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Probably one of my tamest pieces yet. It's Alice in Wonderland meets The Wizard of Oz... steam punk style!

EDIT - Thank you all for your kind words and positive feedback! Having this front-paged was a pleasant surprise to me!


epic, and quite peacefull.
i love the artwork,a nd the cuteness of the little girl alice, as well as the sheer awesomeness of th epic, steampunk robot, MAD-H@TT3R-3000.
great work on this, and on the designs of the rbot, but also in the background and the forest enviroment as well.
the forest, trees, flowers, and the robot, have very much detail on them, as well as everythign else.
i like the teddy that you added in the picture, great detail.

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On to the part where the little girl yammers on about rainbows and butterflies, all while the Wizard sips the steam off of the cup and enters battle mode to protect the scene from an onslaught of card soldiers...

Exquisite piece through and through. I love the storybook elements you thrown in while simultaneously managing the essence of steam punk. I like how you made the genre your own by throwing in the magic-blue energy.

This is a prime example of how crossing genres and stories can and should be done in art. Favorited.

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Ravicious responds:

Thank you for the well-written, constructive feedback and your thoughts on this piece! These kind responses have really exceeded my expectations! Thank you!

truly a top-class robot!

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I've just discovered your work and I must say you have quite a knack for drawing mechs and robots, this would have to be my favorite though, the only reason this isn't front page is the lack of tits, which is sad...

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4.71 / 5.00

Mar 21, 2013
6:35 PM EDT
File Info
2048 x 1476 px
1.5 MB

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