Monday, November 05, 2007

I remember watching "Alice in Wonderland" when I was 6. All I remember was that it was mostly about anthropomorphic characters acting weird and there was no plot. I also felt betrayed when the movie ended with her waking up. That's cheating!

In high school I read the book. After the baby Alice is tending morphs into a pig, I realized that this story was a waste of my time. Here's an attempt to turn the story into something that overflows with flowers and love and cuteness and fluffy bunnies. Aaaawwww....





8 comments:

Adrian Ropp said...

You've traded nonsense storytelling for animal cruelty. Do you know what happens when you give a bunny tea? It's not pretty, unlike this picture, which is pretty. Nice entry!

ailene said...

I love her big poofy dress!!! Very pretty! :)

Ken Chandler said...

I still say it's a classic story. Sorry "Alice" isn't a hit for you Heather. It's whimsy and goofyness is what sells it for me. Otherwise it'd be a chick-book, and you know how that goes over with us boys. ICK!

Your illustration is beautiful. Though how she doesn't 'float off' is a mystery to me. Great stuff!

S.T. Lewis said...

Way to be the only one who got this one done in the first week. This is great, Heather... it's insanely cute. Very cool.

GhettoFab said...

a fantastic post heather!

B Beach said...

I am definitely a jerk, I agree with you there. And yes, I AM very difficult to be married to. And although I don't share your opinion of this movie. I do love your artwork. Very wonderful rendition. Nice work as always.

Hawk said...

Heather, without zooming in that actually kind of looks like YOU in the poofy dress.

Plus, the colors are very nice. Well done!

msbaboon said...

I really like your Alice design. I love the poofy dress! I guess it's a girl thing! Nice work!