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Dorothy

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A commission for someone's graphic novel. Meet Dorothy.

The legs could use more work

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How did the witch die again?

This is awesome idea. Now that the Alice is Dead game is done, Maybe this Idea should be a project. OFF TO KILL OZ.

whoa dorothy!

damn what was dorothy into? whew. a little frightening. i think the only thing that needed work is her shoes. no offense meant

Awesome.

I love the concept. I also agree with Picopi, a series of gore drawings based of the Oz characters would be really cool.

It does look like Dorothy. Very good job.

It's not Alice, but you should do an Alice thing...That would be a dream come true...Also, maybe you should draw the other characters in the Wizard Of Oz in this bloody, yet unique format...

An interesting twist indeed.

Your right the leg could use work but overall it is good, I would date her cause she is so cuuuute in a psychopatic way(Ignore me I am an insane person myself)anyways I really love what you have done with her face, todo we are not in the wizard of oz anymore XD.

emiliapaw5 responds:

Thanks, your comment made me giggle :P and I'm glad someone got it right-wizard of Oz, not Alice in wonderland, thanks again :)

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emiliapaw5
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Nov 10, 2010
2:53 AM EST
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