Sunday, July 4, 2010

Curiouser and curiouser.....

"But I don't want to go among mad people," said Alice.

"You can't help that." said the Cat. "We're all mad here...."


"Whooo are youuuu.....?" asked Absolem. "Not hardly Alice......"



"It's absolutely Alice!" cried the Hatter.

"Lost my "muchness," have I?" said Alice. "How's this for muchness!" ..... as she raised raised the Vorpal Sword and slew the Jabberwocky!


The Oraculum......the calendar of all the days in Underland...







...Fairfarren.....

14 comments:

The Old Maid said...

Gosh! It's so cool! I love the photos and all the minies! Great great work!!!:)

Merry Jingle said...

So, so, so WONDERFUL! I love it :)

Carolyn said...

This is amazing....and I love the "story" too.

Michelle's Mad World said...

Oooh this IS marvellous Susan!! I love it! I love the mossy steps up to the door and Jayne's wonderful Floozies setting the delightful scene...I love the little blue butterfly! The tea party is fab!!!!

What a lovely scene! :o)))))

Michelle xxx

Tabitha Corsica said...

Yep...those are the one's I showed awhile back that I got from Jayne! I hope she likes where they are....they seem happy there.

Tallulah Belle said...

Well well well....we reach the fun bit :-)

I was so looking forward to this.

And my floozies.....yes I do like where they are. It really makes me smile when people recognize my ideas and work.

Frida and Rhiannon look perfectly at home right there. You made the right choice with the leaves...the teller ones really set it off.

I am beaming like the Cheshire cat :-)

I certainly wouldn't attempt to get past Frida lol.

As for the rest...I LOVE the overgrown mossy steps...excellent touch.

And the butterfly is great.

I love how the hatter has his own personal table at the end.

And the main chair...wow...it looks even better in place.

I love how you've aged all the other chairs too...esp the blue one.

And a rug on the grass....that is a wonderful whimsical touch.

I just love it all. Front to back it is one of the best scenes I've ever seen....well done xxx

Be careful with those floozies now....the first born are always the meanest...ones that don't come from the kingdom of Tallulah Belle just can't cut it ;-)

Whittaker's Miniatures said...

I agree with Jayne it really is one of the very best scenes ive ever seen Susan I adore it all! As you know Im doing my own Hatter room and tea party but thats whats so fun , to see all the differences in peoples ideas and takes on a setting. But I wont be as quick as youve been and I only hope I can be half as creative! And a purple and orange floozy, oh wow! I adore Rhiannon, especially having a step daughter with the name lol! Its all too incredible for words!! You should be so proud of all your hard work , where is it to be kept? Love Kate xx

Fiver said...

I recognized Tallulah Belle's flowers immediately! Susan, this really is just amazing. The pictures are beautiful, I could look at your scenes for hours. What a terrific job you've done.

julie campbell said...

So much to see,so many perfectly wonderful details ! I love that the hatter has his own table, I love Jaynes floozies ! I love the tiny cakes and well I could go on and on....but I wont LOL
It really is all simply perfect, a beautiful scene Susan,
julie xxx

Ascension said...

Es una escena verdaderamente maravillosa!!!
Hay que ver las fotos varias veces para disfrutar de todos los bellos detalles.
Podria ser una escena de pelicula, te ha quedado francamente genial!!!
besitos ascension

Dark Squirrel Victoria said...

Your Hatter's chair is perfect in the scene. Tea Party is my favorite.

nikkinikkinikki72 said...

Absolutely wonderful Susan and sorry i have not got here sooner. Been a bit under the weather!
Ive never read Alice nor seen the film but have looked at pictures from the movies, and love your interpretation. It looks so magical and the chair sets it of to perfection.
Yummy food, wish i was at that table with those lovely cakes!

Nikki xxx

Mels Miniatures said...

I just LOOOVE your Alice in Wonderland scene! And the talking flowers are fabulous! May I ask where you got them? Did you make them yourself?

Tabitha Corsica said...

Mel....the flowers with faces are Floozies by the remarkably talented Tallulah Belle. If you click on her name in the above comments, you can go to her blog and see much more of her work.

I'm sorry. I meant to make a post mentioning all the atists I used in the piece. I must do that.