Posts tagged Oz
Posts tagged Oz
Did you think it really happened?
Is this the dirty work of Monsanto?
The Cowardly Lion and the dwarf Whutter Wee from “The Enchanted Tree of Oz,” drawn by Bill Eubank
I was inspired by today’s Namesake update, so here’s some stained glass windows that one might find in the Emerald City in Namesake. I’ve done a few fanarts of this comic, so you should know the deal by now, go to namesakecomic.com and read the thing.
Oh stained glass! One of my favorite mediums.
Queen Ann Soforth and Nero Zeero, from a story in the 1983 Oziana
King Sizzeroo of Umbrella Island, his daughter Gureeda, and his Watch Cat Pansy
Before them was a great stretch of country having a floor as smooth and shining and white as the bottom of a big platter. Scattered around were many houses made entirely of china and painted in the brightest colors. These houses were quite small, the biggest of them reaching only as high as Dorothy’s waist. There were also pretty little barns, with china fences around them; and many cows and sheep and horses and pigs and chickens, all made of china, were standing about in groups.
Chapter 20, on the way south. This one is a weird one; one of the little episodes that feels kind of out-of-place and begins and ends abruptly. Very fun intricate drawing that took forever!!
I’ve been posting Oz stuff on the Patreon a bit earlier than here, if you’re interested!
What was he thinking?
to accompany my Elphaba,
I drew a slightly more book-based version of the Wicked Witch of the West. Granted younger to match my Elphaba and a lot of liberties with clothes and color. A lot of it came from William Wallace Denslow’s original drawing.
This is a very cool book-based interpretation of the Wicked Witch of the West!
What troubles lie ahead for the classic Green Lantern, Hal Jordan?
Architecture of Oz, from Munchkin, Winkie, and Quadling Countries, and from the Emerald City. Tried to keep them all distinct and consistent, but kind of “matching.”
Also I started a Patreon earlier today, did you see?
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz illustrated by Scott McKowen