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Author Comments

Hello NEWGROUNDS,

Party foul!!!
I can't decide what I love more "Alice" or "the Wonderland". Anyway, I really enjoyed coloring this (didn't I?).
Don't ask me I can't remember. If anyone finds out please let me know :P

Adeptly;
M.B. DeathInk

Reviews


cool needs something funnier than squirting milk out of your nose laughing


deathink responds:

Squirting milk out your butt?


Your drawing does capture this scene of the book very well in my opinion. I really love your use of colour and the art style. Your art style seems a bit unlike your other artwork by the way. Did you alter your style a bit or is this really your natural drawing style? What it sort of reminds me of is TV series like Rugrats, which could be intentional.

Anyway, what I really like is the pictures on the wall describing certain other scenes of the book. I also like the little effects of the reflections on the floor, the smoke and the light coming into the room. I can imagine it's difficult to get such things right.

Overall 5 out of 5. Very nice work here. Keep it up.

~Auz



I love the style and the color scheme!! :D



Caught the felling of that section Perfectly. I've just started to read the original "Alice's Adventure in Wonderland," and just got past that section before she grows. Your color is perfect, and the mood is set in just the way Mr. Carroll described so vividly. Bravo.



Nice !

The color's are just perfect !!! :)


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deathink
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Feb 3, 2012 | 10:24 PM EST
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1000 x 1462 px
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