovely use of colour on the last Cat's speech bubble, I feel it adds a certain mystical essence to his character... As if a giant talking cat isn't mystical enough HERP DERP.

deathink responds:

Thanks dude!
a quote from this scene-
"it had VERY long claws and a great many teeth, so Alice thought it ought to be treated with respect "

"and this time it vanished quite slowly, beginning with the end of the tail, and ending with the grin, which remained some time after the rest of it had gone."

intact I think I am going to add this to the author comments :D

Not only is your style extremely visually appealing, but your choice of colors is phenomenal.

Love it.

deathink responds:

Thank you very much!

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May 29, 2012
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