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Long time the manxome foe he sought --
So rested he by the Tumtum tree,
And stood awhile in thought.

And, as in uffish thought he stood,
The Jabberwock, with eyes of flame,
Came whiffling through the tulgey wood,
And burbled as it came!


(Continues...)
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PAGE THREE!
Other pages:
page1 [link]
page2 [link]
page3

Class project (Comic Painting), to illustrate 4 comic pages of a poem or a song.

I chose the Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll
(from Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found
There, 1872)
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Tools: Mix-Media on illustration board, Copic, Acrylics, Pastel, Pentil Ink Pen, Tones, and Micron Pen.
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animeyumichan's avatar
I read this poem when I was in elementary..heh
nice poem

and nice artwork to match!!
Elzera's avatar
BEAUTIFUL PANEL :D
lady-lark's avatar
when i was reading the earlier pages,, i thought, wow! this couldn't get any cuter :) i was wrong. this series is amazing.
hokuto's avatar
OH NO THE JABBERWOCKY. ;o; He looks FREAKY... but still so cute!
kitsunedajfox's avatar
Goodness how I used to love that poem! I mean I still love it~~ in highschool our choir actually sung an arrangement of it. *squirms in delight at the thought* The backgrounds I must say are quite beautiful!!
masaothedog's avatar
Hooray, glad to see more! It's so cool to see a comic in this medium. It seems like so much time went into it.

The corgi spots it^^.
MiNTYFrESH-13's avatar
Nice... I'll have to check these out later. Lovely watercolor.
SheCow's avatar
Thanks ^^
I'm glad that it looks like water color XD I used Acrylic paint... just really water-downed :blowkiss:
MiNTYFrESH-13's avatar
Yeah, I do that too...

As long as it looks that way, right? :)
SheCow's avatar
YUP YUP XD and it's awesome:heart:
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