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Mixing Wonderland and reality together in a very unique 'what if...?' situation.

What if Wonderland had it's own money that's like ours? and what would it look like? Well here's my version on what the $100 bills would look like :D.

©(The Mad Hatter -Lewis Carroll/Disney)

©(picture made by-me)
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my entry for DA's 11th Birthday Skribble Contest and after i came up with the design i found out it was shark week bonus!
i had fun drawing this. he sooo happy

done in photoshop cs5
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:la: Crab snail! Onwaaaards!

So yeah, had to make something ridiculous! Have been doing too much "serious" paintings. And this contest just felt right to go nuts on :) So here's my crab snail, with his DA jester hat and wacom pen! He crawls around, leaving nothing but destruction and agony in his path!! :D


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Photoshop CS3
Wacom Intuos4
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My official entry for DA's 11th Birthday Scribble Contest. It's not just a Llama, it's a Super Party Llama! Cheers!
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Old Work (2005) : [link]
New Work (2012): [link]

Daniel Radcliffe as Harry Potter, specifically from a "...Chamber of Secrets" film poster.

The first image was more of a sketchy doodle I did during high school on graph paper when I was bored, the second was full fledged colored pencil portrait. I had completely forgotten about my old work until I saw the news about this challenge and it flashed back to me. I almost freaked out when I couldn't find it in my gallery but then I realized it was kept in scraps (for a good reason!) haha :D

Jenny-Jenkins.com
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Aren't they cute? They're the little mini pumkins that people usually use for decoration. Suprisingly difficult to carve. I think I did pretty well though. ;)
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Here is my fourth entry to the 2011 Epic Movie Poster Contest by Screeners. This poster is designed for the movie treatment, ”The Ringmaster” by Stewart Goldstein.

I had two VERY different views of how this movie would look. I could definitely see this as a very grungy, B-Horror type of movie. It would be very dark and serious and almost push the limits of what is appropriate. The second way that I saw this movie was as a horror comedy type movie. When I started making this poster, I really did not have an idea of how I wanted it to turn out between the two. When I finished, it did seem more along the horror-comedy style. The poster also seemed to read as a Tim Burton style as well. It seems a little off-the wall. I picture "The Ringmaster" as a cross between several of Burton's movies and other horror-comedies. There is definitely not A LOT to this poster, but I had fun making it. I may turn this into a series poster. I have an idea for a second, and I will try to get it finished, too! :thumbsup:

Credits

Circus background thanks to :iconwheeloffish:

Cracked ground thanks to :iconnight-fate-stock:

Old top hat thanks to the set by :iconazenor-stock:

Cracks and Holes Brushes thanks to :iconfalln-brushes:

Fire Brushes thanks to :iconluexo:

Sxc.hu Stock

Left Shadow Figure thanks to vagabond9

Right Shadow Figure Thanks to :iconelisafox:

Middle Shadow Figure thanks to pedroclark

End Credits

Thanks for all of the great stock photos.

I used the font from “Lemony Snicket’s A Series Of Unfortunate Events” for the tagline and the font from “The Nightmare Before Christmas” for the title.

Made entirely with Photoshop CS3.
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My perception towards natures strength
Hope you like it! :D
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Be careful at night on wooden bridge... Somewhere around creepin' wicked apple Jack - the serial killer!!!
At the photoshoot died lots of eggs - Have Bloody Halloween!!!
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To all the deviants out there... HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
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