Monday, March 01, 2010

Alice in Wonderland

The fact that Tim Burton's upcoming Alice in Wonderland movie has created a lot of Alice hype of late has only served to stir up my lifelong love of Lewis Carroll's characters. So I thought it was time I gave them the Studio Bueno treatment.

Given the many interpretations of the characters over the years, especially the original illustrations by Tenniel and Holiday, and Disney's very Tenniel-and-Holiday-inspired designs, it was quite daunting to try to put an original spin on the characters.

Also, I added fake aging. For no reason whatsoever. Enjoy!

-Andrew



4 comments:

watch alice in wonderland movie said...

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Chris_Garrison said...

Hey, cool new bg and header!

I used your Neil Gaiman story in a Salty 'Ham Jam post.

In the Alice piece, your tree roots have knees! I know what you mean, though.

Word verification: billa

Andrew said...

Thanks for the comments, all!

Chris: If a tree is going to have knees, where else would it be but in Wonderland?!

And thanks for pimpin' the Neil Gaiman post!

Goobeetsablog said...

Great.
I wish I had seen this version on-screen instead of Burtons
Narniesc Version. I love the skinny
rabbit character in the orange suit