Runner up this week is Angelos Stefanopoulos
There is a lot to look at here, but it is a beautifully crafted piece.
And the win goes to...
Honey Hovercraft. Got to admit that this piece had to grow on me. I am not sure if she is a rabbit or a lamb (the hooves suggest a lamb) but one thing is for sure, this was the character I could not wait to put my stamp on.
Your prize will be posted to the blog later this week.
Thanks to all who entered.
Thanks Djuby and Maurício. I went back and forth between white-dress-red-hearts (as Glinda is drawn by Denslow in the original illustrations) or this look, but I do think I preferred this one.
Interestingly (to a linguist like me) she has those hooves, ears, and nose to look like a deer, because I was originally thinking she would be a faun, as in Pan’s Labyrinth, one of the inspirations for this contest. Then I checked the etymology, and “fawn” (a baby deer) and “faun” (a satyr-like mythical creature) are actually totally etymologically distinct! (Not to mention that a faun has goat features, not deer ones.) A happy accident!
Can anyöne tell me if there is a coat/dress back lurking somewhere in HM3? I really feel like there used to be one, but I’ven’t found it. On Glinda and on my Scarecrow, I used a cape masked down to just one section, but I feel like it must be around somewhere…